Volume 56, Issue 2 March 2024

Featured image: the cover of Obra Social Barcelona’s 2018 report, “¡La vivienda para quien la habita! Informe sobre Okupación de Vivienda vacía en Catalunya” (from Mara Ferreri, Melissa...
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Volume 56, Issue 1 January 2024

Featured image: “Remnants of the old train barracks with the new Belgrade Waterfront buildings under construction at the background” (source: Charalampos Tsavdaroglou and Maria Kaika, University...
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Volume 55, Issue 6 November 2023

It has been another record-breaking year for Antipode. We've received more submissions and published more papers than ever (53% Open Access), and while we're sceptical about some of the uses of such...
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Volume 55, Issue 5 September 2023

The first nine articles form a Symposium, “On the Blockade: Geographies of Circulation and Struggle”, brought together by guest editors Charmaine Chua and Kai Bosworth.
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Volume 55, Issue 4 July 2023

The first six articles form a Symposium, “Outside the Wage: Seeing Politics and Possibilities with Critical Comparisons”, brought together by guest editors Jennifer Tucker, Aman Luthra and...
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Volume 55, Issue 3 May 2023

The first six articles form a Symposium, “Youth and Decolonial Politics in a Relational Context”, brought together by guest editors Mabel Gergan, Sneha Krishnan, Sara Smith and Stephen Young.
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Volume 55, Issue 2 March 2023


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Volume 55, Issue 1 January 2023


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Volume 54, Issue 6 November 2022

This intro was written just after Lula winning the Brazilian presidential elections. While his past left politics and redistributive extractivism offer much ground for radical critique, and the...
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Volume 54, Issue 5 September 2022

It’s September, which means the start of autumn and time for the fifth issue of this year’s volume of Antipode. Quoting the inimitable Andy Kent, the issue contains a cracking set of papers: a...
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