Pow Choon Piew

We were saddened by the news of Pow Choon Piew’s passing last week. As a Professor of Geography at the National University of Singapore and member of our International Advisory Board, as a...
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Black Geographies Podcast Series on 1919Radio

The good people at 1919Radio this month launched their Black Geographies Podcast Series with Rashad Shabazz talking about his work on “Spatializing Blackness”. Future episodes will feature...
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Virtual Issue on Palestine/Israel

Antipode has long published radical geographical scholarship on Palestine/Israel. In this virtual issue, we make these articles available to a wider audience in support of those scholars and...
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Antipode Foundation “Right to the Discipline” grants 2021

It was with heavy hearts that we cancelled last year’s International Workshop and Scholar-Activist Project Awards in March 2020, so we were thrilled to launch a call for proposals in September,...
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The 2021 Antipode AAG Lecture – “Dear April: The Aesthetics of Black Miscellanea” by Katherine McKittrick

The 2021 Antipode American Association of Geographers Lecture took place (virtually!) on Thursday 8th April between 3:05pm and 4:20pm PDT.You can watch a recording of it, and read about Katherine...
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Symposium – “Political Ecologies of Race: Settler Colonialism and Environmental Racism in the United States and Canada”

Edited by Levi Van Sant (George Mason University), Richard Milligan (Georgia State University) and Sharlene Mollett (University of Toronto Scarborough), this collection of ten essays is available...
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“In Front of the World”: Translating Beatriz Nascimento

Christen Smith (University of Texas at Austin), Archie Davies (University of Sheffield) and Bethânia Gomes (Independent Scholar, New York) Beatriz Nascimento (1942-1995) was one of the most...
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Call for proposals, deadline February 28th – “Right to the Discipline” grants

Notwithstanding the efforts of many brilliant, committed – and often unrecognised – scholars, geography has largely failed, and in many cases even resisted, calls within its own ranks to...
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Symposium – “Undocumented Immigrant Activism and the Political: Disrupting the Order or Reproducing the Status Quo?”

Edited by Thomas Swerts (Erasmus University Rotterdam; swerts@essb.eur.nl) and Walter Nicholls (University of California, Irvine; wnicholl@uci.edu) Forthcoming in Antipode 53(2) in March...
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Dalit Lives Matter! A Cry to Rage Against the Horrifying Violence of Saffron Terror in India

A message from our friends at India Civil Watch, via Richa Nagar: In Hathras, cops barricade a raped woman’s home,hijack her corpse, set it afire on a murderous night,deaf to her mother’s...
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