Intervention – “Trajectories of Russian Resistance to the War in Ukraine”

Sven Daniel Wolfe (University of Lausanne) Minor Parallels There is something in Hans Fallada’s Alone in Berlin that resonates with today’s Russia. Based on Gestapo files of actual...
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“A Resurgence of Decolonisation: We Need to do African Studies with Africans”—An Interview with Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni, Part 1

Introduction The following conversation with Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni represents the second instalment in a series of four conversations that Antipode is organising on decolonial and anticolonial...
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Intervention – “Fighting the Marketisation of UK Higher Education”

by David Featherstone and Olivia Mason UCU members at the University of Glasgow, among other institutions, are currently taking part in five consecutive days of strike action, from Monday 21...
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Intervention – “Micro-War: How Russia are using Gig Platforms for Reconnaissance”

Olivia Butler (Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University) Speaking of the gig economy conjures images of dystopic futures with isolated, overworked, and underpaid...
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Intervention – “Wicked Enthusiasm: Frustrating Spaces of Academic Research and Publishing as an Undergraduate”

Anonymous The Vulnerability of “Wicked Enthusiasm” As a young, female, Asian, international student, the crux of my vulnerability was rooted in my own wicked enthusiasm. My...
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Intervention – “Precarity, Transactions, Insecure Attachments: Reflections on Participating in Degrees of Abuse”

by Emma Cardwell and Esther Hitchen Decisions, Part 1 I was sitting on my bed when my phone lit up. I recognised the area code straight away – it must be the University, I thought....
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Intervention – “Arendtian Geopolitics after the 2021 UK Defence Review”

Ivana Bevilacqua (King’s College London) Leila Dawney (University of Exeter) Jay Emery (University of Sheffield) Daanish Mustafa (King’s College London) Julian Shaw (King’s...
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A layered image composed of four encounters with water offered by each of the CritRest Collective. A mossy log alongside iridescent water is layered with the ripples of coastal delta waters, floating ice patches on a frozen lake, and a muddy stream with a tree-lined reflection.

Symposium: Critical Restoration Geographies

Introduction – Meandering through Critical Restoration Geographies: A Reading Group Collective The CritRest Collective – Christian Keeve (University of Kentucky), Erin Clancy (University of...
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Intervention – “Impermanence: On Frantz Fanon’s Geographies”

Julia Aguiar, Afsheen Chowdhury, Misha Falk, Lizzy Hinds-Heuglin, Aakriti Kapoor, Yaniya Lee, Katherine McKittrick, Milka Njoroge, Channon Oyeniran, Nat Rambold and Victoria Valliere (Queen’s...
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Intervention – “Ethical Minoritarianism, and How it Helps to Build a Planetary Commons”

Oli Mould (Royal Holloway, University of London) The following Intervention is an adapted extract from Seven Ethics Against Capitalism: Towards a Planetary Commons, published by Polity in July...
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