Video Abstract – “Cycling Lungs: Understanding Mobile Subjectivity as Enfleshed”

We’re delighted to share another video abstract from our January 2022 issue, Antipode 54(1) – A.C. Davidson talking about their new open access paper, “Cycling Lungs: Understanding Mobile...
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Video Abstract – “The Anaesthetic Politics of Being Unaffected: Embodying Insecure Digital Platform Labour”

Forthcoming in Antipode 54(1) in January 2022, and available open access now, David Bissell’s “The Anaesthetic Politics of Being Unaffected: Embodying Insecure Digital Platform Labour” builds...
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St Alphage House, City of London, UK (photo by Bradley L. Garrett)

Critical dialogue – Urban Exploration, Subject-Bodies, and the Politics of Difference

Forthcoming in print in the new year in Antipode 46(1), Carrie Mott and Susan Roberts' paper 'Not Everyone Has (the) Balls: Urban Exploration and the Persistence of Masculinist Geography' has been...
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Video abstract – Vera Chouinard talks about 'Precarious Lives in the Global South: On Being Disabled in Guyana'

Recently published online, and forthcoming in print in Antipode 46(2), Vera Chouinard's 'Precarious Lives in the Global South: On Being Disabled in Guyana' begins with an simple observation: most of...
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Video abstract – 'Not Everyone Has (the) Balls: Urban Exploration and the Persistence of Masculinist Geography'

A too rare bit of public geography appeared in The Guardian last Saturday; in 'The Strange World of Urban Exploration' writer, critic and Cambridge fellow Robert Macfarlane meets Oxford geographer...
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