Antipode Foundation Ltd.

The Antipode Foundation is a company (no. 7604241) and charity (no. 1142784) registered in England and Wales.

Registered in July 2011, it exists specifically for public benefit and the promotion and improvement of social scientific research, education and scholarship in the field of radical and critical geography. To this end it enables the pursuit and dissemination of valuable new knowledge that advances the field by:

[i] Producing Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Wiley, and its companion website, AntipodeFoundation.org;

[ii] Making grants to: support conferences, workshops and seminar series; and enable collaborations between academics and non-academic activists; and

[iii] Arranging and funding: summer schools and other meetings for doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers, and recently-appointed faculty; public lectures at international geography conferences; and the translation of academic publications.

The Foundation currently has nine trustees – Sharad Chari (University of California Berkeley), Paul Chatterton (University of Leeds), Vinay Gidwani (University of Minnesota), Nik Heynen (University of Georgia), Tariq Jazeel (University College London), Wendy Larner (Victoria University of Wellington), Katherine McKittrick (Queen’s University), Jenny Pickerill (University of Sheffield) and Melissa W. Wright (Pennsylvania State University) – and is managed by its secretary, Andrew Kent (antipode@live.co.uk).

Andy has been managing Antipode’s editorial office since 2007 – he’s been responsible for the publication of 50 issues thus far… – and has been the Antipode Foundation’s secretary since its registration. He was at the University of Manchester from 2002 to 2010, working with Noel Castree.

Noel and Jane Wills resigned from the Foundation’s board of trustees at the end of April 2015. Noel and Jane were stellar trustees, and part of the Foundation from the beginning. Also there at the very start was Jamie Peck. His time as a trustee came to end in 2019, and he will be missed sorely: he’s been central to everything the Foundation does for so long…how will we go on without him?!

Below you’ll find the trustees’ annual reports, which outline the Foundation’s structure, governance and management; its objectives and activities, and achievements and performance; financial reviews; and plans for the future.

2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18