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Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards – 2017/18 recipients

As many will know, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography is owned by the Antipode Foundation, a charity registered here in the UK. The Foundation grants an exclusive right to … Continue reading

10 August 2018 · 4 Comments

Intervention – “Race-baiting and The Writers’ Union of Canada” by NourbeSe Philip

In May 2017 Hal Niedzviecki wrote a short piece titled “Winning the appropriation prize” in Write magazine from the Writers’ Union of Canada (see Appendix 1) that reignited a conversation … Continue reading

12 June 2017 · Leave a comment

Hot off the press – Antipode 48(2)

Unlike the Independent here in the UK, Antipode still has a print edition, which we imagine is hot when it comes off the press… Either way it’s March, so the February issue … Continue reading

12 February 2016 · Leave a comment

Intervention – ‘Empty Words on Occupied Lands? Positionality, Settler Colonialism, and the Politics of Recognition’

by Vanessa Sloan Morgan, Department of Geography, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Traditional Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe Territories, Canada Positionality: An Empirical (and Personal) Example “I am a sixth generation settler from … Continue reading

2 July 2014 · 3 Comments

Intervention – ‘Addressing the Indigenous-Immigration “Parallax Gap”’

Anna Stanley, Canadian Studies, University of Toronto Sedef Arat-Koç, Politics, Ryerson University Laurie K. Bertram, History, University of Alberta Hayden King, Politics, Ryerson University In Canada, geographies of immigration and … Continue reading

18 June 2014 · 1 Comment

Antipode Foundation International Workshop Awards 2013/14 – the results

Last week we announced the winners of 2013/14’s Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project Awards, and today we can reveal the recipients of our International Workshop Awards. International Workshop Awards are intended … Continue reading

19 May 2014 · 2 Comments

Video abstract – Megan Ybarra talks about “You Cannot Measure a Tzuultaq’a”: Cultural Politics at the Limits of Liberal Legibility

Here Megan Ybarra, Assistant Professor of Politics, Latin American Studies, and American Ethnic Studies at Willamette University, talks about her paper “You Cannot Measure a Tzuultaq’a”: Cultural Politics at the … Continue reading

17 April 2013 · Leave a comment

Activism, environment, food, universities, and…post-Wall German filmmaking: Antipode volume 45, issue 3 out now

Antipode volume 45, number 3 out now…

15 April 2013 · 1 Comment

New enclosures of the carbon market, Part II: Reimagining the commons

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol In my last post I reflected on a bizarre paradox – the ‘carbon credits’ with which governments buy out their emissions are providing justification … Continue reading

20 January 2012 · 1 Comment

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