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Book Review Symposium – James Ferguson’s “Give a Man a Fish: Reflections on the New Politics of Distribution”

James Ferguson, Give a Man a Fish: Reflections on the New Politics of Distribution, Durham: Duke University Press, 2015. ISBN: 978-0-8223-5895-4 (cloth); ISBN: 978-0-8223-5886-2 (paper) Editor’s Introduction James Ferguson’s work … Continue reading

1 February 2017 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – Diarmaid Kelliher’s “Constructing a Culture of Solidarity: London and the British Coalfields in the Long 1970s”

Last week on AntipodeFoundation.org we featured all the papers forthcoming in January 2017 in Antipode 49(1). Here we delve a bit deeper, looking at Diarmaid Kelliher’s contribution, “Constructing a Culture of … Continue reading

21 September 2016 · 1 Comment

Video abstract – “Agricultural Justice, Abnormal Justice? An Analysis of Fair Trade’s Plantation Problem”

“A debate has arisen in the fair trade community regarding the certification of plantation crops. On one side of this debate is Fair Trade USA, which supports plantation certification. On … Continue reading

6 October 2015 · Leave a comment

The 2015 Antipode AAG Lecture – “People Without Property in Jobs: Stuart Hall and the Conundrums of Contemporary Urbanization in India”

On Wednesday April 22nd, Vinay Gidwani (University of Minnesota) presented the 2015 Antipode AAG Lecture. Entitled “People Without Property in Jobs: Stuart Hall and the Conundrums of Contemporary Urbanization in India”, … Continue reading

23 July 2015 · Leave a comment

Virtual issue – “People Without Property in Jobs: Stuart Hall and the Conundrums of Contemporary Urbanization in India”

On Wednesday April 22nd, Vinay Gidwani will be presenting the 2015 Antipode AAG Lecture from 17:20 to 19:00 in Grand C/D North, Hyatt, East Tower, Gold Level. His lecture will … Continue reading

15 April 2015 · 5 Comments

Book Review Symposium – Matthew Sparke’s ‘Introducing Globalization: Ties, Tensions, and Uneven Integration’

“The body is…both embedded in the processes that produce, sustain, bound, and ultimately dissolve it and internally contradictory by virtue of the multiple socio-ecological processes that converge upon it […] … Continue reading

8 April 2014 · 1 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

Book Review Symposium – Geraldine Pratt’s ‘Families Apart: Migrant Mothers and the Conflicts of Labor and Love’

This symposium brings together a group of scholars to discuss Prof. Geraldine Pratt’s monograph Families Apart: Migrant Mothers and the Conflicts of Labor and Love (University of Minnesota Press, 2012). … Continue reading

7 May 2013 · 2 Comments

Book Review – Dave Featherstone on Carl Griffin’s ‘The Rural War: Captain Swing and the Politics of Protest’

Here Dave Featherstone (School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow) reviews Carl Griffin’s The Rural War: Captain Swing and the Politics of Protest, which was published last year … Continue reading

29 April 2013 · 3 Comments

Gramscian Geographies

We’ve been making connections between Antipode papers and work published in other journals recently, looking at the excellent ACME special issues on anarchist and autonomous geographies and the politics of … Continue reading

16 January 2013 · 2 Comments

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