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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Intervention – “Holding Space for Alternative Futures in Academia and Beyond”

Sophie Pascoe, Anna Sanders, Andrea Rawluk, Paula Satizábal and Tessa Toumbourou (University of Melbourne; holdingspacecollective@gmail.com) ***Una versión en español de esta...
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Rethinking Social Reproduction in the Time of Covid-19

Kavita Dattani (School of Geography, Queen Mary University of London; k.dattani@qmul.ac.uk) Introduction: The Invisible Home As Covid-19 related lockdown enforcements across the globe mean...
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Abolition in the Time of Covid-19

Carrie Freshour (Department of Geography, University of Washington; cfresh@uw.edu) and Brian Williams (Department of Geosciences, Mississippi State University;...
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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...
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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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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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