Agricultural History journal has grown in historiographic and interdisciplinary content
Kennesaw, GA. (Oct 29, 2018) — Agricultural History is an academic journal currently housed within the KSU Department of History and Philosophy. The journal presents research about agriculture in all places and eras, with emphasis upon the environment, commodities, science, technology, and multidisciplinary approaches to history. Dr. Albert Way, editor, describes the journal as being "informed by contemporary issues" including agricultural production and consumption, the rural world, ecological problems, and the impact of global market economics upon local communities. Since arriving at KSU, Agricultural History has grown in historiographic and interdisciplinary content. The newest issue (Volume 92, No. 4) begins a cycle of retrospectives and thought pieces. For more information please visit the Agricultural History Society's website.