Antipode Book Series
The Antipode Book Series explores radical geography 'antipodally,' in opposition, from various margins, limits or borderlands.
Antipode books provide insight 'from elsewhere,' across boundaries rarely transgressed, with internationalist ambition and located insight; they diagnose grounded critique emerging from particular contradictory social relations in order to sharpen the stakes and broaden public awareness. An Antipode book might revise scholarly debates by pushing at disciplinary boundaries, or by showing what happens to a problem as it moves or changes. It might investigate entanglements of power and struggle in particular sites, but with lessons that travel with surprising echoes elsewhere.
Antipode books will be theoretically bold and empirically rich, written in lively, accessible prose that does not sacrifice clarity at the altar of sophistication. We seek books from within and beyond the discipline of geography that deploy geographical critique in order to understand and transform our fractured world.
Series Editors: Vinay Gidwani (University of Minnesota, USA) and Sharad Chari (University of California, Berkeley, USA)