Now online – the 2017 Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture, “Retelling Stories, Disrupting ‘the Social’, Relearning the World” by Richa Nagar

The 2017 Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture Retelling Stories, Disrupting “the Social”, Relearning the World Richa Nagar (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities) The 2017 Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture took...
Read More

Intervention – “Race, Rurality, and Radical Geography in the US”

Levi Van Sant (Georgia Southern University) and Kai Bosworth (University of Minnesota) The election of Donald Trump, exacerbated by Brexit and the apparent growth of right wing populism around the...
Read More

Traditional Markets Under Threat: Why It’s Happening and What Traders and Customers Can Do

We recently launched the 2015/16 call for applications for the Antipode Foundation’s Scholar-Activist Project Awards (see here). The Awards are grants of up to GB£10,000.00 intended to support...
Read More

September issue of Antipode out now

Here it is, Antipode 46(4), and it's a good 'un... The first six papers form a superb symposium; organised by Durham University's Gordon MacLeod and Colin McFarlane, 'Grammars of Urban Injustice'...
Read More

Intervention – 'Addressing the Indigenous-Immigration “Parallax Gap”'

Anna Stanley, Canadian Studies, University of Toronto Sedef Arat-Koç, Politics, Ryerson University Laurie K. Bertram, History, University of Alberta Hayden King, Politics, Ryerson University In...
Read More

Video abstract – Grace Carswell and Geert De Neve talk about 'Why Indians Vote: Reflections on Rights, Citizenship, and Democracy from a Tamil Nadu Village'

Just after the Indian election, and three months before it comes out in the print edition of Antipode in September, here we present 'Why Indians Vote: Reflections on Rights, Citizenship, and...
Read More

Intervention – 'Defending Future Commons: The Gezi Experience' by Ozan Karaman

Ozan Karaman, University of Glasgow, ozan.karaman@glasgow.ac.uk The 2013 uprising in Turkey commenced with a call by a handful of activists to guard a park located adjacent to Taksim Square - the...
Read More

Critical Cartography as Transformational Learning

by David Meek, University of Georgia A fundamental principle of critical geography is that maps are embodiments of power, differentially legitimizing particular communities, histories, and practices...
Read More

Video abstract – Leah Horowitz talks about 'Translation Alignment: Actor-Network Theory, Resistance, and the Power Dynamics of Alliance in New Caledonia'

Last week we reiterated how here at AntipodeFoundation.org we welcome what political scientists and academic bloggers Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson call the communication of “bottom-line...
Read More