A Radical Journal of Geography

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Edited by:

Jamie Peck and Jane Wills

Print ISSN: 0066-4812

Online ISSN: 1467-8330

Current Volume: 34

ISI Ranking: 2000: 7/32 (Geography); Impact Factor 1.226


Aims and Scope

For 30 years Antipode has been the place to publish radical scholarship in geography. The journal attracts the best and most provocative of radical geographical theory and research, particularly that which contributes to politics and practice. Antipode has an ecumenical approach to radical geography. It aims to challenge dominant and orthodox views of the world through debate, scholarship and politically-committed research, creating new spaces and envisioning new futures. Antipode welcomes the infusion of new ideas and the shaking up of old positions, without being committed to just one view of radical analysis or politics. The editors are especially seeking papers that address questions of radical political economy, emerging forms of political protest, radical social theory, and practical strategies for achieving progressive change. In addition to publishing academic papers, Antipode has space to publish short polemical interventions and longer, more reflective, explorations of radical geography in particular fields or locations.



Highlight Issues (Volume:Number)

34:3 Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe, Guest Edited by Neil Brenner and Nik Theodore

33:5 Henri Lefebvre in Contexts, Neil Brenner and Stuart Elden

34:2 Review Symposium: Mitchell's Cultural Geography: A Critical Introduction

Symposium Organiser: Scott Kirsch


Manuel Pastor, Jr: Common Ground at Ground Zero: The New Economy and the New Organizing in Los Angeles

Cindi Katz: Vagabond Capitalism and the Necessity of Social Reproduction

Gill Valentine, Sarah Holloway and Nick Bingham: The Digital Generation? Children, ICT and the Everyday Nature of Social Exclusion

Bronwyn Parry: Cultures of Regulation: Investigating Intellectual Property Rights and Relations in the Pacific

Richard Black: Breaking the Convention: Researching the 'Illegal' Migration of Refugees in Europe

Sue Ruddick: The Politics of Aging: Globalization and the Restructuring of Youth and Childhood

Laura Pulido: Race, Region and Revolutionary Politics: Black Chicana/o and Japanese American Leftists in Southern California, 1968-1978