Excess and the Outsides of Capitalism – A Conversation with Vinay Gidwani, Cindi Katz and Neferti Tadiar

Organised by Jessica Dempsey and Geraldine Pratt, UBC jessica.dempsey@geog.ubc.ca, gpratt@geog.ubc.ca

***A downloadable version of the following conversation is available here*** For decades now feminists from all over the world have rethought capitalism beyond the limitations of orthodox and...
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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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The 2016 Antipode AAG Lecture – “Now What?” by Michael Watts

The 2016 Antipode AAG Lecture Now What? Michael Watts University of California, Berkeley The 2016 Antipode AAG Lecture will be presented by Michael Watts on Wednesday 30th March, from 17:20 to...
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New title in the Antipode Book Series – Marion Werner's Global Displacements: The Making of Uneven Development in the Caribbean

This month we've published a new title in the Antipode Book Series—Marion Werner's Global Displacements: The Making of Uneven Development in the Caribbean. Challenging the main ways we debate...
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Public lectures and panels at Antipode’s 5th Institute for the Geographies of Justice – videos now available

The Antipode Foundation’s 5th Institute for the Geographies of Justice took place in Johannesburg, South Africa, in June. A highlight of the week was a series of public lectures and panels: On...
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Video abstract–Malini Ranganathan talks about "Storm Drains as Assemblages: The Political Ecology of Flood Risk in Post-Colonial Bangalore"

Forthcoming in Antipode 47(5) in November - and available online now - Malini Ranganathan's Storm Drains as Assemblages: The Political Ecology of Flood Risk in Post-Colonial Bangalore "materializes"...
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Book review essay – “Monopolizing Neoliberalism Away” by Brett Christophers

Monopolizing Neoliberalism Away by Brett Christophers, Institute for Housing and Urban Research, Uppsala University, brett.christophers@ibf.uu.se ***A pdf version of this essay is available...
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New papers and reviews for December

Thus far in December we've published three new papers, three reviews, and an Antipode lecture. Papers The Elusive Inclusive: Black Food Geographies and Racialized Food Spaces by Margaret Marietta...
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Video abstract – John Lauermann and Mark Davidson talk about 'Negotiating Particularity in Neoliberalism Studies: Tracing Development Strategies Across Neoliberal Urban Governance Projects'

In the third and final video abstract from Antipode 45(5) - the first and second are here and here - Clark University's John Lauermann and Mark Davidson tell us about their paper 'Negotiating...
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New Antipode Book Series title – ‘The Down-deep Delight of Democracy’

Last month saw the release of a new title in the Antipode Book Series - Mark Purcell's The Down-deep Delight of Democracy. In the book - chapter one of which can be read here - Mark argues that the...
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