Intervention – “The Public Spaces of Trump Tower Reflect the Cruelty and Self-Dealing of the Trump Presidency”

Robert Rosenberger Georgia Institute of Technology rosenberger@gatech.edu The Trump administration will be forever remembered, among other things, as one that persecuted already disadvantaged people,...
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Antipode Volume 50, Number 3 – “Mediterranean Movements: Mobility Struggles, Border Restructuring, and the Humanitarian Frontier” – out now

The print and online versions of our June 2018 issue are out now. After opening with four brilliant contributions to conversations well-established in the journal – “Navigating the Fault Lines:...
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Video abstract – “Distinction and the Ethics of Violence: On the Legal Construction of Liminal Subjects and Spaces”

Forthcoming in Antipode 49(5) this November,* and available online now, Nicola Perugini and Neve Gordon’s “Distinction and the Ethics of Violence: On the Legal Construction of Liminal Subjects...
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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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By Vwpolonia75 (Jens K. Müller, Hamburg) (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Intervention – 'Removing the Monument to Overcoming Walls: Reflections on Contemporary Border Walls and the Politics of De-bordering'

Removing the Monument to Overcoming Walls: Reflections on Contemporary Border Walls and the Politics of De-bordering by Olivia Mena, London School of Economics and Political Science On a snowy...
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National Security Agency, Hire The Future Me

“The National Security Agency Civil Liberties & Privacy Officer (CLPO) is conceived as a completely new role…This new position is focused on the future, designed to directly enhance decision...
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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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