Intervention – “The Other Side of The Tracks: Contested Space, Commemoration, and Erasure”

David S. Rotenstein, Ph.D. Historian/Folklorist david.rotenstein@earthlink.net

The Talbot Avenue Bridge is contested space. The metal girder bridge was built in 1918 to span the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks in Silver Spring, an unincorporated community in Montgomery...
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Video abstract – “All That Is Solid Melts into the Bay: Anticipatory Ruination and Climate Change Adaptation”

It’s only the first week of February and already we’re preparing for the publication of 2019’s second issue. Today, though, let’s look back to January and enjoy the second video abstract...
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Intervention – “Changing the Question from ‘The End of Austerity?’ to ‘What Ends in Austerity?’”

Ruth Raynor School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape, Newcastle University Ruth.Raynor@Newcastle.ac.uk A short break from ceaseless punditry on “Brexit” was given over to chancellor...
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Intervention – “Prepper Pedagogy: Civil Defense, Emergency Preparedness, and Nation Building”

Sara Matthews, Department of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University;  smatthews@wlu.ca Ileana I. Diaz, Department of Geography & Environmental Management, University of Waterloo Murtadha...
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Video abstract – Sig Langegger's "After the Ban: The Moral Economy of Property"

It's early January and already we're looking forward to volume 48, issue 3 of Antipode, which comes out this June. The issue is shaping up nicely, with papers on: Occupy, postsecularity and...
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'Race, Space, and Nature' – two AAG sessions and an open access Antipode symposium

Just in time for the AAG annual meeting next month, our forthcoming symposium, Race, Space Nature, edited by Rachel Brahinsky (University of San Francisco), Jade Sasser (Loyola Marymount University)...
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Video abstract – Kevin Grove talks about 'Adaptation Machines and the Parasitic Politics of Life in Jamaican Disaster Resilience'

Antipode 46:3, our June 2014 issue, went to the publishers last week; it includes... The Spirits are Crying: Dispossessing Land and Possessing Bodies in Rural Cambodia by Alice Beban and Courtney...
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Rio+20, climate change, and critical scholarship: Beyond the critique of ‘green neoliberalism’?

by Sara Nelson, University of Minnesota According to critical accounts of the recent Rio+20 summit, the results of the convention were predictable: failure to reach binding agreements; a lack of...
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