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Book Review Symposium – Peter James Hudson’s “Bankers and Empire: How Wall Street Colonized the Caribbean”

Thanks to Antipode’s very own Katherine McKittrick (Queen’s University) we’re able to present here a superb series of engagements with Peter James Hudson’s Bankers and Empire: How Wall Street Colonized … Continue reading

5 November 2018 · Leave a comment

Latest book reviews, December 2017

The end of 2017 is nigh, so it’s time to look back at the book reviews we’ve published in the last quarter… There are some timely essays in this latest … Continue reading

6 December 2017 · 1 Comment

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

Two new Spanish language book reviews

Today we published two new reviews, both penned by reviewers based at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Julio Gambina considers América Latina en la geopolítica del imperialismo by Atilio Borón, and Gonzalo Yurkievich takes on Mabel … Continue reading

22 February 2016 · Leave a comment

Intervention – ‘From Gaza: A Letter to a Friend’

25 September 2014 Dear Ya’akov, Or have you started calling yourself Jacob since you family moved to America from Tel Aviv?[1] Anyway, this is Yaqub. You remember, your namesake Yaqub, … Continue reading

6 October 2014 · 1 Comment

New book reviews – capitalism’s future, corporations enacted, queer activism in India, and C.L.R. James in Britain

We have four new book reviews for August: Vishrut Arya on Immanuel Wallerstein, Randall Collins, Michael Mann, Georgi Derluguian and Craig Calhoun’s Does Capitalism Have a Future?; Adam Mahoney on … Continue reading

6 August 2014 · Leave a comment

Intervention – ‘Merkel’s Geography: Maps and Territory in China’

by Marijn Nieuwenhuis, University of Warwick Maps are vital for the geographic imaginary of the state. They are, as David Harvey (2001) and others (see, for example, Crampton and Elden … Continue reading

11 June 2014 · 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

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

Intervention – From Baseworld to Droneworld

by Ian Shaw, University of Glasgow Our planet is garrisoned by a network of around 1,100 bases operated by the U.S. military. Many of these sites exist in shadow because … Continue reading

14 August 2012 · 9 Comments

Intervention – Past is present: Settler colonialism in Palestine

by Omar Jabary Salamanca (Ghent University), Mezna Qato (University of Oxford), Kareem Rabie (City University of New York) and Sobhi Samour (School of Oriental and African Studies, London) This is … Continue reading

8 June 2012 · 1 Comment

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