Wiley papers freely available for LGBT Pride Month

Pride Month is an annual celebration marking the 1969 Stonewall protests (making it a couple of months older than the journal - we started August '69), and this year our publisher, Wiley, are making...
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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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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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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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Intervention – 'The Southbank and the Skaters: The Cultural Politics of Subversion'

Oli Mould, Royal Holloway, University of London The language of cultural development, and its insertion into contemporary urban politics, has been the source of much academic and public scrutiny of...
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Intervention – 'Doing the Right Thing in Detroit' by Andy Merrifield

“Neutrality isn’t cool” -- Justin Ravitz, Marxist Judge of Detroit Recorder’s Court, 1980 A little while ago, I participated in an evening of revolutionary politics at the Roxy Bar and...
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Featured video – 'A Buzz in My Hub: Gender, Race, and Performing the Creative City'

by Heather McLean, York University Toby Sharp is an urban philosopher, a think tank hipster, a TED-talking ‘creative city’ guru with the vision to transform any city. A composite character...
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Video abstract – Veronica Crossa talks about 'Play for Protest, Protest for Play: Artisan and Vendors’ Resistance to Displacement in Mexico City'

Forthcoming in Antipode 45(4), and available online now, Veronica Crossa's 'Play for Protest, Protest for Play: Artisan and Vendors’ Resistance to Displacement in Mexico City' focuses on the...
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Intervention – The Right against the city

by Antonis Vradis, London School of Economics “Reclaim our cities”. “Self-organise”. “Take neighbourhood action”. Consider these slogans for a moment. Sound familiar? Indeed they should,...
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Neoliberal Urbanism – A Symposium with Nik Theodore, Neil Brenner and Jamie Peck

To mark the ten-year anniversary of Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe - an Antipode Book Series title edited by Neil Brenner and Nik Theodore - the...
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