Intervention – “Race-baiting and The Writers’ Union of Canada” by NourbeSe Philip

In May 2017 Hal Niedzviecki wrote a short piece titled “Winning the appropriation prize” in Write magazine from the Writers’ Union of Canada (see Appendix 1) that reignited a conversation in...
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Intervention Symposium: “Algorithmic Governance”; organised by Jeremy Crampton and Andrea Miller

The following essays first came together at the 2016 AAG Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Jeremy Crampton (Professor of Geography at the University of Kentucky) and Andrea Miller (PhD candidate...
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Intervention – “‘Democratic Confederalism is for Everyone’: Ethnographic Reflections on The Long March for Kurdistan and Öcalan”

by Patrick W. Huff (Birkbeck, University of London) Night had fallen by the time I arrived in Wasselonne, a small village in France’s Alsace region bordering Germany. I came to join...
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Intervention – “Control, Resistance, and the ‘Data University’: Towards a Third Wave Critique”

by The Analogue University From Auditing, Controlling, to Desiring Data The term “neo-liberal university” has become shorthand for a range of contemporary pressures in university life (Burrows...
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Symposium – Introducing Milton Santos and “The Active Role of Geography”

Readers might have seen the online versions of two very different papers recently, Lucas Melgaço’s Thinking Outside the Bubble of the Global North: Introducing Milton Santos and “The Active...
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Symposium – The Detroit Geographical Expedition and Institute Then and Now: Commentaries on “Field Notes No.4: The Trumbull Community”

One of the best things about working on a radical journal of geography is the steady stream of surprise: submissions are largely unsolicited, and given Antipode’s relatively wide remit we receive...
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Intervention Symposium – “Did We Accomplish the Revolution in Geographic Thought?”

44 years ago we published David Harvey’s essay “Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Theory in Geography and the Problem of Ghetto Formation”. Taking geographers to task, demanding some...
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Intervention – “Water is Life and Life is Sovereignty: Context and Considerations for Critical Geographers”

Water is Life and Life is Sovereignty: Context and Considerations for Critical Geographers Andrew Curley University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill apcurley@email.unc.edu On 4 December 2016, the...
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Intervention – “Where Were the Non-Heterosexual Young Men? The Challenges and Need for Further Research on Participant Recruitment Methods for Qualitative Research”

by Blake Hawkins, University of British Columbia, blake.hawkins@alumni.ubc.ca Introduction From September 2015 to January 2016, I lived in Prince George, Canada, to undertake fieldwork for my...
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Intervention – “Intersectional Contours of Loss and Resistance: Mapping Bay Area Gentrification”

Erin McElroy Doctoral Candidate, Department of Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz Director, Anti-Eviction Mapping Project,...
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