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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...
Volume 51, Issue 5 November 2019
Volume 51, Issue 4 September 2019
Volume 51, Issue 3 June 2019
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Re-Politicizing Poverty: Relational Re-conceptualizations of Impoverishment
11th February 2020
The latest issue of Antipode – volume 52, number 2 – is hot off the press. It opens with five essays brought together by three University of Washington geographers, Austin Crane, Sarah Elwood...
Teaching Critical and Radical Geographies: A Pioneering Master’s Programme
6th February 2020
Federico Ferretti, Kath Browne and Julien Mercille (School of Geography, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland) Critical and radical geographies are well established fields in the...
Call for applications – the 2020 Institute for the Geographies of Justice – deadline January 10th
9th December 2019
Antipode’s 8th Institute for the Geographies of Justice (IGJ):“Housing Justice in Unequal Cities”Barcelona, SpainJune 15th-19th 2020 In partnership with the Housing Justice in Unequal...
Call for applications – Antipode Foundation Awards, 2020
29th October 2019
As many will know, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography is owned by the Antipode Foundation, a charity registered in the UK. The Foundation grants an exclusive right to publish the journal to...
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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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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...
A War With No Measure: The Indian State Against Its People
Swati Birla (Department of Sociology, University of Massachusetts Amherst; firstname.lastname@example.org), Ragini Jha (Department of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst) and Rashmi Kumari (Department of Childhood Studies, Rutgers University)
History has once again failed the people in India. The loss of a birth certificate in floods, a spelling error in the name recorded on the voter’s list — some quirk of fate resulting in a lack...
The Campus as Battleground: Placing the University Within the Hong Kong Protests
Mia M. Bennett (University of Hong Kong), Lachlan B. Barber (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Benjamin L. Iaquinto (University of Hong Kong)
We don’t need no educationWe don’t need no thought controlNo dark sarcasm in the classroomTeachers leave them kids aloneHey, teachers, leave them kids aloneAll in all it’s just another brick...
Intervention – “Is Legal Technology a New ‘Moment’ in the Law and Development Trajectory?”
Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, University of Oslo
Introduction This intervention addresses an emergent field of inquiry for critical geography, namely the transnational dissemination of legal technology for rule of law purposes. Whereas critical...
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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...
Video abstract – Federico Ferretti talks about “Between Radical Geography and Humanism: Anne Buttimer and the International Dialogue Project”
6th June 2019
Forthcoming in Antipode 51(4) this September, and available online now, Federico Ferretti’s latest paper, “Between Radical Geography and Humanism: Anne Buttimer and the International Dialogue...
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The Birth of Energy: Fossil Fuels, Thermodynamics, and the Politics of Work
12th February 2020
James Palmer (University of Bristol) on Cara New Daggett’s The Birth of Energy: Fossil Fuels, Thermodynamics, and the Politics of Work
Circulation and Urbanization
31st January 2020
William Conroy (Harvard Graduate School of Design) on Ross Adams’ Circulation and Urbanization
A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things: A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, and the Future of the Planet
27th January 2020
Matthew Huber (Syracuse University) on Raj Patel and Jason Moore’s A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things: A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, and the Future of the Planet
Politics and the Anthropocene
21st January 2020
António Ferraz de Oliveira (University of Cambridge) on Duncan Kelly’s Politics and the Anthropocene
Latest antipode book seriesView All
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)
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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...
“Much More Than You Think: The Spatialities of Italian Autonomy” – Interview with Neil Gray, author of “Beyond the Right to the City: Territorial Autogestion and the Take over the City Movement in 1970s Italy”
27th July 2018
Neil Gray and Hamish Kallin, June 2018 Hamish Kallin: What first got you interested in Italian autonomism? Neil Gray: My personal biography is perhaps not of much interest, but reflecting on this...
Author interview – Patrick Bresnihan and Michael Byrne talk about 'Escape into the City: Everyday Practices of Commoning and the Production of Urban Space in Dublin'
21st July 2014
Published online earlier this month, Patrick Bresnihan and Michael Byrne's 'Escape into the City: Everyday Practices of Commoning and the Production of Urban Space in Dublin' (which will be in print...
Author interview – Fiona Mackenzie talks about 'Places of Possibility: Property, Nature and Community Land Ownership'
29th August 2013
A. Fiona D. Mackenzie's Places of Possibility: Property, Nature and Community Land Ownership was published last December in the Antipode Book Series. Here we catch up with Fiona and discuss the book...