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New issue of Antipode, out now

The latest issue of Antipode is now available. Volume 48, number 3 (the 44th issue I’ve shepherded to press!?) contains no fewer than 16 papers; it’s a real showcase, exhibiting just how varied...
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Video abstract – 'The Hollowing Out of Brazilian Metropolitan Governance As We Know It: Restructuring and Rescaling the Developmental State in Metropolitan Space'

Antipode 46(3) goes to the printers first thing in the new year, and it's shaping up nicely. There are papers on: 'adaptation machines' and the 'parasitic politics of life'; Agamben, postcoloniality...
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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 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...
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Review essay – “Recuperating Commodity Studies for a Marxist Political Economy: Possibilities and Limitations”

by Marion Werner, University at Buffalo, SUNY Ben Selwyn, Workers, State and Development in Brazil: Powers of Labour, Chains of Value. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012. ISBN...
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Transforming space, creating place

by David Meek, University of Georgia On 17 April 1996 a massacre occurred in the southeastern corner of the Brazilian Amazon. 21 members of the Brazilian Landless Workers’ Movement (Movimento dos...
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