New open access book reviews for autumn

Open access reviews at the Antipode site.

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We’ve published some great reviews in recent months…

9781137397355.inddColombia has been in the headlines recently, and those following the referendum’s vicissitudes will no doubt find Kate Maclean’s Social Urbanism and the Politics of Violence: The Medellín Miracle (reviewed here by Seth Schindler, University of Sheffield) fascinating.

Vulnerability, Exploitation and MigrantsBoth Jonathan Darling (University of Manchester) and Glenda Garelli (QMUL) take on timely – indeed, urgent – issues of migration, reviewing Antoine Pécoud’s Depoliticising Migration: Global Governance and International Migration Narratives and Louise Waite and colleagues’ Vulnerability, Exploitation, and Migrants: Insecure Work in a Globalised Economy, respectively.

hunger-painsAlso under the spotlight recently have been poverty, “resilience” and austerity – issues anatomised in Emma Bimpson’s (University of Leeds) review of Geoffrey DeVerteuil’s Resilience in the Post-Welfare Inner City: Voluntary Sector Geographies in London, Los Angeles and Sydney, Alison Hulme’s (https://commoditytactics.wordpress.com) of Owen Hatherley’s The Ministry of Nostalgia: Consuming Austerity, and Stephanie Denning’s (University of Bristol) of Kayleigh Garthwaite’s Hunger…

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