Our referees, July 2019–June 2020

We started 2020 with the publication of an Editorial, Radical Geography for a Resurgent Left. One of the things we discussed there was our understanding of: “…the Antipode community (editors,...
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Symposium – “Abolition Ecologies” edited by Nik Heynen and Megan Ybarra

Forthcoming in Antipode 53(1) in January 2021, and available online now, “Abolition Ecologies” consists of five essays brought together as the culmination of conversations that began at the AAG...
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La Neoliberalización del Espacio / Neoliberalizing Space

We’re pleased to make available here a Spanish-language translation of one of our most downloaded papers, Jamie Peck and Adam Tickell’s “Neoliberalizing Space” (the original English version...
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Production of Nature Re-Visited

40 years after its publication (and the end of his term as an editor of Antipode), Phil O’Keefe is back with a reflection on the (mis)adventures of the ideas presented in his now classic essay,...
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Call for Interventions – “Conjunctural Insurrections”

Photo: Activist group Black Love Resists in the Rust (@BLRRBuffalo) lead protest outside the notorious Erie County Holding Center, 6 June 2020, Buffalo, NY At this conjuncture Antipode...
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Symposium – “The Political Forest in the Era of Green Neoliberalism”

Jennifer A. Devine (Texas State University; devine@txstate.edu) and Jenny A. Baca (Environmental Incentives; jbaca@enviroincentives.com) Forthcoming in Antipode 52(4) this July, and available...
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Abolish the Police: Antipode stands in solidarity with US protesters against police brutality and racial injustice

On the morning of May 26th, people in the US and beyond woke up to the horrifying images of George Floyd’s brutal neck-crushing by a Minneapolis police officer. Although the method of his murder...
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The Antipode Film Project

The Antipode Lecture Series has been put on hold for 2020, though we’re planning to return to the American Association of Geographers and Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British...
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Publishing amidst the crisis – Antipode and Covid-19

To our readers, authors and referees, Official advice regarding Covid-19 and suites of measures taken to deal with it, not to mention the coronavirus disease itself, is limiting capacity...
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UK-based researchers at participating institutions can now publish open access in Antipode

A new agreement between our publisher Wiley and Jisc means that UK-based researchers at participating institutions can now publish open access in Antipode at no direct cost to them. As Wiley see...
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