Video abstract – 'Rescaled "Rebel Cities", Nationalization, and the Bourgeois Utopia: Dialectics Between Urban Social Movements and Regulation for Japan's Homeless'

Forthcoming in Antipode 47(2) early next year, Mahito Hayashi's 'Rescaled "Rebel Cities", Nationalization, and the Bourgeois Utopia: Dialectics Between Urban Social Movements and Regulation for...
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Critical dialogue – ‘The Spatial Paradoxes of “Radical” Activism’

Sarah Launius, University of Arizona Jill Williams’ recent intervention on AntipodeFoundation.org, ‘The Spatial Paradoxes of “Radical” Activism’, presents the recent high-profile actions of...
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Video abstract – 'Solidarity™: Student Activism, Affective Labor, and the Fair Trade Campaign in the United States'

Published earlier this year in Antipode 45(3), Bradley Wilson and Joe Curnow's 'Solidarity™: Student Activism, Affective Labor, and the Fair Trade Campaign in the United States' examines ethical...
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Intervention – “Your freedom smells like teargas!” Deconstructing Europe’s Critique of Turkey’s Policing of the 2013 Protests

Till F. Paasche, Geography Department, Soran University, Kurdish Region, Iraq During the summer of 2013 mass protests against the politics of Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdoğan disrupted the country...
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Intervention – 'Rethinking Democracy in Iran: Rouhani President Elect of Iranians'

by Simin Fadaee, Humboldt-University of Berlin The landslide victory of moderate-reformist Hassan Rouhani in Iran's recent presidential election came as a surprise for the West. Until the day of the...
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Video abstract – Vanesa Castán Broto talks about 'Symbolic Violence and the Politics of Environmental Pollution Science: The Case of Coal Ash Pollution in Bosnia and Herzegovina'

From our current issue, Antipode 45(3), here we have University College London's Vanesa Castán Broto speaking about her paper 'Symbolic Violence and the Politics of Environmental Pollution...
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Book Review – Dave Featherstone on Carl Griffin’s “The Rural War: Captain Swing and the Politics of Protest”

Here Dave Featherstone (School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow) reviews Carl Griffin's The Rural War: Captain Swing and the Politics of Protest, which was published last...
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New Antipode Book Series title – ‘The Down-deep Delight of Democracy’

Last month saw the release of a new title in the Antipode Book Series - Mark Purcell's The Down-deep Delight of Democracy. In the book - chapter one of which can be read here - Mark argues that the...
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Video abstract – Megan Ybarra talks about "You Cannot Measure a Tzuultaq'a": Cultural Politics at the Limits of Liberal Legibility

Here Megan Ybarra, Assistant Professor of Politics, Latin American Studies, and American Ethnic Studies at Willamette University, talks about her paper "You Cannot Measure a Tzuultaq'a": Cultural...
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