Intervention – “Hosting for the UK’s ‘Homes for Ukraine’ Scheme”

Kathy Burrell (Department of Geography and Planning, University of Liverpool) When Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022 a devastating wave of human suffering was set in motion. By 8...
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Symposium – “Fractured Kinship and Failed Utopias: Remembering the Brilliant Lauren Berlant”

Organised by Heather McLean (Athabasca University) and David K. Seitz (Harvey Mudd College) Introduction In February 2022, a group of geographers and anthropologists gathered at the...
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Intervention — “Sexual and Gender Based Violence and COVID-19 in Urban Zimbabwe”

Manase Kudzai Chiweshe (Department of Social and Community Development, University of Zimbabwe) and Sandra Bhatasara (Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development Institute, University of...
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“House On Fire: Housing & Climate Crisis, Housing & Climate Resistance”—an illustrated zine by Erin Goodling

Climate change, and especially wildfires, are impacting more and more people across North America and around the world. House On Fire: Housing & Climate Crisis, Housing & Climate Resistance...
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Bilingual Intervention – “LatinX and Latin American Geographies: A Dialogue” / “Diálogo entre las geografías LatinX y latinoamericanas”

This intervention piece “LatinX and Latin American Geographies: A Dialogue” written by Latin American and Latinx feminist geographers (Sofia Zaragocin Carvajal, Margaret Marietta Ramírez, Maria...
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Intervention—“Debating Contemporary State Capitalism: A Reply to Carroll and Jarvis”

Ilias Alami (Uppsala University), Adam D. Dixon (Maastricht University) and Emma Mawdsley (University of Cambridge) Introduction In a recent intervention in Antipode, Carroll and...
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Intervention—“Geographies of Student Debt: A Call for Research and Action”

Dylan M. Harris (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs) Critical geographers should be studying the student debt crisis. In the United States, it impacts all of us as educators,...
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“A Practical Explanation: How Adequate is it to Think from Disciplines?”—An Interview with Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni, Part 2

Introduction Below we share Part 2 of our interview with Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni, in which we continue our discussion of his recently co-edited volume, Marxism and Decolonization in the 21st...
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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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