Henri Lefebvre, open access in Antipode – ‘The Theory of Ground Rent and Rural Sociology’

Hot off the press this week we have something special courtesy of Stuart Elden (University of Warwick) and Adam David Morton (University of Sydney) – a translation (by Warwick's Matthew Dennis)...
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Gramsci Space, Nature, Politics

Featured video – 'Gramsci: Space, Nature, Politics' book launch

Edited by Michael Ekers (University of Toronto, Scarborough), Gillian Hart (University of California, Berkeley), Stefan Kipfer (York University) and Alex Loftus (King's College London), Gramsci:...
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Video abstract – 'Provincializing Urban Political Ecology: Towards a Situated UPE Through African Urbanism'

The March issue of Antipode - volume 46, number 2 - is out now... From Necropolis to Blackpolis: Necropolitical Governance and Black Spatial Praxis in São Paulo, Brazil by Jaime Amparo...
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A preview of Antipode 45(5) and video abstract – 'Labour Control in the Tobacco Agro-spaces'

The last issue of this year's volume goes to the publishers this week.  Antipode 45(5) opens with Tom Perreault looking at mining, water, and the nature of enclosure in Bolivia, before moving on to...
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Gramscian Geographies

We've been making connections between Antipode papers and work published in other journals recently, looking at the excellent ACME special issues on anarchist and autonomous geographies and the...
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Review essay – “Recuperating Commodity Studies for a Marxist Political Economy: Possibilities and Limitations”

by Marion Werner, University at Buffalo, SUNY Ben Selwyn, Workers, State and Development in Brazil: Powers of Labour, Chains of Value. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012. ISBN...
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Neil Smith in Antipode

Radical scholars have been remembering their friend, teacher and comrade Neil Smith this week. The good people at Environment and Planning D: Society and Space have pulled together a superb set of...
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'Then, like now…': The roots of radical geography, a personal account

What follows is a version of the paper one-time Professor (but life-long professor) of geography Clark Akatiff presented at the 2007 AAG annual meeting in San Francisco. Clark's reflections on the...
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