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Lectures by Professor David Harvey.

Video: From 1848 to today’s Rebel Cities | David Harvey, Fernando Haddad & Guilherme Wisnik

Closing panel at the Rebel Cities International Seminar, with David Harvey, in conversation with the mayor of São Paulo, Fernando Haddad, and the urban critic Guilherme Wisnik. The debate also celebrated the publishing of the Brazilian edition of PARIS, CAPITAL OF MODERNITY.

Video: The Crisis of Planetary Urbanization

The Crisis of Planetary Urbanization
Curitiba, Brazil
November 18th 2014

Description from Boitempo:

In his most recent trip to Brazil, David Harvey talks about the urban protests dubbed “middle class revolts” that have been taking place all over the world, from São Paulo to Istanbul, against the backdrop of what he calls the “crisis of planetary urbanization”.

v2coverThis lecture took place in Curitiba, Brazil on November 18th 2014, during a series of talks entitled “The Political Economy Of Urbanization”, marking the publishing of the second volume of his Companion to Marx’s Capital, by Boitempo. This trip took him also to the cities of Brasília, Recife, Fortaleza and São Paulo. The lectures also celebrated the publishing of Boitempo’s new edition of Volume II of Marx’s Capital – the first edition revised and expanded according to the documents of the MEGA2 project. Recently, Boitempo’s edition of Volume I of Capital was awarded the Jabuti Prize for translation – the most important prize in the brazilian publishing world. All of professor Harvey’s lectures were recorded and are being published on Boitempo’s channel on YouTube.

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Video: The Right to the City and Urban Resistance

The Right to the City and Urban Resistance
Fortaleza, Brazil
November 17th 2014

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David Harvey’s biggest lecture yet! Commenting on the connections underlying the many grassroots resistance experiences drawn from social movements, and the dynamics of capitalism theorized by Marx, David Harvey discusses some of the more pressing issues of our time such as the relationship between capital and politics, urban social movements and democracy.

v2coverThis lecture took place in Fortaleza on November 17th 2014, during a series of talks entitled “The Political Economy Of Urbanization,” marking the publishing of the second volume of his Companion to Marx’s Capital, by Boitempo. This trip took him also to the cities of Brasília, Recife, Fortaleza and São Paulo. The lectures also celebrated the publishing of Boitempo’s new edition of Volume II of Marx’s Capital – the first edition revised and expanded according to the documents of the MEGA2 project. Recently, Boitempo’s edition of Volume I of Capital was awarded the Jabuti Prize for translation – the most important prize in the brazilian publishing world. All of professor Harvey’s lectures were recorded and are being published on Boitempo’s channel on YouTube.

Watch the Portuguese version of this lecture

Pensando el Mundo desde Bolivia. David Harvey y Álvaro García Linera

Pensando el Mundo desde Bolivia. David Harvey y Álvaro García Linera
Seminarios Internacionales de la Vicepresidencia del Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia
Banco Central de Bolivia
19/08/2014

Puerto de Ideas 2014: David Harvey

Puerto de Ideas 2014
Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile
November 2014

Video: David Harvey: The Political Economy of Urbanization | Recife


The Political Economy of Urbanization
November 17, 2014
Recife, Brazil


David Harvey @ #OcupeEstelita
November 16, 2014
Recife, Brazil

More on my recent trip to Brazil and the launch of the Brazilian edition of A Companion to Marx’s Capital, Volume 2 / Para entender O Capital: Livros II e III.

Video: ‘David Harvey on Karl Marx’ in Amsterdam

David Harvey on Karl Marx
Hosted by De Balie in cooperation with IISG
October 9, 2014
Amsterdam

Video: Crisis-scapes: Athens and Beyond Conference

Crisis-scapes: Athens and Beyond Conference
Athens Polytechnic (NTUA)
May 10, 2014

Video: The Limits to Capital and the right to the city | Rio de Janeiro

The Limits to Capital and the right to the city
Rio de Janeiro
November 23, 2013
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Video: The history and present condition of Geography: an historical materialist manifesto (1984)

The history and present condition of Geography: an historical materialist manifesto
Lund University, Sweden
1984

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