Intervention – “Small and local are not only beautiful; they can be powerful”

Vasilis Kostakis and Chris Giotitsas, Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance, Tallinn University of Technology Introduction E.F. Schumacher’s seminal work Small Is...
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Care in the Time of Covid-19

Abigail H. Neely and Patricia J. Lopez Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA Covid-19 or coronavirus is the first major infectious disease outbreak to threaten a wide segment of the...
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Dropping the China and Picking Up Some of the Pieces: Neoliberalism, Social Vulnerability, and “Residual Benevolence”

Sam Scott, Kenny Lynch and Rachel Bennett Geography, School of Natural and Social Sciences, University of Gloucestershire Introduction Building upon recent research published in Antipode...
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A Commons-Based Peer To Peer Path to Post-Capitalism: An Interview with Michel Bauwens

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...
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A War With No Measure: The Indian State Against Its People

Swati Birla (Department of Sociology, University of Massachusetts Amherst; sbirla@soc.umass.edu), Ragini Jha (Department of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst) and Rashmi Kumari (Department of Childhood Studies, Rutgers University)[1]

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...
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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...
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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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“This present relationship and its beauty…”: Indigenous Youth Activism and Desire-based Research in the Postcolonial Caribbean

Levi Gahman (University of Liverpool, UK), Adaeze Greenidge (Independent Researcher, Trinidad and Tobago) and the Julian Cho Society Youth Planning Team (Belize): Seferina Miss, Roberto Kus, Rosita...
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On the edge of Europe: The violence and filth of a camp in Bosnia defines the EU’s legacy on refugees

Thom Davies (University of Nottingham), Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik (Aston University) and Arshad Isakjee (University of Liverpool) Overlooked by the forested peaks of the Dinaric mountains on the...
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Intervention – “Material Diagnostics: Rupture and Repair at the DSA Brake Light Clinic”

Peter Timko (peter.n.timko@gmail.com)

Writing in the online television and media studies journal Flow, media scholar Lisa Parks describes the work of Berian Menyani, a self-taught technician who makes a living repairing radios, mobile...
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