Gavin and Helen have written a guest blog for the Antipode Foundation’s blog to accompany their new paper about the practices of solidarity enacted through the Non-Stop Picket. For those readers not familiar with the world of academic geography journals, Antipode describes itself in the following terms:
Since August 1969 Antipode has published peer-reviewed papers which offer a radical (Marxist/socialist/anarchist/anti-racist/feminist/queer/green) analysis of geographical issues and whose intent is to engender the development of a new and better society.
The full paper is pre-published online now, and will be available in the printed issue of the journal due out at the end of the year.
The guest post on the Antipode site has already generated a couple of promising conversations about potential ways to develop and extend our research on solidarity and British anti-apartheid campaigning.