Intervention – “Control, Resistance, and the ‘Data University’: Towards a Third Wave Critique”

by The Analogue University From Auditing, Controlling, to Desiring Data The term “neo-liberal university” has become shorthand for a range of contemporary pressures in university life (Burrows...
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Video abstract – Mark Griffiths’s “Hope in Hebron: The Political Affects of Activism in a Strangled City”

Forthcoming in Antipode volume 49, issue 3 this June, and available online now, Mark Griffiths’s “Hope in Hebron: The Political Affects of Activism in a Strangled City” is the latest in a...
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“Brutalism Redux” – a review, free online article, and event at the Science Museum

Following the publication of Oli Mould’s paper “Brutalism Redux: Relational Monumentality and the Urban Politics of Brutalist Architecture” at the end of last year (freely available here), and...
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A paper for Armistice Day – Derek Gregory’s “The Natures of War”

The conclusion to this powerful essay–which considers nature as “a medium through which military violence is conducted” in the First and Second World Wars and midcentury Vietnam–is...
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Video abstract – The Family Behind the Farm: Race and the Affective Geographies of Manitoba Pork Production

Forthcoming in Antipode 47:5, “The Family Behind the Farm: Race and the Affective Geographies of Manitoba Pork Production” by Kate Cairns, Deborah McPhail, Claudyne Chevrier and Jill Bucklaschuk...
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St Alphage House, City of London, UK (photo by Bradley L. Garrett)

Critical dialogue – Urban Exploration, Subject-Bodies, and the Politics of Difference

Forthcoming in print in the new year in Antipode 46(1), Carrie Mott and Susan Roberts' paper 'Not Everyone Has (the) Balls: Urban Exploration and the Persistence of Masculinist Geography' has been...
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Video abstract – Veronica Crossa talks about 'Play for Protest, Protest for Play: Artisan and Vendors’ Resistance to Displacement in Mexico City'

Forthcoming in Antipode 45(4), and available online now, Veronica Crossa's 'Play for Protest, Protest for Play: Artisan and Vendors’ Resistance to Displacement in Mexico City' focuses on the...
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“Labor law is a shield, but direct action is a sword…”

by Nathan Clough, University of Minnesota Duluth So said an Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) organizer in response to a question I asked about the solidarity unionism model employed by the...
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