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Video abstract – “Carceral Space: Prisoners and Animals”

Today we’re pleased to present the latest video abstract from our November 2016 issue (Antipode volume 48, number 5–links below). In quite a hard-hitting presentation, Bucknell University Associate Provost Karen Morin introduces … Continue reading

24 August 2016 · 1 Comment

“Sur les Toits”: A Symposium on the Prison Protests in Early 1970s France

Introduction: The Making Visible of Carceral Politics Marijn Nieuwenhuis, University of Warwick This symposium contains a rich collection of contributions based on the screening of the French documentary film Sur … Continue reading

23 June 2016 · 9 Comments

New reviews – from property and prisons, through NRT and class struggle, to Harvey and some revolting subjects…

New book reviews for September: David Correia (University of New Mexico) on Fiona Mackenzie’s Places of Possibility: Property, Nature, and Community Land Ownership; Jill Williams (University of Hawai’i at Mānoa) … Continue reading

12 September 2013 · 2 Comments

Two new book reviews – ‘Captive Genders’ and ‘Queer (In)Justice’

Katelyn Angell (Long Island University) and Stina Soderling (Rutgers University) here review Eric Stanley and Nat Smith’s Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex and Joey Mogul, Andrea … Continue reading

25 March 2013 · Leave a comment

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