Scientific Network Journal "Agrarian History" publishes scientific articles in which the historical patterns of development and functioning of the natural environment and human life in it are considered. Particular attention is paid to the prospects for the development of agriculture both in Russia and in various regions of the world. The agrarian development of Russia was very different from the development of agriculture in Western Europe. The evolution of the Russian countryside was perhaps the most striking example of the role that agriculture plays in countries that have embarked on the path of innovative development.
The journal "Agrarian History" is published with the support of the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization "Scientific-Historical Center "World History".
The Autonomous Non-Profit Organization "Scientific-Historical Center "World History" was founded in February 2021 and sets itself the following tasks:
1. Publishing and distribution of textual scientific and historical materials. Priority is given to the organization of conferences, scientific and practical seminars in the field of history.
2. Implementation of editorial and publishing activities, preparation for publication and publication of educational materials in the field of history.
3. Cooperation with scientific and educational institutions of federal and regional executive bodies, federal and regional executive bodies of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, local government bodies and other institutions and organizations.
4. Carrying out research activities, including the study of market conditions and public opinion.
5. Publication of scientific and historical materials on a contractual basis for citizens and legal entities. An additional type of activity of the organization is the provision of services for: - implementation of training within the framework of the statutory goals of the Organization for vocational training programs, additional educational programs.
The journal prefers articles on the relationship between agricultural and livestock labor. The domestication of animals, in particular bulls, horses, elephants, and their use as a draft force for cultivating the land led to an increase in soil fertility. The editors will be grateful to the authors of the articles reflecting the historical prerequisites for the emergence of new species of plants and animals, since over the millennia of stay and work in agricultural labor in humans, animals have undergone very profound changes both in appearance and in the level of productivity.
The journal welcomes articles related to the historical development of land use and cadastre, the peculiarities of urban planning activities using cadastral information, in particular, the cadastral valuation of land plots and capital construction objects, the peculiarities of land use and development of territories based on urban planning zoning maps.
The journal also welcomes articles related to the consequences of soil pollution and measures for their reclamation. An important aspect of the editorial policy of the journal is the publication of articles on the discovery of new sources of drinking water.
Thus, among the research priorities of the editors of the journal are the theoretical and methodological aspects of agrarian development, as well as the totality of social, economic, natural, demographic, sociocultural and socio-political processes that determine the trends in the historical development of individual regions and countries.
The Journal is registered in the National Center of ISSN of the Russian Federation, it is assigned the International Standard Number of Electronic Network Edition, № 2713-2447 from 19 August 2020. Certificate of Registration e-ISSN 2713-2447
Since March 15, 2021, the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization "Scientific-Historical Center "World History" has become a part of the registration agency CrossRef (USA). All journal publications are assigned a DOI code.
The journal is included in the Scientific Electronic Library eLIBRARY.RU
The journal is indexed in AGRIS. AGRIS is a bibliographic database that directly links users to a vast collection of research and global technical information on agriculture from 148 countries.
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The journal is included in the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). The ICMJE Guidelines are a set of guidelines prepared by the International Committee of Journal Editors for the standardization of ethics, preparation and formatting of articles. As of January 9, 2020, 5570 journals worldwide are following ICMJE guidelines.
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The journal is included in international citation database Google Scholar
In journal articles are published in the following scientific specialties in the field of agricultural history:
05.20.01 – Technologies and means of agricultural mechanization.
06.01.01 – General agriculture and crop production.
06.01.02 – Land reclamation and protection.
06.01.07 – Plant protection.
06.03.03 – Agroforestry and protective afforestation and settlement gardening, forest fires and struggle with them.
25.00.26 – Land management, cadastre and land monitoring.
Journal is published four times a year:
№ 1 - January, February, March,
№ 2 - April, May, June,
№ 3 - July, August, September,
№ 4 - October, November, December.
The Journal Adheres to the Open Access Policy:
1. Open Access publishing proposes a relatively new model for scholarly journal publishing that provides immediate, worldwide, barrier-free access to the full-text of all published articles. Open access allows all interested readers to view, download, print, and redistribute any article without a subscription, enabling far greater distribution of an author's work than the traditional subscription-based publishing model. Many authors in a variety of fields have begun to realize the benefits that open access publishing can provide in terms of increasing the impact of their work.
2. The main motivation for most authors to publish in an open access journal is increased visibility and ultimately a citation advantage. Research citations of articles in a hybrid open access journal has shown that open access articles are cited more frequently or earlier than non-Open Access articles.
3. In an open access model, the publication costs of an article are paid from an author's research budget, or by their supporting institution, in the form of Article Processing Charges. These Article Processing Charges replace subscription charges and allow publishers to make the full-text of every published article freely available to all interested readers. Open Access brings increased visibility to institutions that fund and supervise research.
4. Universities, institutes, foundations, national funds for scientific research and government agencies all benefit from the increased visibility and higher citation rates of funded projects. Moreover, nrestricted use of and immediate access to free research literature provides a great resource for teaching, conference presentations and lectures, and thus both teaching staff and students benefit highly from it.
Journal is registered on the international domain com.