Author interview – Patrick Bresnihan and Michael Byrne talk about 'Escape into the City: Everyday Practices of Commoning and the Production of Urban Space in Dublin'

Published online earlier this month, Patrick Bresnihan and Michael Byrne's 'Escape into the City: Everyday Practices of Commoning and the Production of Urban Space in Dublin' (which will be in print...
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Latest issue of Antipode out now, and the Right to the City in China

45(5), the November 2013 issue of the journal, is out now. There are papers on: land, labour and migration (Tom Perreault's Dispossession by Accumulation?, Robert Michael Bridi's Labour Control in...
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March issue of Antipode out now

Antipode 45(2) is out now. There's the Editorial Collective's annual editorial asking 'What does it mean to win?', one intervention from Hilda Kurtz considering the Trayvon Martin case and US...
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Crofters, crafters, diggers and dreamers: Romantics or radicals?

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol There’s a new political movement on the scene and it’s not afraid to get out its knitting-needles. Craftivism is “the practice of engaged creativity,...
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Video abstract – Nausheen Anwar talks about 'State Power, Civic Participation and the Urban Frontier'

Issue 3 of Antipode's 44th volume will be out next month, and in it we have papers on worker co-operatives and spaces of possibility; actor-network theory and the politics of resistance; emissions...
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Jan Satyagraha: Walking for land rights in India

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol A visitor to Bristol recently turned my attention to a mass demonstration for agrarian reform he has been involved in publicising. Jan Satyagraha...
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Cash crops in the wildlands: Different worlds are at stake

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol “No-one is forced . This is an absolute lie. The people around Gambella are inhabiting the place in a very scattered manner” Ethiopian government (quoted...
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Carbon debt and climate justice: Moving on from Durban

by Sara Nelson, University of Minnesota Carbon prices fell to record lows on 5 January, with declines driven by the Eurozone debt crisis and an over-allocation of credits in Europe’s Emissions...
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New enclosures of the carbon market, Part II: Reimagining the commons

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol In my last post I reflected on a bizarre paradox – the 'carbon credits' with which governments buy out their emissions are providing justification for the...
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New enclosures of the carbon market, Part I: Sub-Saharan ‘land-grabs’ as accumulation by dispossession

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol In late September 2011, news of another ‘land grabbing’ fiasco briefly hit the international headlines (Al Jazeera 2011; Lang 2011; Vidal 2011a; 2011b)...
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