Conjunctural Insurrections – “Bingo Cards for Racist Bullsh*t in Academia and STEM: A Reflection on Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism”

In light of ongoing racist incidences and protests in the USA and elsewhere, there have been growing resistance movements and conversations of systemic and structural racism in society. In...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Aboriginal and Black Lives Matter”

This edited audio piece is from the Sydney, Australia Aboriginal and Black Lives Matter protest. I recorded and edited this short clip as a scholar/activist radio maker, and in solidarity with the...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Homeplace: A Site of Resistance, Revisited”

Being home feels a little like stolen pleasure and liberation, like a reclamation of Black woman time. Notwithstanding the anxious hellos and begrudging hand waving of my white neighbors who are...
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Intervention – “Social Justice Where Transitional Justice Failed: Universal Basic Income in South Africa and Spatial Considerations of Service Delivery”

Susan Forde (University of York; @Susan4025) Spatial Inequality A- we are very much entrenched by the legacy of apartheid.B- In terms of where we stay, where we are allowed to stay,...
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Intervention – “Why Do Empty Streets Threaten Democracy?”

Ritajyoti Bandyopadhyay, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Mohali; ritajyoti.csssc@gmail.com Introduction The COVID-19 lockdown has brought before us an image of...
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Call for Interventions – “Conjunctural Insurrections”

Photo: Activist group Black Love Resists in the Rust (@BLRRBuffalo) lead protest outside the notorious Erie County Holding Center, 6 June 2020, Buffalo, NY At this conjuncture Antipode...
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Remittances in Times of Crisis: Reflections on Labour, Social Reproduction, and Digitisation during Covid-19

Kavita Datta (School of Geography, Queen Mary University of London) andVincent Guermond (Department of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London) Global remittances are predicted to...
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The Biopolitics of Immunity in Times of COVID-19: An Interview with Roberto Esposito

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...
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Intervention – “Can Geography Kill the Death Penalty? A Call for Increased Geographic Scholarship on the Darkest Part of the US Criminal Legal System”

Patrick Geiger (Clark University; patgeiger15@gmail.com) Radical geographers have long been at the forefront of examining the racist and classist dimensions of America’s carceral state. The...
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Thinking Through Covid-19 Responses With Foucault – An Initial Overview

Matthew G. Hannah, Jan Simon Hutta and Christoph Schemann (Department of Geography, University of Bayreuth; matthew.hannah@uni-bayreuth.de) This intervention originally appeared as the second...
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