Emancipation from What and from Whom?
A lecture for a conference on “New Emancipation Struggle”
Subversive Film Festival
The Europa Cinema
May 19, 2011
Part 2 here
Filmed and edited by SkriptaTV and Slobodni Filozofski (English site).
Interview by Nino Cengic
Subversive Film Festival
May 20, 2011
All lectures and interviews from Subversive Film Festival 2011 and former years are on the Subversive Film Festival playlist.
Review: The Enigma of Capital: and the Crises of Capitalism reviewed by Joseph Choonara for International Socialism.
For more: David Harvey & Nadine Roudil & Stéphane Tonnelat, « The Geography of Financial Crisis. An interview with David Harvey », Metropolitics, 22 December 2010.
The Enigma of Capital and the Crises of Capitalism
University of California at Berkeley
Sponsors: Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Center of Global Metropolitan Studies
October 8, 2010
Update: Audio file now available. Thanks to Christopher.
Listen now (44 minutes):[audio:Harvey_Berkeley_10-08-10.mp3]
Or download MP3 file (26.2 MB)
(To download right-click (on Mac, Control-click) on the above file and click ‘Save as’ or ‘Download to’.)
Interview with Against the Grain, KPFA Radio
October 12, 2010
Numerous people have emailed to inquire about the US release date of The Enigma of Capital. The book is currently set to be published by Oxford University Press on September 1st of this year.
Professor Harvey went on a speaking tour of London in support of the book. You can watch several of his lectures online:
Professor Harvey also gave several press interviews which you can watch or listen to here:
David Harvey Interviewed on ‘The Forum’
BBC World Service
“Innovation: One of America’s most prominent Nano scientists, Harvard Professor George Whitesides, explains how he believes nanotechnology could be about to revolutionize the world as we know it, eminent Marxist geographer David Harvey argues that capitalism is the primary driving force behind innovation. Award winning Indian author Radhika Jha weighs the options for one poor Indian village- trapped between tradition and the desire to leapfrog out of poverty.”
David Harvey Interviewed on BBC Radio 4
“‘Capital is the lifeblood that flows through the body politic of all those societies we call capitalist, spreading out, sometimes as a trickle and other times as a flood, into every nook and cranny of the inhabited world’, writes David Harvey, the world’s most cited academic geographer. He gives Laurie a radical critique of what governs that flow of capital and what causes the crises which, he claims, will increasingly disrupt that flow with alarming rapidity. Modern economics has buried its head in detail but ignored the systematic character of capital flow, he claims, and it is time for a restore an understanding of how capital works.”