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Intervention – “Race-baiting and The Writers’ Union of Canada” by NourbeSe Philip

In May 2017 Hal Niedzviecki wrote a short piece titled “Winning the appropriation prize” in Write magazine from the Writers’ Union of Canada (see Appendix 1) that reignited a conversation … Continue reading

12 June 2017 · Leave a comment

Paul Gilroy’s 2015 Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture – “Offshore Humanism” – now available

We’re pleased to present a film of the 2015 Antipode RGS-IBG Lecture, Paul Gilroy’s “Offshore Humanism”. Prof. Gilroy delivered the lecture in Exeter in September. He is Professor of American and English Literature at … Continue reading

10 December 2015 · 1 Comment

Ferguson and beyond – some resources of critique

For those struggling to understand and explain ongoing events in Ferguson and elsewhere, here are some works for thinking with. If you’d like to suggest others, please get in touch. … Continue reading

25 November 2014 · Leave a comment

Intervention symposium – ‘Reflections on the Events Surrounding Trayvon Martin’

Guest editor’s introduction ‘Home “Sick”: Reflections on the Events Surrounding Trayvon Martin’ by Priscilla McCutcheon, University of Connecticut “But this is something we going to have to learn to do … Continue reading

7 November 2013 · 1 Comment

“The sun never set upon the blues”*: Seven essays honouring Clyde Woods

Introduction: Life/Is Good by Katherine McKittrick, Queen’s University “…it is very hard work” – Robin D.G. Kelly (2009: 451) on Thelonius Monk When Clyde Woods and I were writing the … Continue reading

3 December 2012 · 3 Comments

Intervention – Liberalism’s Slavery and the Geographies of Freedom

by Christopher Taylor, University of Chicago Almost immediately following Barak Obama’s re-election, an image began circulating through Twitter and Facebook that positioned the electoral cartography in a particular historical trajectory. … Continue reading

27 November 2012 · 1 Comment

Intervention – The Right against the city

by Antonis Vradis, London School of Economics “Reclaim our cities”. “Self-organise”. “Take neighbourhood action”. Consider these slogans for a moment. Sound familiar? Indeed they should, echoing as they do a … Continue reading

1 October 2012 · 5 Comments

Leaning into the blues epistemology

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley There was a terrific session at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers this year that looked at the life and work of … Continue reading

30 April 2012 · Leave a comment

The message

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York Not too long ago, a forwarded message arrived in my inbox. Simply titled ‘2012’, it was addressed to dozens of other people, … Continue reading

25 February 2012 · Leave a comment

Yo: are we (still) racist?

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley When I teach classes about race and geography, I often use the civil rights movement to start a conversation about the ways in which racial … Continue reading

1 February 2012 · 2 Comments

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