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Mundo Agrario (Agrarian World) is an online journal that publishes different contributions about the historical, social, economic, political and cultural aspects of rural issues concerning Argentina and Latin America. It is published by the Center of Argentine and American History, part of the Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Education Sciences (FaHCE) in the National University of La Plata (UNLP), Argentina in collaboration with the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research.

This journal contains agricultural studies from the perspective of sociology, anthropology, geography and those related subjects that enrich them. The topics address mainly Argentine and Latin American issues, but also include themes from other geographies to promote comparative perspectives on agrarian history.

Mundo Agrario includes original and unpublished articles, communications, book reviews and a section designed to discuss a specific topic. It publishes contributions in Spanish, Portuguese, English and French. The submitted articles are subject to a double blind referring process, conducted by two evaluators: one internal and one external. Its Committee is composed of researchers and academics from Latin American and European universities.

The FaHCE was formally established in 1920. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions in Argentina. It is recognized mainly for the development and support for scholars, researchers and intellectuals who have excelled at national and international levels. Results of the different lines of research are made available to the public through workshops, seminars and conferences carried out by the faculty’s Secretariat of Research. FaHCE also offers exchange programs working together with other national and international academic institutions with which it has cooperation agreements.

Since its foundation in 1905, the UNLP has been at the forefront of research and scientific, cultural and artistic developments. It is one of the largest and most renowned universities in Argentina, hosting 100,000 students and 10,900 teachers in 17 faculties. UNLP integrates 141 research and development centers where 3,500 researchers work on their projects. It also has a Museum of natural sciences and a network of 12 thematic museums, an astronomical observatory, a public library and a network of 21 libraries.

Mundo Agrario has published biannually in June and December since 2000. All its articles are available in full text in LatAm-Studies.

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