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Video abstract – Federico Ferretti talks about “Between Radical Geography and Humanism: Anne Buttimer and the International Dialogue Project”

Forthcoming in Antipode 51(4) this September, and available online now, Federico Ferretti’s latest paper, “Between Radical Geography and Humanism: Anne Buttimer and the International Dialogue Project”, argues for a rediscovery … Continue reading

6 June 2019 · Leave a comment

Latest book reviews

Readers will no doubt know that all Antipode book reviews in our online repository, Wiley Online Library, are freely available to download, and that since 2013 we’ve been publishing all … Continue reading

18 October 2017 · 1 Comment

The Union of Socialist Geographers Newsletter, 1975-1983

We’re pleased to announce that AntipodeFoundation.org is now the home of the archive of the Union of Socialist Geographers! Thanks to the tireless work of Jim Thatcher (University of Washington … Continue reading

28 June 2017 · 3 Comments

Intervention Symposium – “Did We Accomplish the Revolution in Geographic Thought?”

44 years ago we published David Harvey’s essay “Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Theory in Geography and the Problem of Ghetto Formation”. Taking geographers to task, demanding some serious self-criticism, it was subject to … Continue reading

20 December 2016 · 6 Comments

Anarchism! Video abstract, new paper, and more…

One of the most fertile areas of radical/critical geography at the moment has got to be anarchist geographies. Coming out in the journal we’ve had a special issue (papers here … Continue reading

1 March 2016 · Leave a comment

Book review symposium – James C. Scott’s ‘Two Cheers for Anarchism’

Just in time for this year’s festival of self-organisation on May 1st, International Workers’ Day, we’re pleased to present a book review symposium on James C. Scott’s Two Cheers for … Continue reading

28 April 2014 · 3 Comments

Video abstract – Federico Ferretti talks about ‘“They have the right to throw us out”: Élisée Reclus’ New Universal Geography’

We had quite a bit of anarchism on the site late last year with Simon Springer, Anthony Ince, Jenny Pickerill, Gavin Brown and Adam Barker’s special issue of the journal, … Continue reading

15 March 2013 · 2 Comments

Did Somebody Say Anarchism?

We had two special issues on anarchism yesterday (see here) and today’s we’ve a paper hot off the press – Federico Ferretti’s ‘“They have the right to throw us out”: … Continue reading

8 January 2013 · Leave a comment

More Anarchist Geographies

You wait almost 35 years for a special issue on anarchist geographies, and then two arrive at once… Antipode‘s ‘Anarchist Geographies‘ came out late last year (you can see one … Continue reading

7 January 2013 · 6 Comments

Radical Geography in the Interwar Period: Disciplinary Trajectories and Hidden Histories – CFP RGS-IBG 2013

An interesting call for papers from Alex Vasudevan’s blog, Experimental Geographies. The history of radical geography – perhaps unsurprisingly – is something we’re really interested in here at Antipode – … Continue reading

4 January 2013 · Leave a comment

Antipode special issue – ‘Anarchist Geographies’

Antipode 44(5), a special issue entitled ‘Anarchist Geographies’, is out now. Links to the papers, which together seek to ‘reanimate’ radical geography’s anarchist traditions, are below, and you can see … Continue reading

22 October 2012 · 2 Comments

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