"Garrison Communities" in Keywords in Radical Geography: Antipode at 50, 141-145
To celebrate Antipode’s 50th anniversary, we’ve brought together 50 short keyword essays by a range of scholars at varying career stages who all, in some way, have some kind of affinity with Antipode’s radical geographical project. The entries in this volume are diverse, eclectic, and to an extent random, however they all speak to our discipline’s past, present and future in exciting and suggestive ways. Contributors have taken unusual or novel terms, concepts or sets of ideas important to their research, and their essays discuss them in relation to radical and critical geography’s histories, current condition and possible future directions. This fractal, playful and provocative intervention in the field stands as a fitting testimony to the role that Antipode has played in the generation of radical geographical engagement with the world.
Beverley Mullings is a professor and Associate Undergraduate Program Head in the Department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s University. Her research focuses on feminist political economy, social transformation, labour, neoliberalism, and intersectionality in the Caribbean and the diaspora.
Other publications from this author include:
- "Caliban, social reproduction and our future yet to come" in Geoforum 118 (4), 150-158 (2021)
- "COVID-19's Cracks, Climate Crisis, and Academia's Role in Bringing about an Ontological Shift" Professional Geographer (2021). (2021)
- "Reflections on mentoring as decolonial, transnational, feminist praxis" in Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 25 (2), 1-18 (2019)
- "Cultivating an ethic of wellness in geography" in Canadian Geographer (2016)
- "Globalization and the territorializaton of the new Caribbean service economy" in Journal of Economic Geography 4 (3), 275-298. (2004)
- "Insider or outsider, both or neither: some dilemmas of interviewing in a cross-cultural setting" in Geoforum 30 (4), 337-350 (1999)