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Authors Meet Critics: Harald Bauder’s Migration Borders Freedom and Pierpaolo Mudu and Sutapa Chattopadhyay’s Migration, Squatting and Radical Autonomy

Authors Meet Critics Migration Borders Freedom By Harald Bauder Migration, Squatting and Radical Autonomy Edited by Pierpaolo Mudu and Sutapa Chattopadhyay American Association of Geographers 2017 Annual Meeting, Boston, April … Continue reading

24 August 2017 · Leave a comment

Latest book reviews in Antipode

It’s a typical summer afternoon here in the UK (wet, cold and grey); what could be better than a good book (and cup of tea)? Andrew Brooks’ Clothing Poverty: The Hidden … Continue reading

15 July 2016 · 1 Comment

Video abstract – “Rhetoric in the Representation of a Multi-Ethnic Neighbourhood: The Case of Via Padova, Milan”

Forthcoming in Antipode 48(4)* in September 2016, and available online now, Pietro Verga’s “Rhetoric in the Representation of a Multi-Ethnic Neighbourhood: The Case of Via Padova, Milan” contributes to the debate over … Continue reading

20 April 2016 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – “Conceptualising European Privatisation Processes After the Great Recession”

Forthcoming in our June 2016 issue (volume 48, number 3), and available on Early View now, Julien Mercille and Enda Murphy’s “Conceptualising European Privatisation Processes After the Great Recession” looks at the wave of privatisation … Continue reading

2 February 2016 · Leave a comment

Virtual roundtable discussion, and free Antipode papers, on “Migration and the Refugee Crisis”

Antipode’s publisher, Wiley, runs a great philosophy blog – The Philosopher’s Eye. This Friday, 16 October, they will be hosting what they’re calling a “virtual roundtable discussion” on migration and … Continue reading

13 October 2015 · 2 Comments

New book reviews – migration, protest, enclosure, economies, and frontiers

For July we’ve added five new book reviews (and an author’s reply) to our open access repository Andrew Burridge (University of Exeter) on Olivier Clochard and Migreurop’s Atlas of Migration in … Continue reading

14 July 2014 · 2 Comments

Intervention – ‘Crammed Contested Strip: Democracy in the New Republic’ by Andy Merrifield

Andy Merrifield, Fellow, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge I was in Athens not long ago, at a conference called “Crisis-Scapes”, organized by a talented anarchist collective who a few … Continue reading

25 June 2014 · 1 Comment

Intervention – ‘Eastern partners or chaotic neighbors? The contested geopolitics and geoeconomics of integrating Ukraine and Moldova’

by Austin Crane, University of Washington-Seattle
, and Adam Levy, University of Colorado-Boulder Introduction Since 2004, the European Union’s Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) instrument has governed external relations with 28 surrounding countries … Continue reading

28 February 2014 · 3 Comments

Intervention – ‘Brittany topsy-turvy: The Bonnets Rouges movement’

Brittany topsy-turvy: The Bonnets Rouges movement Jean Gardin, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne* The Bonnets Rouges (‘Red Beanies’) movement has been developing since mid-October 2013 in Brittany (a region in north-western … Continue reading

2 January 2014 · 1 Comment

Intervention – “Your freedom smells like teargas!” Deconstructing Europe’s Critique of Turkey’s Policing of the 2013 Protests

Till F. Paasche, Geography Department, Soran University, Kurdish Region, Iraq During the summer of 2013 mass protests against the politics of Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdoğan disrupted the country (Al Jazeera … Continue reading

31 October 2013 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola talks about ‘Neoliberalizing Border Management in Finland and Schengen’

“…contemporary performances of border enforcement and security cannot be understood as distinct from the process of neoliberalization.” So argues University of Oulu geographer Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola in her forthcoming Antipode paper … Continue reading

2 May 2013 · 2 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

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