Intervention – “Christine Blasey Ford and Geographies of Aggression and Repair”

Natalie Oswin Department of Geography, McGill University natalie.oswin@mcgill.ca Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, DC on Thursday 27 September...
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Out now – Antipode volume 50, issue 2

It’s early February so, naturally, we’ve just published our March 2018 issue. Antipode 50(2) opens with eight essays spanning the breadth of contemporary critical geography… Karen Buckley’s...
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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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Intervention – “Where Were the Non-Heterosexual Young Men? The Challenges and Need for Further Research on Participant Recruitment Methods for Qualitative Research”

by Blake Hawkins, University of British Columbia, blake.hawkins@alumni.ubc.ca Introduction From September 2015 to January 2016, I lived in Prince George, Canada, to undertake fieldwork for my...
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Intervention – '#ArabsAndJewsRefuseToBeEnemies: Everyday Geopolitics of Peace'

Diana Martin, University of Portsmouth In June 2014 the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers in the Occupied Palestinian Territories set off a chain reaction of extreme violence....
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Intervention symposium – 'Reflections on the Events Surrounding Trayvon Martin'

Guest editor's introduction 'Home "Sick": Reflections on the Events Surrounding Trayvon Martin' by Priscilla McCutcheon, University of Connecticut “But this is something we going to have to learn...
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Geographers, get blogging

We’ve circulated calls for contributions to AntipodeFoundation.org before (see here), inviting interventions which either link published research to contemporary matters of concern or simply sketch...
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“In research terms, blogging is quite simply one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now…”

...so say Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson over at the LSE's Impact of social sciences: Maximising the impact of academic research blog. Whether or not we want to "de-emphasise the traditional...
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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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