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Volume 53, Issue 4 July 2021
This issue of Antipode coincides with the first anniversary of the racist murder of George Floyd and the attendant global protests that marked Floyd’s death. A key moment in these protests in the...
Volume 53, Issue 3 May 2021
Just over a year ago, we published a message from the Editorial Collective. Titled “Antipode in the Time of Coronavirus”, it acknowledged our limited capacity, and that of our publishers,...
Volume 53, Issue 2 March 2021
At the start of 2020, we wrote of our ambitions for Antipode, situating these within the journal as a “living archive” as well as within the Antipode project’s broader effort to struggle for a...
Volume 53, Issue 1 January 2021
Welcome to the 53rd volume of Antipode. The editors, together with the journal’s inimitable editorial manager, Andy Kent, continue to advance the journal’s mission under “covid conditions”....
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Black Geographies Podcast Series on 1919Radio
11th June 2021
The good people at 1919Radio this month launched their Black Geographies Podcast Series with Rashad Shabazz talking about his work on “Spatializing Blackness”. Future episodes will feature...
Virtual Issue on Palestine/Israel
24th May 2021
Antipode has long published radical geographical scholarship on Palestine/Israel. In this virtual issue, we make these articles available to a wider audience in support of those scholars and...
Antipode Foundation “Right to the Discipline” grants 2021
21st May 2021
It was with heavy hearts that we cancelled last year’s International Workshop and Scholar-Activist Project Awards in March 2020, so we were thrilled to launch a call for proposals in September,...
The 2021 Antipode AAG Lecture – “Dear April: The Aesthetics of Black Miscellanea” by Katherine McKittrick
25th March 2021
Please join us (virtually!) for the 2021 Antipode American Association of Geographers Lecture on Thursday 8th April between 3:05pm and 4:20pm PDT***Recording now available to conference registrants:...
Latest lecture seriesView All
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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Intervention – “Governance of the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Masking Reveals for Cognisant Citizenship and the Potential for Biopolitics-from-Below
11th May 2021
by Mark Whitehead (Aberystwyth University) and Kelvin Mason (para-academic) In this essay we critique the governance of the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic via examining the measure of...
Towards a Critical Glossary of Extraction: An Interview with Martín Arboleda
20th April 2021
The following interview with political geographer Martín Arboleda was carried out as part of the “Beyond Extraction” (BE) project – a venue for researchers, writers, artists, and activists to...
“For ‘Peace, Quiet, and Respect’: Race, Policing, and Land Grabbing on Chicago’s South Side” – winner of the 2018 Clyde Woods Black Geographies Specialty Group Graduate Student Paper Award
8th April 2021
Published in Antipode 53(2) in March 2021, Teona Williams’ “For ‘Peace, Quiet, and Respect’: Race, Policing, and Land Grabbing on Chicago’s South Side” won the Clyde Woods Black...
Intervention – “This Thing of Caring”
1st April 2021
Ailie Rutherford; https://ailierutherford.com A lot has been written about care this last year. As multiple crises unfold and we work out how to reorganise our lives, both online and off, to...
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Video Abstract – “Blogging the Virtual: New Geographies of Domination and Resistance In and Beyond Russia”
3rd February 2021
Forthcoming in Antipode 53(4) this July, and available online now, “Blogging the Virtual: New Geographies of Domination and Resistance In and Beyond Russia” explores the rise of...
Video Abstract – “The Garbage of Society”: Disposable Women and the Socio-Spatial Scripts of Femicide in Guatemala
9th December 2020
We’re pleased to present an important video abstract, and accompanying “Policy Brief”, by Lorena Fuentes, author of “The Garbage of Society”: Disposable Women and the Socio-Spatial Scripts...
Video abstract – “Sovereign Atonement: (Non)citizenship, Territory, and State‐Making in Post‐Colonial South Asia”
18th November 2020
Forthcoming in Antipode 53(2) in March 2021, and available online now, Azmeary Ferdoush’s “Sovereign Atonement: (Non)citizenship, Territory, and State‐Making in Post‐Colonial South Asia”...
Video abstract – “From the School Yard to the Conservation Area: Impact Investment across the Nature/Social Divide”
14th September 2020
Our September issue, Volume 52, Number 5 of Antipode, is hot off the press, and here we’re pleased to present a paper from it. “From the School Yard to the Conservation Area: Impact...
Latest book reviewsView All
The Shadow of the Mine: Coal and the End of Industrial Britain
26th May 2021
Diarmaid Kelliher (University of Glasgow) on Huw Beynon and Ray Hudson’s The Shadow of the Mine: Coal and the End of Industrial Britain
The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Art, Visual Culture, and Climate Change
18th May 2021
Aaron Katzeman (University of California, Irvine) on T. J. Demos, Emily Eliza Scott and Subhankar Banerjee’s The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Art, Visual Culture, and Climate Change
Animal Traffic: Lively Capital in the Global Exotic Pet Trade
5th May 2021
Kathryn Gillespie (University of Kentucky) on Rosemary-Claire Collard’s Animal Traffic: Lively Capital in the Global Exotic Pet Trade
City of Refuge: Slavery and Petit Marronage in the Great Dismal Swamp, 1763-1856
16th April 2021
Christian Brooks Keeve (University of Kentucky) on Marcus P. Nevius’ City of Refuge: Slavery and Petit Marronage in the Great Dismal Swamp, 1763-1856
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)
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...