Transforming space, creating place

by David Meek, University of Georgia On 17 April 1996 a massacre occurred in the southeastern corner of the Brazilian Amazon. 21 members of the Brazilian Landless Workers’ Movement (Movimento dos...
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Video abstract – Leah Horowitz talks about 'Translation Alignment: Actor-Network Theory, Resistance, and the Power Dynamics of Alliance in New Caledonia'

Last week we reiterated how here at AntipodeFoundation.org we welcome what political scientists and academic bloggers Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson call the communication of “bottom-line...
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Leaning into the blues epistemology

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley There was a terrific session at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers this year that looked at the life and work of Clyde Adrian Woods, a...
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Intervention – Where’s our agency? The role of grading in the neoliberalization of public universities

by Culum Canally, Wilfrid Laurier University Over the last several years I have been involved in numerous discussions and academic panels that lament the reduction in public funding and simultaneous...
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The winter of Occupy Wall Street?

by David Meek, University of Georgia The Occupy Wall Street movement has focused a magnifying lens on the complex relationships between space and resistance. As we pay attention to the evolution of...
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Attending to imbricated spaces

by David Meek, University of Georgia Since its first manifestation in September 2011, the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement has occupied communication spaces at various scales. Throughout the world,...
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The Lone Protester (photograph by Jesse Goldstein)

Virtual issue – 'The protester'

George W. Bush, like Stalin (1939 and 1942) and Reagan (1980 and 1983) got it twice (2000 and 2004). Bush snr (1990) and Hitler (1938) were one-time winners. Good guys get it sometimes, too: Martin...
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