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Volume 52, Issue 4 July 2020
This issue of Antipode is published amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic which continues to have a global reach and impact. The uneven geographies and consequences of the pandemic, particularly the...
Volume 52, Issue 3 May 2020
This issue went to print as COVID-19 and its consequences began to grip the world (see Antipode’s statement on the pandemic’s impacts on editorial practices here). Although written before the...
Volume 52, Issue 2 March 2020
Conjunctural Antipodes Conscious of Antipode’s rich engagement with conjunctural analysis, our editorial statement in the previous issue outlined a vision of the journal’s role in relation to...
Volume 52, Issue 1 January 2020
The first issue of Antipode’s 52nd volume opens with an Editorial, which lays out how we as Editors see our work with Antipode -- as stewards of a “living archive” of radical geography -- and...
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Call for Interventions – “Conjunctural Insurrections”
23rd June 2020
Photo: Activist group Black Love Resists in the Rust (@BLRRBuffalo) lead protest outside the notorious Erie County Holding Center, 6 June 2020, Buffalo, NY At this conjuncture Antipode...
Symposium – “The Political Forest in the Era of Green Neoliberalism”
11th June 2020
Jennifer A. Devine (Texas State University; email@example.com) and Jenny A. Baca (Environmental Incentives; firstname.lastname@example.org) Forthcoming in Antipode 52(4) this July, and available...
Abolish the Police: Antipode stands in solidarity with US protesters against police brutality and racial injustice
8th June 2020
On the morning of May 26th, people in the US and beyond woke up to the horrifying images of George Floyd’s brutal neck-crushing by a Minneapolis police officer. Although the method of his murder...
The Antipode Film Project
1st June 2020
The Antipode Lecture Series has been put on hold for 2020, though we’re planning to return to the American Association of Geographers and Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British...
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AAG – The Seventh Wonder of the Zad by Kristin Ross (New York University, USA) – video available here and below; virtual journal issue available here RGS-IBG – “Blind Pessimism and Worldly...
RGS-IBG - Trauma Geographies: Broken Bodies and Lethal Landscapes by Derek Gregory (University of British Columbia, Canada) - video available here and below; virtual journal issue available...
RGS-IBG - Retelling Stories, Disrupting “the Social”, Relearning the World by Richa Nagar (University of Minnesota, USA / Rhodes University, South Africa) - video available here and below;...
RGS-IBG - Provisioning the Provisional: Ensemble Work in Yangon by AbdouMaliq Simone (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany) - video available here and...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Bingo Cards for Racist Bullsh*t in Academia and STEM: A Reflection on Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism”
10th July 2020
In light of ongoing racist incidences and protests in the USA and elsewhere, there have been growing resistance movements and conversations of systemic and structural racism in society. In...
Conjunctural Insurrections – “Aboriginal and Black Lives Matter”
10th July 2020
This edited audio piece is from the Sydney, Australia Aboriginal and Black Lives Matter protest. I recorded and edited this short clip as a scholar/activist radio maker, and in solidarity with the...
Conjunctural Insurrections – “Homeplace: A Site of Resistance, Revisited”
10th July 2020
Being home feels a little like stolen pleasure and liberation, like a reclamation of Black woman time. Notwithstanding the anxious hellos and begrudging hand waving of my white neighbors who are...
Intervention – “Social Justice Where Transitional Justice Failed: Universal Basic Income in South Africa and Spatial Considerations of Service Delivery”
2nd July 2020
Susan Forde (University of York; @Susan4025) Spatial Inequality A- we are very much entrenched by the legacy of apartheid.B- In terms of where we stay, where we are allowed to stay,...
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Video abstract – “Beyond Jobs vs Environment: On the Potential of Universal Basic Income to Reconfigure Environmental Politics”
30th June 2020
So much of the old, we hope, is dying in our times, and the new yet to be born is being fought for fiercely. Published earlier this year in Volume 52, Issue 2, Mary Lawhon and Tyler McCreary’s...
Video abstract – “Neoliberalising Education: New Geographies of Private Tuition, Class Privilege, and Minority Ethnic Advancement”
27th November 2019
Geographic research on neoliberalism has explored the restructuring of educational landscapes wrought through marketisation of preschool, school and higher‐education provision and considered the...
Video abstract – “Smuggling, Trafficking, and Extortion: New Conceptual and Policy Challenges on the Libyan Route to Europe”
5th November 2019
Forthcoming in Antipode 52(1) in January 2020 – and available online now – Katie Kuschminder and Anna Triandafyllidou’s open access paper, “Smuggling, Trafficking, and Extortion: New...
Video abstract – Amy Ritterbusch’s “Empathy at Knifepoint: The Dangers of Research and Lite Pedagogies for Social Justice Movements”
14th October 2019
Writing from a space of exhaustion and heartbreak, I reflect on the possibilities and shortcomings of my PAR praxis, both in the classroom and in the streets. I dwell in the complexity of the...
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A Planet to Win: Why We Need a Green New Deal
10th July 2020
Mary Lawhon and Maya Henderson (University of Oklahoma) on Kate Aronoff, Alyssa Battistoni, Daniel Aldana Cohen and Thea Riofrancos’ A Planet to Win: Why We Need a Green New Deal
Degrowth in Movement(s): Exploring Pathways for Transformation
25th June 2020
Brototi Roy (Autonomous University of Barcelona) on Corinna Burkhart, Matthias Schmelzer and Nina Treu’s Degrowth in Movement(s): Exploring Pathways for Transformation
Carbon Markets in a Climate-Changing Capitalism
24th June 2020
Marco Boffo (Independent researcher) on Gareth Bryant’s Carbon Markets in a Climate-Changing Capitalism
Death of an Industry / The Sweatshop Regime
24th April 2020
Kanchana N. Ruwanpura (University of Edinburgh) on Mallika Shakya’s Death of an Industry: The Cultural Politics of Garment Manufacturing During the Maoist Revolution in Nepal and Alessandra...
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Spatial Histories of Radical Geography: North America and Beyond
Edited by Trevor Barnes and Eric Sheppard (2019)
Keywords in Radical Geography: Antipode at 50
edited by the Antipode Editorial Collective (2019)
Frontier Assemblages: The Emergent Politics of Resource Frontiers in Asia
by Jason Cons and Michael Eilenberg (2019)
The Metacolonial State: Pakistan, Critical Ontology, and the Biopolitical Horizons of Political Islam
by Najeeb Jan (2019)
Latest interviewsView All
The Biopolitics of Immunity in Times of COVID-19: An Interview with Roberto Esposito
16th June 2020
The Italian philosopher Roberto Esposito is the author of various influential books, including the trilogy Communitas: The Origin and Destiny of Community (translated by Timothy Campbell and...
International Women’s Day 2020 – meet the author of one of Antipode’s top cited articles, Ashanté M. Reese
4th March 2020
Among Antipode’s top cited articles in 2019 is Ashanté M. Reese’s “We will not perish; we’re going to keep flourishing”: Race, Food Access, and Geographies of Self‐Reliance. Using a...
A Commons-Based Peer To Peer Path to Post-Capitalism: An Interview with Michel Bauwens
19th February 2020
Forthcoming in Antipode 52(3) this May, and available online now, “The Social Life of Robots: The Politics of Algorithms, Governance, and Sovereignty” is a collection of four essays brought...
Unlocking Sustainable Cities: A Manifesto for Real Change
7th January 2019
Here we catch up Paul Chatterton and speak with him about his new book, Unlocking Sustainable Cities: A Manifesto for Real Change. As well as an ex-editor of Antipode and is one of the co-founders...