Virtual issue – "People Without Property in Jobs: Stuart Hall and the Conundrums of Contemporary Urbanization in India"

On Wednesday April 22nd, Vinay Gidwani will be presenting the 2015 Antipode AAG Lecture from 17:20 to 19:00 in Grand C/D North, Hyatt, East Tower, Gold Level. His lecture will be followed by a drinks...
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March issue of Antipode out now

Antipode 45(2) is out now. There's the Editorial Collective's annual editorial asking 'What does it mean to win?', one intervention from Hilda Kurtz considering the Trayvon Martin case and US...
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Video abstract – Michelle Buckley talks about 'Locating Neoliberalism in Dubai: Migrant Workers and Class Struggle in the Autocratic City'

Time flies and already the second issue of Antipode's 2013 volume is with the publishers. Antipode 45:2 includes an editorial taking stock of 'the Antipode project', interventions on 'Trayvon Martin...
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Happy Birthday Occupy!

Occupy Wall Street observes its first anniversary today with the culmination of three days of education, celebration and resistance in NYC (see here and here). To mark the occasion we've pulled some...
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Antipode Foundation Awards 2012/13 – the results

We are delighted to announce the results of the Antipode Foundation Awards 2012/13.  The Antipode Foundation exists for the promotion and advancement of social scientific research, education and...
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Rio+20, climate change, and critical scholarship: Beyond the critique of ‘green neoliberalism’?

by Sara Nelson, University of Minnesota According to critical accounts of the recent Rio+20 summit, the results of the convention were predictable: failure to reach binding agreements; a lack of...
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Video abstract – Janelle Cornwell talks about ‘Worker Co-operatives and Spaces of Possibility’

Hot on the heels of Staff Reporter Jesse Goldstein's two-part essay on the OWS Screenprinters Coop and Guild which explores questions of markets, commons, and alternative ways of organising economic...
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OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons and Questions, Part II

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York I began part one of this essay with a trip to the Hunter College Women’s Day Fair, where the OWS Screenprinters Coop was set up for the day. ...
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OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons, and Questions, Part I

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York This past week, the OWS Screenprinters Cooperative had a table set up at Hunter College’s Women’s Day Fair, screenprinting and selling tee-shirts,...
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Cops and the 99%, Part II: Cops, scabs, and the 99%

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York As promised, here’s my follow-up, a somewhat more opinionated take on the relationship between cops and the 99%. Scabs are paid to break a strike,...
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