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Lectures by Professor David Harvey.

October 20 & 24: David Harvey Speaking in Chile

Thursday, October 20, 2011
Reclaiming the City for Anti-Capitalist Struggle

Territorial Resistance Seminar
Teatro Principal del Centro Cultural Matucana 100, 9: 30 hrs.

Monday, October 24, 2011
Social Injustice and Accumulation by Dispossession

Lecture Series on Geography and Contemporary Theoretical Debate
Auditorio Salvador Allende
Sede Central UAHC (Condell 343, Providencia) 9: 00 hrs.

To register email piit@academia.cl

Arundhati Roy: Walking with the Comrades, followed by a discussion with David Harvey. NYC Nov 9

Wednesday, November 9th 2011
Walking with the Comrades

The Center for Place Culture and Politics Presents
A reading by
Arundhati Roy
Followed by a discussion with David Harvey
The Proshansky Auditorium
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave at 34th Street
New York | 7:00–9:00 pm
Free and open to the public

Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The End of Capitalism?

Dr. S.T. Lee Distinguished Lecture in the Humanities
Penn Humanities Forum
Harrison Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street
Philadelphia | 5:00-6:30 pm
Free and open to the public. Pre-registration required.

Capital Lectures Transcription and Translation Project

Announcing a new project – the Capital Lectures Transcription and Translation Project. Since first posting the Capital Volume 1 lectures online, many people have contacted the site hoping for subtitles in their native languages. In order to meet this demand, we first need an accurate English transcription of the lectures. We have created a first draft of the English transcription with timecodes via YouTube’s machine transcription service. We need volunteers to correct the machine transcription. After this is complete, volunteer translators will translate the transcript into other languages. After these are complete, they will be uploaded to YouTube’s subtitles service and made available. Can you help get this project started by spending some time correcting the transcription of the English lectures? If so, please join the project here.

Upcoming Speaking Dates

Update. This event will occur as scheduled, however, Vijay Prashad will not be able to attend.
Monday, August 29, 2011
Tropic of Chaos: The Catastrophic Convergence of Poverty, Violence, and Climate Change

Christian Parenti in conversation with Vijay Prashad and David Harvey
CUNY Graduate Center | The James Gallery
365 Fifth Avenue @ 34th Street, NYC | 7:00-9:00 pm
Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The End of Capitalism?

Dr. S.T. Lee Distinguished Lecture in the Humanities
Penn Humanities Forum
Harrison Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street
Philadelphia | 5:00-6:30 pm
Free and open to the public. Pre-registration required.

Video: A View From Federal Hill Revisited

This video shows David Harvey speaking atop Federal Hill overlooking Baltimore’s Inner Harbor at the opening event of the City From Below conference in March 2009. In this talk, Professor Harvey revisits and updates his famous essay A View from Federal Hill, which appeared in The Baltimore Book and was reprinted in Spaces of Capital. The conference was organized by the Baltimore Development Cooperative, Red Emma’s bookstore, and the Indypendent Reader.

Watch the video at the Indypendent Reader.

Cancelled: Speaking at University of Bristol July 19

Event Cancelled
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Crises, Urbanization and the City as a Terrain for Anti-Capitalist Struggle

University of Bristol, The Bristol Institute for Public Affairs (BIPA)
Peel Lecture Theatre, School of Geographical Sciences | 5:30 pm
Event will be rescheduled.

Update on Capital Volume II Course

Professor Harvey taught a semester-long course on Marx’s Capital Volume II (including parts of Volume III) at Union Theological Seminary in the Spring 2011 semester. The class was attended by graduate students from Union Theological Seminary, CUNY Graduate Center, Columbia, Fordham, New York Theological Seminary, New York University, and the Brecht Forum. A series of interviews were filmed of Professor Harvey – four students asked him about the experience of teaching Volume II. Thanks to over 250 small donors to this site, the budget to complete this project has been raised. Now over 55 hours of tape have to be edited. Our film editor will be working over the summer, and we hope to start posting the new videos to this site this Fall.

Video: Emancipation from What and from Whom?

Emancipation from What and from Whom?
A lecture for a conference on “New Emancipation Struggle”
Subversive Film Festival
The Europa Cinema
Zagreb, Croatia
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

Filmed and edited by SkriptaTV and Slobodni Filozofski (English site).

All lectures and interviews from Subversive Film Festival 2011 and former years are on the Subversive Film Festival playlist.

Video: Round Table on the Meaning of Maghreb with Slavoj Žižek, Samir Amin, Mamdouh Habashi, and Zygmunt Bauman

Round Table: The Meaning of Maghreb
Participants: Slavoj Žižek, Mamdouh Habashi, Samir Amin, David Harvey, Zygmunt Bauman
Moderator : Sre?ko Horvat
Subversive Film Festival
International Conference “New emancipatory struggles”
Zagreb, cinema Europa, 18 May 2011
Filmed and edited by SkriptaTV and Slobodni Filozofski (English site).


Interview by Stipe Curkovic
Subversive Film Festival
May 20, 2011

Filmed and edited by SkriptaTV and Slobodni Filozofski (English site).

All lectures and interviews from Subversive Film Festival 2011 and former years are on the Subversive Film Festival playlist.

Video: Land-grab in India: Medha Patkar and David Harvey

Medha Patkar in conversation with David Harvey
Moderated by Biju Mathew
Land-grab, Law, and Capitalism in India
Alwan for the Arts
April 23rd, 2011

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