Celebrating 50 years of publishing a Radical Journal of Geography, 1969-2019

New year, new issue

Hard copies of the journal (yes, we still do those!) have been delivered this week. The first issue of Antipode‘s 45th volume contains 12 papers and a short essay from the winner of the 2012-13 Antipode Graduate Student Scholarship…


Climate LeviathanJoel Wainwright and Geoff Mann (see also the symposium consisting of several critical responses and the authors’ reply here)

Immigrants, Banlieues, and Dangerous Things: Ideology as an Aesthetic AffairMustafa Dikeç

Audit Bodies: Embodied Participation, Disability Universalism, and Accessibility in IndiaMichele Friedner and Jamie Osborne

Reconceptualizing Resistance: Residuals of the State and Democratic Radical PluralismDeborah G. Martin and Joseph Pierce

Teaching Global and Social Justice as Transgressive Spaces of PossibilitySara C. Motta

Participation and Passive Revolution: The Reproduction of Neoliberal Water Governance Mechanisms in Durban, South AfricaFiona Nash

The Adaptative Nature of Neoliberalism at the Local Scale: Fifteen Years of City Improvement Districts in Cape Town and JohannesburgSophie Didier, Marianne Morange and Elisabeth Peyroux (the authors introduce their paper in a video abstract here)

Constructed Revolutions: Cinematic Representation of the Spaces of Politics – Ankara: Serdce Tureckii – Guven Arif Sargın

Regimes of Ethical Value? Landscape, Race, and Representation in the Canadian Diamond IndustryKolson Schlosser

Unfree Again: Social Reproduction, Flexible Labour Markets, and the Resurgence of Gang Labour in the UKKendra Strauss

Banking Nature? The Spectacular Financialisation of Environmental ConservationSian Sullivan

Problematising Labour’s Agency: Rescaling Collective Bargaining in British Columbia Pulp and Paper MillsBrendan Sweeney and John Holmes

Territories of Life and Death on a Colombian FrontierTeo Ballvé (you can see Teo discussing his work in a video abstract here)

One comment on “New year, new issue

  1. Álvaro Sevilla Buitrago
    2 January 2013

    Reblogged this on multipliciudades and commented:
    Nuevo número de Antipode en circulación. Entre otros, trabajos de Mustafa Dikeç, Sara Motta y Teo Ballvé… y un artículo por Kendra Strauss que tiene una pinta tremenda…

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