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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Volume 54, Issue 4 July 2022

In their paper “Decolonisation is a Political Project”, Andrew Curley, Pallavi Gupta, Lara Lookabaugh, Christopher Neubert and Sara Smith argue for the importance of engaging with some of the...
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Volume 54, Issue 3 May 2022

In true Antipodean fashion, the papers in this issue examine the contortions of late-stage global capitalism as well as its differentiated and violent impacts, yet they also evince the journal’s...
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Volume 54, Issue 2 March 2022

In his Svendborg Poems, Bertolt Brecht writes: “In the dark times/Will there be singing? There will be singing/Of the dark times.” The last two years (or perhaps two millennia) have indeed been...
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Volume 54, Issue 1 January 2022

Our first issue of volume 54 opens with Katherine McKittrick’s powerful meditation on Black miscellanea – deliberate collections of creative things – as strategies for non-extractive stories...
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Volume 53, Issue 6 November 2021

From time to time, it is not only worthwhile to think about how the themes of radical geography evolve and shift, but also to reflect upon what keywords radical geographers mobilize to think through...
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Volume 53, Issue 5 September 2021

September marks summer’s end. This year it also marks the end of what was a pause in the COVID-19 pandemic. The fifth issue of the 53rd volume is quintessentially Antipode as the fifteen papers...
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Volume 53, Issue 4 July 2021

This issue of Antipode coincides with the first anniversary of the racist murder of George Floyd and the attendant global protests that marked Floyd’s death. A key moment in these protests in the...
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Volume 53, Issue 3 May 2021

Just over a year ago, we published a message from the Editorial Collective. Titled “Antipode in the Time of Coronavirus”, it acknowledged our limited capacity, and that of our publishers,...
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Volume 53, Issue 2 March 2021

At the start of 2020, we wrote of our ambitions for Antipode, situating these within the journal as a “living archive” as well as within the Antipode project’s broader effort to struggle for a...
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