Gramscian Geographies

We've been making connections between Antipode papers and work published in other journals recently, looking at the excellent ACME special issues on anarchist and autonomous geographies and the...
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The Politics of Climate Change

We plugged their anarchist geographies special issue last week, and this week we've another special issue of ACME - 'The Politics of Climate Change', guest-edited by friend (and now neighbour) of...
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Welfare Reform and the Production of Ignorance

Welfare benefits in the UK have in recent years risen faster than wages. So the coalition government introduced the Welfare Benefits Uprating Bill - which passed comfortably in the Commons earlier...
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Did Somebody Say Anarchism?

We had two special issues on anarchism yesterday (see here) and today's we've a paper hot off the press - Federico Ferretti's '"They have the right to throw us out": Élisée Reclus’ New Universal...
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More Anarchist Geographies

You wait almost 35 years for a special issue on anarchist geographies, and then two arrive at once... Antipode's 'Anarchist Geographies' came out late last year (you can see one of the guest editors,...
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Radical Geography in the Interwar Period: Disciplinary Trajectories and Hidden Histories – CFP RGS-IBG 2013

An interesting call for papers from Alex Vasudevan's blog, Experimental Geographies. The history of radical geography - perhaps unsurprisingly - is something we're really interested in here at...
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New year, new issue

Hard copies of the journal (yes, we still do those!) have been delivered this week. The first issue of Antipode's 45th volume contains 12 papers and a short essay from the winner of the 2012-13...
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Symposium on PyGyRG's 'Communifesto for Fuller Geographies' – Authors' reply to critical responses

A couple of months ago we continued our symposium series* by posting the Participatory Geographies Research Group's 'Communifesto for Fuller Geographies: Towards Mutual Security' together with a set...
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"The sun never set upon the blues"*: Seven essays honouring Clyde Woods

Introduction: Life/Is Good by Katherine McKittrick, Queen's University "…it is very hard work" - Robin D.G. Kelly (2009: 451) on Thelonius Monk When Clyde Woods and I were writing the introduction...
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New page for creative matter and supplementary material

Eagle-eyed readers might have noticed the new page at the top of AntipodeFoundation.org - 'Supplementary Material'. In this section of the website you’ll find - perhaps unsurprisingly - material...
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