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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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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The Politics of Climate Change

We plugged their anarchist geographies special issue last week, and this week we've another special issue of ACME - 'The Politics of Climate Change', guest-edited by friend (and now neighbour) of...
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Intervention – The Right against the city

by Antonis Vradis, London School of Economics “Reclaim our cities”. “Self-organise”. “Take neighbourhood action”. Consider these slogans for a moment. Sound familiar? Indeed they should,...
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The message

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York Not too long ago, a forwarded message arrived in my inbox. Simply titled ‘2012’, it was addressed to dozens of other people, and I could see...
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What’s the point of radical scholarship?

Radical scholarship: what’s it all about? So Clive Barnett, a geographer at the Open University, has been asking over at his blog, Pop Theory. Barnett has been ‘thinking out loud’ (his words!)...
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Who cleans up this mess?

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York The short film Trash-Out (freely viewable at http://www.pbs.org/pov/trashout/full.php through August 2014) offers an unflinching look at the nitty...
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