Antipode

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Edited By: Nik Theodore, Sharad Chari, Vinay Gidwani, Katherine McKittrick and Jenny Pickerill

Impact Factor: 2.43

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 7/72 (Geography)

Online ISSN: 1467-8330

Lecture Series


Welcome to the Antipode Lecture Series!

Antipode sponsors two keynote lectures each year; one at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) annual meeting and one at the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG) annual conference. We invite presenters who represent both the political commitment and intellectual integrity that characterise a radical journal of geography. Over the years a wonderful array of geographers and colleagues have presented lectures including, amongst others, Marshall Berman, Tariq Ali, Bob Jessop, Gerry Pratt, Cindi Katz, Katherine Gibson, Liam O'Dowd, Eric Sheppard, and Laura Pulido. While often the Antipode lectures are subsequently published we are delighted that from 2009 we can also offer you the opportunity to listen to them in their original form, beginning with Katharyne Mitchell's lecture from the AAG and Don Mitchell's lecture for the RGS-IBG conferences. We hope you find these Antipode lectures as inspiring and provocative as their original audiences did. Enjoy!

Vital materialism and neoliberal natures
Bruce Braun (University of Minnesota)
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), August 2013

The Environmental State:Territoriality, Violence, and Value
Christian Parenti
Association of American Geographers, April 2013





Take Back the Economy, Any Time, Any Place: Pedagogies for Securing Community Economies
Katherine Gibson, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), July 2012

G Spivak AAG 2012

A Conversation with Gayatri Spivak
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Columbia University
Association of American Geographers, February 2012



Beyond the Neoliberal Zombieland
Jamie Peck, University of British Columbia, Canada
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), August 2011

Whose Responsibility Is It?
Lynn Staeheli, Durham University, UK
Association of American Geographers, April 2011

Read the published article:
THE 2011 ANTIPODE AAG LECTURE Whose Responsibility Is It? Obligation, Citizenship and Social Welfare
Lynn A. Staeheli

Violence, Borders and Critical Geography
Melissa Wright, Penn State University
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), September 2010

Labor’s Geography: Capital, Violence, Guest Workers, and the Evisceration of Agency in the Post-World War II California Landscape
Donald Mitchell, Syracuse University, USA
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), September 2009

Read the published article:
THE 2009 ANTIPODE RGS-IBG LECTURE Labor's Geography: Capital, Violence, Guest Workers and the Post-World War II Landscape
Don Mitchell

Dangerous Futures: Speculative Capital, Race and War
Katharyne Mitchell, University of Washington, USA
Association of American Geographers, April 2009

2010
Big Things (AAG)
Ruthie Gilmore

2008
Black and Latina/o Relations Under White Supremacy (AAG)
Laura Pulido

Is the Globalisation Consensus Dead? (RGS-IBG)
Robert Wade

2007
The Provocations of Neoliberalism (AAG)
Gillian Hart

Where is the political? (RGS-IBG)
Erik Swyngedouw

2006
Critical geography’s contemporary quandaries (RGS-IBG)
Eric Sheppard

David Harvey (AAG)

2005
Abandoned Women and Spaces of the Exception (AAG)
Gerry Pratt

On what’s right and keeping left, or, Why geography still needs Marxian political economy (RGS-IBG)
Ray Hudson

2003
London: Responsibilities of a world city (RGS-IBG)
Doreen Massey

2002
Partition, Memory and Democracy in Ireland (RGS-IBG)
Liam O’Dowd

2001
Vagabond capitalism and the necessity of social reproduction (RGS-IBG)
Cindi Katz

2000
States in Space: Gramsci and Geography (RGS-IBG)
Bob Jessop

1998
Tariq Ali (RGS-IBG)

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