Since August 1969 Antipode has published peer-reviewed papers that offer a radical (Marxist/socialist/anarchist/anti-rascist/feminist/queer/green) analysis of geographical issues and whose intent is to engender the development of a new and better society. Now appearing five times a year and published by Wiley, Antipode continues to publish some of the best and most provocative radical geographical work available today - work from both geographers and their fellow travellers, and from scholars both eminent and emerging.
As the Editorial Collective said in a recent editorial ('Antipode in an antiethical era' Antipode 43:2): ""We welcome papers which are challenging, which exhibit a will to not only interpret but also transform the world. Antipode papers are rigorous and intellectually substantive, they wrestle with debates in geography and take them forward. But they also go well beyond geography, trespassing and disrupting disciplinary boundaries. They are original, but not just original: they want to be significant to theory and practice. They are argumentative, scholarly and clear, able to withstand the trials and tribulations of peer review; but they are also alive, animated and compelling to read"". Antipode papers are timely, they resonate, speak to, or in some way help us understand - in order to change - existing forms of domination. They generate new, practical ideas for radical politics, broadly defined.