Video abstract – “A Chronotope of Containment Development: Europe’s Migrant Crisis and Africa’s Reterritorialization”

Forthcoming in early 2019 in the first issue of our 50th anniversary volume, Antipode 51(1), and available online now, “A Chronotope of Containment Development: Europe’s Migrant Crisis and...
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Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards – 2017/18 recipients

As many will know, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography is owned by the Antipode Foundation, a charity registered here in the UK. The Foundation grants an exclusive right to publish the journal...
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Video abstract – “The Agnotology of Eviction in South Lebanon’s Palestinian Gatherings: How Institutional Ambiguity and Deliberate Ignorance Shape Sensitive Spaces” by Nora Stel

Just published in our November 2016 issue–Antipode volume 48, number 5–Nora Stel’s “The Agnotology of Eviction in South Lebanon’s Palestinian Gatherings: How Institutional Ambiguity and...
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2014 – a new year and a new issue

It's been off the press for just under 24 hours so it's not too hot to handle; time to open up Antipode 46:1, the bumper (and open access) first issue of 2014... We start with Gayatri Chakravorty...
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Video abstract – Paul Jackson talks about 'The Crisis of the "Disadvantaged Child": Poverty Research, IQ, and Muppet Diplomacy in the 1960s'

The first issue of next year's volume is almost ready for the printers - and is looking great. We've got Gayatri Spivak's 2012 Antipode AAG Lecture 'Scattered Speculations on Geography' and papers on...
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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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Video abstract – Ian Shaw talks about 'The Unbearable Humanness of Drone Warfare in FATA, Pakistan'

Readers may have seen Derek Gregory's excellent essay, 'Supplying war in Afghanistan: The frictions of distance', at Open Democracy this week. Among other things, Gregory discusses drone warfare in...
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Video abstract – Nausheen Anwar talks about 'State Power, Civic Participation and the Urban Frontier'

Issue 3 of Antipode's 44th volume will be out next month, and in it we have papers on worker co-operatives and spaces of possibility; actor-network theory and the politics of resistance; emissions...
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