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Out now – Antipode volume 50, issue 2

It’s early February so, naturally, we’ve just published our March 2018 issue. Antipode 50(2) opens with eight essays spanning the breadth of contemporary critical geography… Karen Buckley’s “Space, Social Relations, and … Continue reading

7 February 2018 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – Mark Griffiths’s “Hope in Hebron: The Political Affects of Activism in a Strangled City”

Forthcoming in Antipode volume 49, issue 3 this June, and available online now, Mark Griffiths’s “Hope in Hebron: The Political Affects of Activism in a Strangled City” is the latest in a … Continue reading

9 February 2017 · 1 Comment

Intervention – “Land Occupations and Counter-insurgency in the Colombian Caribbean: Will History Repeat Itself?”

by Eloisa Berman-Arévalo, Department of Geography, UNC Chapel Hill (elober@live.unc.edu) As the Colombian government and Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) come close to signing a final peace accord in Havana, recent … Continue reading

22 September 2015 · 2 Comments

Public lectures and panels at Antipode’s 5th Institute for the Geographies of Justice – videos now available

The Antipode Foundation’s 5th Institute for the Geographies of Justice took place in Johannesburg, South Africa, in June. A highlight of the week was a series of public lectures and … Continue reading

4 August 2015 · 2 Comments

Featured video – Financialization sucks: How the academic community of the University of Amsterdam has taken up the fight against neoliberal managerialism

by Ewald Engelen, Universiteit van Amsterdam On Wednesday evening, 25 February, a group of approximately 1,500 students marched towards the main administrative building of the University of Amsterdam, on the … Continue reading

11 March 2015 · 10 Comments

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

“More war than night”: Violence, resistance, and territory in Pará, Brazil

by David Meek, University of Georgia Adora sits on a rock-hard couch, leaning back to blow smoke upwards where it is refracted by the daylight, streaming through cracks in her … Continue reading

15 November 2012 · Leave a comment

Happy Birthday Occupy!

Occupy Wall Street observes its first anniversary today with the culmination of three days of education, celebration and resistance in NYC (see here and here). To mark the occasion we’ve … Continue reading

17 September 2012 · 1 Comment

Crofters, crafters, diggers and dreamers: Romantics or radicals?

by Naomi Millner, University of Bristol There’s a new political movement on the scene and it’s not afraid to get out its knitting-needles. Craftivism is “the practice of engaged creativity, … Continue reading

31 July 2012 · Leave a comment

Occupy Wall Street and ‘Occupation’

by Kareem Rabie, City University of New York One of the first critiques of OWS from the left has come from Indigenous activists, Palestine solidarity workers, and others questioning the … Continue reading

13 February 2012 · 3 Comments

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