Intervention – “On the Function of ‘Crisis’ for Stateless Rohingya”

Patrick DeSutter, 2019-2020 Malini Chowdhury Fellow in Bangladesh Studies, University of California, Berkeley; pjdesutter@berkeley.edu On 5 September, the Bangladesh military escorted a group...
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Video abstract – “Smuggling, Trafficking, and Extortion: New Conceptual and Policy Challenges on the Libyan Route to Europe”

Forthcoming in Antipode 52(1) in January 2020 – and available online now – Katie Kuschminder and Anna Triandafyllidou’s open access paper, “Smuggling, Trafficking, and Extortion: New...
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Video abstract – “Generating Confusion, Concern, and Precarity through the Right to Rent Scheme in Scotland” – and two new issues

Looking forward to 2018 and Antipode’s 50th volume, we’ve got some brilliant papers coming out. We’ll get to the first and second issues below; first up there’s Issue 3, which will be out in...
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Virtual roundtable discussion, and free Antipode papers, on "Migration and the Refugee Crisis"

Antipode’s publisher, Wiley, runs a great philosophy blog – The Philosopher’s Eye. This Friday, 16 October, they will be hosting what they’re calling a “virtual roundtable discussion” on...
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Intervention – 'Corporate Privacy and Environmental Review at Export Development Canada'

'Corporate Privacy and Environmental Review at Export Development Canada: How Billions are Transferred to Enbridge and TransCanada Without Substantive Disclosure' by Kimia Ghomeshi...
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Video abstract – Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola talks about 'Neoliberalizing Border Management in Finland and Schengen'

"...contemporary performances of border enforcement and security cannot be understood as distinct from the process of neoliberalization." So argues University of Oulu geographer Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola...
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March issue of Antipode out now

Antipode 45(2) is out now. There's the Editorial Collective's annual editorial asking 'What does it mean to win?', one intervention from Hilda Kurtz considering the Trayvon Martin case and US...
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Intervention – Remote Sensing as Remote Control? A Political Geography of EU Border Surveillance

by Adam Levy, University of Colorado at Boulder When the EU received the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize for advancing “democracy and human rights in Europe”, it joined a group whose more incongruous...
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Intervention – Homeland Security and the Precarity of Life in the Borderlands

by Geoffrey Boyce (University of Arizona) and Jill Williams (Clark University) In Precarious Life, Judith Butler (2004) argues for a feminist transnational politics based on the precarity of life -...
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Video abstract – Kate Maclean talks about 'Gender, Risk and Micro-financial Subjectivities'

Here we have the second video abstract introducing a paper forthcoming in Antipode 45:2 - Kate Maclean talking about her 'Gender, Risk and Micro-financial Subjectivities'. Kate is a lecturer in the...
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