Video abstract – Paul Jackson talks about 'The Crisis of the "Disadvantaged Child": Poverty Research, IQ, and Muppet Diplomacy in the 1960s'

The first issue of next year's volume is almost ready for the printers - and is looking great. We've got Gayatri Spivak's 2012 Antipode AAG Lecture 'Scattered Speculations on Geography' and papers on...
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Happy Birthday Occupy!

Occupy Wall Street observes its first anniversary today with the culmination of three days of education, celebration and resistance in NYC (see here and here). To mark the occasion we've pulled some...
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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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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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Katherine Gibson in Edinburgh and an open access virtual issue

***Video now available here*** Today's the day! Katherine Gibson (Community Economies Collective / University of Western Sydney) will be giving the 2012 Antipode RGS-IBG lecture, 'Take Back the...
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Virtual issue – ‘Imagining and Enacting Community Economies’

“What if we were to accept that the goal of thinking is not to extend knowledge by confirming what we already know, that the world is a place of domination and oppression? What if instead we...
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Video abstract – Janelle Cornwell talks about ‘Worker Co-operatives and Spaces of Possibility’

Hot on the heels of Staff Reporter Jesse Goldstein's two-part essay on the OWS Screenprinters Coop and Guild which explores questions of markets, commons, and alternative ways of organising economic...
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OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons and Questions, Part II

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York I began part one of this essay with a trip to the Hunter College Women’s Day Fair, where the OWS Screenprinters Coop was set up for the day. ...
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OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons, and Questions, Part I

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York This past week, the OWS Screenprinters Cooperative had a table set up at Hunter College’s Women’s Day Fair, screenprinting and selling tee-shirts,...
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