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Antipode on the Commonwealth Games 2014

It’s Glasgow’s day in the sun, with the Commonwealth Games starting soon. While the sunshine currently bathing the city might be remarkable (the sun never shines in the UK in … Continue reading

23 July 2014 · Leave a comment

Author interview – Patrick Bresnihan and Michael Byrne talk about ‘Escape into the City: Everyday Practices of Commoning and the Production of Urban Space in Dublin’

Published online earlier this month, Patrick Bresnihan and Michael Byrne’s ‘Escape into the City: Everyday Practices of Commoning and the Production of Urban Space in Dublin‘ (which will be in … Continue reading

21 July 2014 · 2 Comments

Intervention – ‘The Southbank and the Skaters: The Cultural Politics of Subversion’

Oli Mould, Royal Holloway, University of London The language of cultural development, and its insertion into contemporary urban politics, has been the source of much academic and public scrutiny of … Continue reading

3 February 2014 · Leave a comment

Latest issue of Antipode out now, and the Right to the City in China

45(5), the November 2013 issue of the journal, is out now. There are papers on: land, labour and migration (Tom Perreault’s Dispossession by Accumulation?, Robert Michael Bridi’s Labour Control in … Continue reading

28 November 2013 · 2 Comments

Intervention – ‘Defending Future Commons: The Gezi Experience’ by Ozan Karaman

Ozan Karaman, University of Glasgow, ozan.karaman@glasgow.ac.uk The 2013 uprising in Turkey commenced with a call by a handful of activists to guard a park located adjacent to Taksim Square – … Continue reading

27 August 2013 · 3 Comments

Crofters, crafters, diggers and dreamers: Romantics or radicals?

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol There’s a new political movement on the scene and it’s not afraid to get out its knitting-needles. Craftivism is “the practice of engaged creativity, … Continue reading

31 July 2012 · Leave a comment

Katherine Gibson in Edinburgh and an open access virtual issue

***Video now available here*** Today’s the day! Katherine Gibson (Community Economies Collective / University of Western Sydney) will be giving the 2012 Antipode RGS-IBG lecture, ‘Take Back the Economy, Any … Continue reading

3 July 2012 · 1 Comment

Virtual issue – ‘Imagining and Enacting Community Economies’

“What if we were to accept that the goal of thinking is not to extend knowledge by confirming what we already know, that the world is a place of domination … Continue reading

20 June 2012 · 10 Comments

Life and time(s) in the neoliberal university: Tell me about it (seriously, do)

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York Last semester I spent one night a week sleeping on the floor in a small, windowless student office at my university. I … Continue reading

21 May 2012 · 12 Comments

OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons and Questions, Part II

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York I began part one of this essay with a trip to the Hunter College Women’s Day Fair, where the OWS Screenprinters Coop … Continue reading

12 April 2012 · 7 Comments

OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons, and Questions, Part I

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York This past week, the OWS Screenprinters Cooperative had a table set up at Hunter College’s Women’s Day Fair, screenprinting and selling tee-shirts, … Continue reading

21 March 2012 · 4 Comments

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