Commodity Frontiers aims to provide robust and freely accessible
content on the past, present, and future of commodity frontiers, from diverse perspectives and positionalities. We strive for “real-time” reports and reflections on contemporary issues and events, as well as contributions that link the past and present of capitalism and the countryside, providing longer historical viewpoints on problems that are often assumed to be modern.
Contributions in this issue take up the commodity frontier lens in various ways. [read on...]