Video abstract – “Generating Confusion, Concern, and Precarity through the Right to Rent Scheme in Scotland” – and two new issues

Looking forward to 2018 and Antipode’s 50th volume, we’ve got some brilliant papers coming out. We’ll get to the first and second issues below; first up there’s Issue 3, which will be out in...
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Forthcoming in Antipode…

As the summer comes to an end and a new semester begins, we’re looking forward to 2017 and the papers forthcoming in Antipode 49(1) in January–all of which are available online now (and will be...
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Video abstract – “Carceral Space: Prisoners and Animals”

Today we’re pleased to present the latest video abstract from our November 2016 issue (Antipode volume 48, number 5–links below). In quite a hard-hitting presentation, Bucknell...
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Black Food Geographies and Racialized Food Spaces on the radio

***You can download the interview, or listen online, here*** Today at 12:00 (Pacific Daylight Time) Margaret Marietta Ramírez will be speaking about her new Antipode paper, The Elusive Inclusive:...
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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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'Race, Space, Nature' symposium – papers freely available now

Edited by Rachel Brahinsky (University of San Francisco), Jade Sasser (University of California Riverside) and Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern (Syracuse University), 'Race, Space, Nature' will be in print in...
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Intervention symposium – 'Explosive geographies'

On April 15, 2013, two bombs targeting the Boston Marathon exploded on Boylston St, killing three and initiating the United State’s most visible domestic security operation of the decade. Two days...
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“More war than night”: Violence, resistance, and territory in Pará, Brazil

by David Meek, University of Georgia Adora sits on a rock-hard couch, leaning back to blow smoke upwards where it is refracted by the daylight, streaming through cracks in her clapboard house. Adora...
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Critical geographies of meat?

by Sean Gillon, University of Wisconsin - Madison Several years ago, I signed up for a meat industry newsletter for research purposes.  I became accustomed to unsettling meatingplace.com news about...
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