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

Hot off the press – Antipode 48(2)

Unlike the Independent here in the UK, Antipode still has a print edition, which we imagine is hot when it comes off the press… Either way it’s March, so the February issue of Antipode – volume 48, number 2 – is now out.

We’re really excited to be able to present such vibrant and varied work. The issue is a brilliant representation of our dynamic and broad-based (sub)discipline, covering urban and rural political ecology; migration and the right to the city; war and mobilities; waste; settler colonialism, gender, and race; subjectification in Israel-Palestine; conservation and indigeneity; food systems; land grabbing; housing and the commons; the production of environmental subjects; and gentrification in a city many readers will soon be travelling to, San Francisco…

In the Nature of the Non-City: Expanded Infrastructural Networks and the Political Ecology of Planetary Urbanisation

Martín Arboleda

Possibilities of Urban Belonging

Harald Bauder

Policing the Desert: The IOM in Libya Beyond War and Peace

Julien Brachet

Contesting Urban Metabolism: Struggles Over Waste-to-Energy in Delhi, India

Federico Demaria and Seth Schindler

White Settler Society as Monster: Rural Southeast Kansas, Ancestral Osage (Wah-Zha-Zhi) Territories, and the Violence of Forgetting

Levi Gahman

Death comes knocking on the roof”: Thanatopolitics of Ethical Killing During Operation Protective Edge in Gaza

Mikko Joronen

Protected Areas, Country and Value: The Nature-Culture Tyranny of the IUCN’s Protected Area Guidelines for Indigenous Australians

Emma Lee

Countermovement, Neoliberal Platoon, or Re-Gifting Depot? Understanding Decommodification in US Food Banks

John Lindenbaum

The Political Ecology of Palk Bay Fisheries: Geographies of Capital, Fisher Conflict, Ethnicity and Nation-State

Ajit Menon, Maarten Bavinck, Johny Stephen and R. Manimohan

The Power to Plunder: Rethinking Land Grabbing in Latin America

Sharlene Mollett

Beyond Tragedy: Differential Commoning in a Manufactured Housing Cooperative

Elsa Noterman

The New Nature of Things? Canada’s Conservative Government and the Design of the New Environmental Subject

Jonathan Peyton and Aaron Franks

The Post-Industrial “Shop Floor”: Emerging Forms of Gentrification in the Innovation Economy in San Francisco

John Stehlin

What do you think? Here at we value readers' responses and encourage comments

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Archive by category

Interventions Interviews News Other Reviews Video Abstracts Virtual Issues

Archive by date

Journal content

Antipode - Wiley Online Library

Antipode Book Series

Antipode - Wiley Online Library

Twitter updates

Enter your e-mail address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts.

Join 17,204 other followers

Transparency notice

Click here to read about how we use and protect the personal data of Antipode’s authors and referees and those applying for Antipode Foundation grants and places at events we organise

%d bloggers like this: