The Old New Brutalism? Rekindling Brutalist Ethics from Artwashed Aesthetics

by Oli Mould (Royal Holloway, University of London) The fate of Robin Hood Gardens was sealed a long time ago. Ever since plans were formally submitted for its demolition in 2010, the long drawn-out...
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New Antipode Book Series title – "Enterprising Nature: Economics, Markets, and Finance in Global Biodiversity Politics" by Jessica Dempsey

Enterprising Nature: Economics, Markets, and Finance in Global Biodiversity Politics tracks the rise of a powerful idea in global biodiversity conservation. Many ecologists, bureaucrats, and...
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New issue of Antipode, out now

The latest issue of Antipode is now available. Volume 48, number 3 (the 44th issue I’ve shepherded to press!?) contains no fewer than 16 papers; it’s a real showcase, exhibiting just how varied...
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Video abstract – "Conceptualising European Privatisation Processes After the Great Recession"

Forthcoming in our June 2016 issue (volume 48, number 3), and available on Early View now, Julien Mercille and Enda Murphy's "Conceptualising European Privatisation Processes After the Great...
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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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Intervention – 'Crammed Contested Strip: Democracy in the New Republic' by Andy Merrifield

Andy Merrifield, Fellow, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge I was in Athens not long ago, at a conference called “Crisis-Scapes”, organized by a talented anarchist collective who a...
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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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Intervention – The London Olympics: Urban Geopolitics

by Marijn Nieuwenhuis, University of Warwick As the London Olympics 2012 draw to a final close and the city returns to its quotidian routine it is perhaps time to analyse some of the long-term...
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Thoughts on transition: Public education, social justice, and geography

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley This was originally presented at the commencement ceremony for the Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley in May 2012. Many thanks to Rachel for...
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Precarity and housing politics in austerity London, UK

by Mara Ferreri, Queen Mary, University of London On 27 February 2012, London’s Occupy LSX was evicted, as was the School of Ideas. At the time of writing, only the protest camp at Finsbury Square...
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