A Radical Geography Community
Antipode’s sixth Institute for the Geographies of Justice took place in Montréal, Québec, Canada, from 5 to 9 June 2017.
It was organised by Nik Heynen (University of Georgia) and Andrew Kent (Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography / the Antipode Foundation) with Rosemary-Claire Collard, Kevin Gould, Norma Rantisi and Ted Rutland (Concordia University), and held at Concordia’s Department of Geography, Planning and Environment.
The Institute’s facilitated discussion groups, debates and panels, training and skills development modules, and plenary sessions were led by Nicholas Blomley (Simon Fraser University), Alain Deneault (Collège international de philosophie, Paris), Cindi Katz (City University of New York), Katherine McKittrick (Queen’s University / Antipode) and Jamie Peck (University of British Columbia / the Antipode Foundation).
Mohawk scholars and activists Ellen Gabriel and Clifton Nicholas led field trips and other sessions; Francis Boots and Philip Deere opened the week with a welcome ceremony. We were pleased to welcome graduate student and early-career participants from all over: