Tag Archives: David Harvey
Here’s the video of Harvey’s talk at Oxford a couple of weeks ago, again focusing on his ‘Marx project’ and related adventures in the theory of value. Although his presentations are frequently based on implicit conceptual diagrams it’s relatively rare … Continue reading
Here is the video of the debate between David Harvey and Robert Brenner last week at the CUNY Graduate Center, with the title ‘What now? The roots of the economic crisis and the way forward’. Don’t miss the discussion about … Continue reading
Following up on my previous post about Habitat 3, here’s the alternative manifesto of Resistencia Habitat III, one of the local movements in Quito that have been organizing parallel events, challenging dominant narratives about urbanization and the UN new urban … Continue reading
David Harvey’s new series of talks on Marx and Capital at CUNY will be available on YouTube. Here is the first lecture, delivered a few weeks ago.
David Harvey visited the Harvard Graduate School of Design last week. As a Senior Loeb Fellow, he participated in a number of events, in what a colleague at the Urban Theory Lab here defined as ‘Harvey-palooza’ (!). Here is the … Continue reading
Here is the video of the event held at the LSE last month, on the occasion of David Harvey’s honorary degree, including a conversation with Jane Willis, Murray Low and Michael Storper. Questions such ‘What makes and idea powerful?’ provide … Continue reading