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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

New book reviews for a new year

We’ve added eight nine new book reviews to the site this month. Starting with the newest… Greig Charnock (University of Manchester) on Werner Bonefeld’s Critical Theory and the Critique of … Continue reading

29 January 2015 · Leave a comment

Antipode 47(1) out now – and freely available without a subscription

We start the new year looking back to 2013 and the Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture. Presented in London by Bruce Braun (University of Minnesota) ‘New Materialisms and Neoliberal Natures’ was recorded … Continue reading

9 January 2015 · 3 Comments

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

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