A layered image composed of four encounters with water offered by each of the CritRest Collective. A mossy log alongside iridescent water is layered with the ripples of coastal delta waters, floating ice patches on a frozen lake, and a muddy stream with a tree-lined reflection.

Symposium: Critical Restoration Geographies

Introduction – Meandering through Critical Restoration Geographies: A Reading Group Collective The CritRest Collective – Christian Keeve (University of Kentucky), Erin Clancy (University of...
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Symposium – “Political Ecologies of Race: Settler Colonialism and Environmental Racism in the United States and Canada”

Edited by Levi Van Sant (George Mason University), Richard Milligan (Georgia State University) and Sharlene Mollett (University of Toronto Scarborough), this collection of ten essays is available...
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“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters”: The Role of Spirituality in African American Environmental Activism in the US South

The application deadline for this year’s Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards is looming large – 31 May 2019. This is the seventh year the Awards have...
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Book review essay – “The Colonial Anthropocene: Damage, Remapping, and Resurgent Resources” by Macarena Gómez-Barris

Alexis Pauline Gumbs, M Archive: After the End of the World, Duke University Press, 2018 Anna Tsing, Heather Swanson, Elaine Gan and Nils Bubandt (eds), Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Ghosts and...
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“Much More Than You Think: The Spatialities of Italian Autonomy” – Interview with Neil Gray, author of “Beyond the Right to the City: Territorial Autogestion and the Take over the City Movement in 1970s Italy”

Neil Gray and Hamish Kallin, June 2018 Hamish Kallin: What first got you interested in Italian autonomism? Neil Gray: My personal biography is perhaps not of much interest, but reflecting on this...
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Announcing the “Clyde Woods Black Geographies Specialty Group Graduate Student Paper Award”

Antipode is proud to be working with the AAG’s Black Geographies Specialty Group (BGSG) to support their new graduate student paper award, named in honour of the late Clyde Woods… Clyde Woods...
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On Being Outside “the Project”: A Symposium in honor of Susan Christopherson

The radical geography community lost one of its leading lights last year when Susan Christopherson, Professor of City and Regional Planning and Department Chair at Cornell, passed away. In 1989,...
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Intervention – “Race, Rurality, and Radical Geography in the US”

Levi Van Sant (Georgia Southern University) and Kai Bosworth (University of Minnesota) The election of Donald Trump, exacerbated by Brexit and the apparent growth of right wing populism around the...
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Intervention – “The Trump Effect? Whiteness, Masculinity, and Working-Class Lives”

Barbara Ellen Smith (Virginia Tech) and Jamie Winders (Syracuse University) In this intervention, we critique the ways that the combination of whiteness, masculinity, and economic precarity in...
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