Intervention – “The Other Side of The Tracks: Contested Space, Commemoration, and Erasure”

David S. Rotenstein, Ph.D. Historian/Folklorist david.rotenstein@earthlink.net

The Talbot Avenue Bridge is contested space. The metal girder bridge was built in 1918 to span the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks in Silver Spring, an unincorporated community in Montgomery...
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Antipode 47(1) out now – and freely available without a subscription

We start the new year looking back to 2013 and the Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture. Presented in London by Bruce Braun (University of Minnesota) 'New Materialisms and Neoliberal Natures' was recorded by our...
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Antipode

New Antipode papers available now

The first two issues of Antipode 47 have now been sent to the publishers. They'll be available in Wiley Online Library in early 2015; the papers, though, can be read now. There are great essays in...
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New paper – 'British Jobs for British Workers? Negotiating Work, Nation, and Globalisation through the Lindsey Oil Refinery Disputes'

Forthcoming in Antipode 47(1), and available online now, British Jobs for British Workers? Negotiating Work, Nation, and Globalisation through the Lindsey Oil Refinery Disputes by Anthony Ince, David...
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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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