Video abstract – Veronica Crossa talks about 'Play for Protest, Protest for Play: Artisan and Vendors’ Resistance to Displacement in Mexico City'

Forthcoming in Antipode 45(4), and available online now, Veronica Crossa's 'Play for Protest, Protest for Play: Artisan and Vendors’ Resistance to Displacement in Mexico City' focuses on the...
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The Politics of Climate Change

We plugged their anarchist geographies special issue last week, and this week we've another special issue of ACME - 'The Politics of Climate Change', guest-edited by friend (and now neighbour) of...
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Video abstract – Sapana Doshi talks about 'The Politics of the Evicted: Redevelopment, Subjectivity, and Difference in Mumbai’s Slum Frontier'

Today we're pleased to be making available a second video abstract from Antipode 45:3 (the first is available here). Sapana Doshi - an assistant professor in the University of Arizona's School of...
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“More war than night”: Violence, resistance, and territory in Pará, Brazil

by David Meek, University of Georgia Adora sits on a rock-hard couch, leaning back to blow smoke upwards where it is refracted by the daylight, streaming through cracks in her clapboard house. Adora...
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Critical Cartography as Transformational Learning

by David Meek, University of Georgia A fundamental principle of critical geography is that maps are embodiments of power, differentially legitimizing particular communities, histories, and practices...
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Video abstract – Matt Himley talks about 'Regularizing Extraction in Andean Peru: Mining and Social Mobilization in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility'

Mining and miners have been in the news a lot recently, with the injustices at Lonmin's Marikana mine taking centre stage (see here and here). For resource geographers we think there are connections...
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Rio+20 and the People’s Summit: Dialogic or Disconnected Spaces?

by David Meek, University of Georgia Critical educational scholars have extensively explored the diversity of ways in which people learn within social movements (Welton 1993; Spencer 1995; Walter...
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Video abstract – Phil Steinberg talks about 'Atlas Swam: Freedom, Capital, and Floating Sovereignties in the Seasteading Vision'

There's recently been a lot on AntipodeFoundation.org about utopian experiments. For one thing, we published a virtual issue of Antipode, 'Imagining and Enacting Community Economies', all about...
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Jan Satyagraha: Walking for land rights in India

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol A visitor to Bristol recently turned my attention to a mass demonstration for agrarian reform he has been involved in publicising. Jan Satyagraha...
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Occupy Wall Street and ‘Occupation’

by Kareem Rabie, City University of New York One of the first critiques of OWS from the left has come from Indigenous activists, Palestine solidarity workers, and others questioning the use of the...
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