Intervention – “‘Democratic Confederalism is for Everyone’: Ethnographic Reflections on The Long March for Kurdistan and Öcalan”

by Patrick W. Huff (Birkbeck, University of London) Night had fallen by the time I arrived in Wasselonne, a small village in France’s Alsace region bordering Germany. I came to join...
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Intervention – "Reclaiming Hope Within the Geopolitics of Economic Bullying: The Case of SYRIZA and Post-Referendum Greece"

by Maria Pentaraki, Queen's University Belfast (M.Pentaraki@qub.ac.uk), and Janet Speake, Liverpool Hope University (SPEAKEJ@hope.ac.uk) “When the ‘OXI-NO’ vote in the referendum became a...
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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'...
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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...
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Intervention – “Your freedom smells like teargas!” Deconstructing Europe’s Critique of Turkey’s Policing of the 2013 Protests

Till F. Paasche, Geography Department, Soran University, Kurdish Region, Iraq During the summer of 2013 mass protests against the politics of Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdoğan disrupted the country...
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Intervention – 'Rethinking Democracy in Iran: Rouhani President Elect of Iranians'

by Simin Fadaee, Humboldt-University of Berlin The landslide victory of moderate-reformist Hassan Rouhani in Iran's recent presidential election came as a surprise for the West. Until the day of the...
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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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Video abstract – Megan Ybarra talks about "You Cannot Measure a Tzuultaq'a": Cultural Politics at the Limits of Liberal Legibility

Here Megan Ybarra, Assistant Professor of Politics, Latin American Studies, and American Ethnic Studies at Willamette University, talks about her paper "You Cannot Measure a Tzuultaq'a": Cultural...
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