'Then, like now…': The roots of radical geography, a personal account

What follows is a version of the paper one-time Professor (but life-long professor) of geography Clark Akatiff presented at the 2007 AAG annual meeting in San Francisco. Clark's reflections on the...
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Symposium on Joel Wainwright and Geoff Mann's 'Climate Leviathan' – Authors' reply

Last month we launched a symposium on Joel Wainwright and Geoff Mann's forthcoming Antipode paper, 'Climate Leviathan'. The forum was structured like this: we made their paper open access; solicited...
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The London Olympics: Urban Geopolitics – further reading

Some further reading for those interested in yesterday's post, 'The London Olympics: Urban Geopolitics'... Kirsteen Paton, Gerry Mooney and Kim McKee’s ‘Class, Citizenship, and Regeneration:...
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Towards a post-Occupy world

Following yesterday's post announcing our soon-to-be-published special issue 'Anarchist Geographies', we're pleased to plug an excellent essay by Richard White (co-author, with Colin Williams, of...
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Anarchist Geographies – a special issue of Antipode

Issue 5 of Antipode's 44th volume will be out in a couple of months, and the papers which make up the special issue are available now online. Entitled 'Anarchist Geographies' and edited by Simon...
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Geographers, get blogging

We’ve circulated calls for contributions to AntipodeFoundation.org before (see here), inviting interventions which either link published research to contemporary matters of concern or simply sketch...
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Heterodox Economic Spaces and Anarchist Geographies

We've just published Richard White and Colin Williams' 'The pervasive nature of heterodox economic spaces at a time of neoliberal crisis: Towards a "postneoliberal" anarchist future' on our Early...
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Antipode Foundation Awards 2012/13 – the results

We are delighted to announce the results of the Antipode Foundation Awards 2012/13.  The Antipode Foundation exists for the promotion and advancement of social scientific research, education and...
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Activist Geographies: Struggles for Social and Environmental Justice

Following yesterday's video abstract from Matt Baillie Smith and Katy Jenkins (their paper, Existing at the Interface, is about Indian NGO activists as 'strategic cosmopolitans'), and before we...
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Symposium on Joel Wainwright and Geoff Mann's 'Climate Leviathan'

***Comments now closed; Joel and Geoff's reply is available here. Thanks to all who contributed.*** A 'symposium', of course, is a party - 'a convivial meeting for drinking, conversation, and...
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