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Video abstract – “Working for Inclusion? Conditional Cash Transfers, Rural Women, and the Reproduction of Inequality”

All of the papers to be published in Antipode 48(5) are now available online. Tara Cookson’s “Working for Inclusion? Conditional Cash Transfers, Rural Women, and the Reproduction of Inequality” went online … Continue reading

2 August 2016 · 1 Comment

Intervention – “Taxing Sugar, Sweetening Inequality: Disrupting George Osborne’s ‘Sugar Tax’ with the Agential Properties of Sugar Itself”

Louise MacAllister, Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter Predictions for the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne’s Spring 2016 Budget were of tax cuts for … Continue reading

17 May 2016 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – Paul Jackson talks about ‘The Crisis of the “Disadvantaged Child”: Poverty Research, IQ, and Muppet Diplomacy in the 1960s’

The first issue of next year’s volume is almost ready for the printers – and is looking great. We’ve got Gayatri Spivak’s 2012 Antipode AAG Lecture ‘Scattered Speculations on Geography‘ … Continue reading

10 September 2013 · 1 Comment

Geraldine Pratt to speak at QMUL on ‘Temporary foreign workers and their children: (neo)liberal compromises and the violence of inclusion’

We’re pleased to announce that Antipode author and Institute for the Geographies of Justice contributor Geraldine Pratt (UBC Geography) will be speaking at Queen Mary, University of London’s School of … Continue reading

1 March 2012 · Leave a comment

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