A Different Kind of Difference: Knowledge, Politics and Being Antipodean
Written as a response to a series of commentaries on 'Antipodean Economic Geography’ this piece draws on my fieldwork experience to question whether it is useful to invoke the ‘otherness’ of the Antipodes. I call for a habituation of the practice of looking for difference as a way of cutting across the Antipodean-Metropole binary invoked in the discussion.
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McKinnon, K. 2013. "A different kind of difference: Knowledge, politics and being Antipodean." Dialogues in Human Geography 3(2): 213-216.