Antipode Book Series
For over 40 years Antipode has published dissenting scholarship that explores and utilizes key geographical ideas like space, scale, place, and landscape. 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 book series includes commissioned texts probing new theoretical and political frontiers in radical geographical analysis as well as edited collections which were originally published as special issues of the journal. The Antipode Book Series publishes scholarship which resonates with, or develops Antipode's core objectives.