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Forthcoming in Antipode…

As the summer comes to an end and a new semester begins, we’re looking forward to 2017 and the papers forthcoming in Antipode 49(1) in January–all of which are available online … Continue reading

13 September 2016 · 4 Comments

Two new Spanish language book reviews

Today we published two new reviews, both penned by reviewers based at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Julio Gambina considers América Latina en la geopolítica del imperialismo by Atilio Borón, and Gonzalo Yurkievich takes on Mabel … Continue reading

22 February 2016 · Leave a comment

New content for September

It’s been a busy month here at Antipode. As well as publishing issue 4 of volume 46 (which includes the brilliant symposium, ‘Grammars of Urban Injustice‘), we’ve released five new … Continue reading

25 September 2014 · Leave a comment

Virtual issue – Class, Politics, and Representation

On Wednesday 27th August, Queen Mary University of London’s Gareth Stedman Jones and Jane Wills will discuss their work on class, politics and representation in London from the 19th to … Continue reading

20 August 2014 · 7 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

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

Spotlight on South Africa

As the thoughts of many turn to South Africa today, some resources from Antipode‘s archives… Practices of Solidarity: Opposing Apartheid in the Centre of London by Gavin Brown and Helen … Continue reading

6 December 2013 · 6 Comments

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

Video abstract – Andy Clarno talks about ‘Rescaling White Space in Post-Apartheid Johannesburg’

Today we have the second of our video abstracts from Antipode 45(5) – Andy Clarno talking about his paper ‘Rescaling White Space in Post-Apartheid Johannesburg‘. Tracing three political mobilisations in … Continue reading

16 July 2013 · 1 Comment

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

Video abstract – Matt Baillie Smith and Katy Jenkins talk about ‘Existing at the Interface: Indian NGO Activists as Strategic Cosmopolitans’

“[Academics]…have a culture of making it look easy, and of concealing as much as possible ‘the raw material of poetry in all its rawness’” – Natalia Cecire, Arcade This will ring … Continue reading

26 July 2012 · 1 Comment

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