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Impact Factor 1.54 (CiteFactor)

Margens is a semiannual scientific journal with free and free access, aimed at promoting the debate, the construction of knowledge, and the dissemination of academic production related to the themes and problems of the micro-region of the Lower Tocantins, the Amazon, and Brazil, in the many fields of Human Sciences.

Margens also intends to be a territory open to reflection, seeking the interconnection of researchers working in Brazil and abroad, overcoming borders that hinder the dialogue and the exchange of investigative experiences. Although the process of growth and consolidation of academic production in the region of Baixo Tocantins and in the Amazon is just beginning, the number of research groups and research in development grows, which expresses the production of an academic and socio-cultural identity for the Campus a University.

In order to consolidate the production of knowledge as a response to the problems of the environment, academic exchange with other research and teaching institutions has an effect on the rich exchange of experiences that qualify the magazine. Finally, Margens is an effort to encourage the production and dissemination of knowledge produced at the Campus of Baixo Tocantins, with the purpose of consolidating research as one of the privileged instances of the academy and as a social commitment to improving the quality of life of the Amazonian populations. The magazine publishes articles, reviews, interviews, and Scientific Initiation works that result from studies and research.


Dossier: The paradoxes and challenges of anthropogenic climate change

In this dossier, we have compiled articles that analyze, question the hegemony of the dominant climate discourse, the political responses to climate change and/or those susceptible to these challenges. 

Organized by

Ernst Halbmayer (University of Marburg, Germany)

Michaela Meurer (Universidad de Marburg, Alemania)

Noemí Chacón (Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas, Venezuela)

Eliana Teles (UFPA, Brazil)

Posted: 2024-02-06

Dossier: "Stolen democracies: reflections on the struggles against dictatorships and resistance in Latin America"

Augusto Sarmento-Pantoja (UFPA – Brasil)

Gonzalo Quijada (UAI – Chile)

Rúben Chababo (UNR – Argentina)

Posted: 2024-02-06

Margins already have Impact Factor!

CiteFactor has just released the Impact Factor (IF) of Margens: Revista Interdisciplinar:

Posted: 2021-07-28

Margins is in Scopus!

Margens: Interdisciplinary Journal  is, from July 2021, on Scopus.  We received the news of the insertion of our magazine with great enthusiasm.
Posted: 2021-06-08

Periods for Receiving Texts

Margins: Revista Interdisciplinar receives texts for the Thematic Dossier, Article, Scientific Initiation, Interview, and Review sessions following the following deadlines:
Posted: 2021-04-15

Vol 17, No 29 (2023): Continuous Flow Articles

Margens, V. 17, N. 29, Aug-Dec/2023

Continuous Flow Articles

Continuous Flow Article Editor

Augusto Sarmento-Pantoja (UFPA)

Eliana Teles (UFPA)