A new issue and a video abstract – “Shared Social License: Mining and Conservation in the Peruvian Andes”

It seems everything is happening early here in the UK, with the PM calling a general election while the rest of us enjoy a remarkably summer-y spring, so at Antipode HQ we decided to publish...
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Antipode volume 47, issue 2 – out now

It's the first week of February and we've just published our March issue (!?)-Antipode 47:2. As you'll see, there are some superb essays in this issue, and we'd like to take this opportunity to make...
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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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New papers published in November

In the last month we've published seven great papers: Gentrification Interrupted in Salford, UK: From New Deal to “Limbo-Land” in a Contemporary Urban Periphery by Andrew Wallace (University of...
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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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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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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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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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Video abstract – Matt Himley talks about 'Regularizing Extraction in Andean Peru: Mining and Social Mobilization in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility'

Mining and miners have been in the news a lot recently, with the injustices at Lonmin's Marikana mine taking centre stage (see here and here). For resource geographers we think there are connections...
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