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New book reviews: Latin America’s radical left, revolutionary anarchism, DIY citizenship, and environmental planning

This month we’ve published four new book reviews: Penelope Anthias (University of California, Berkeley) on Steve Ellner’s Latin America’s Radical Left: Challenges and Complexities of Political Power in the Twenty-first … Continue reading

18 November 2014 · Leave a comment

Intervention – ‘Thinking/Making Geographic Representation’

by Chris Alton, Zulaikha Ayub, Alex Chen, Leif Estrada, Justin Kollar, Patrick Leonard, Martin Pavlinic, Andreas Viglakis and Matthew W. Wilson* Following a seminar in critical and social cartography at … Continue reading

9 July 2014 · Leave a comment

Video abstract – ‘The Hollowing Out of Brazilian Metropolitan Governance As We Know It: Restructuring and Rescaling the Developmental State in Metropolitan Space’

Antipode 46(3) goes to the printers first thing in the new year, and it’s shaping up nicely. There are papers on: ‘adaptation machines’ and the ‘parasitic politics of life’; Agamben, … Continue reading

16 December 2013 · Leave a comment

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