Author: David Harvey (Page 1 of 35)

Distinguished Professor, CUNY Graduate Center; Director of Center for Place, Culture & Politics; author of A Companion to Marx's Capital v1 & v2, Rebel Cities, Enigma of Capital & Limits to Capital.

Video: Interview on Mexico’s Channel 14 (English with Spanish subtitles)

Conversando en el 21 con David Harvey
Canal Catorce (Mexico)
August 20, 2022

(English with Spanish subtitles)

The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 13

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 12

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis.

There are two texts for this week:

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 11

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 11

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 10

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 10

To get started with Hypothesis, click the above link and then click “Sign Up” in the right hand sidebar to create a free Hypothesis account. Once you are logged into Hypothesis you are free to make comments on the text.

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 9

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 9

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 8

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 8

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 7

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 7

To get started with Hypothesis, click the above link and then click “Sign Up” in the right hand sidebar to create a free Hypothesis account. Once you are logged into Hypothesis you are free to make comments on the text.

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 6

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 6

To get started with Hypothesis, click the above link and then click “Sign Up” in the right hand sidebar to create a free Hypothesis account. Once you are logged into Hypothesis you are free to make comments on the text.

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The ABC of Contemporary Capital | Session 5

As a part of this course, I’m sharing rough drafts of pieces of a manuscript I am working on, a sort of textbook on Marx’s political economy.

I’m experimenting with crowd sourcing the revision process. I invite you to read and offer your thoughts using the free social annotation program, Hypothesis:

The ABC of Capital: A Textbook | Session 5

To get started with Hypothesis, click the above link and then click “Sign Up” in the right hand sidebar to create a free Hypothesis account. Once you are logged into Hypothesis you are free to make comments on the text.

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