Capital, Volume 3
Part Five: The Division of Profit into Interest and Profit of Enterprise. (Interest-Bearing Capital)
Chapter 36: Pre-Capitalist Relations
Chapter 27: The Role of Credit in Capitalist Production
Chapter 28: Means of Circulation and Capital. The views of Tooke and Fullarton
Chapter 29: Banking Capital’s Component Parts
Chapter 30: Money Capital and Real Capital: I
Chapter 31: Money Capital and Real Capital: II
Chapter 32: Money Capital and Real Capital: III
The page numbers Professor Harvey refers to are valid for the Penguin Classics editions of Capital Volumes 2 and 3.
Friday, September 7th, 2012
4 pm – 7 pm
Elebash Recital Hall
CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave, New York City
Free and open to the public
Dear Mandela is the remarkable story of Abahlali BaseMjondolo – Zulu for ‘people of the shacks’ – the largest movement of the poor to emerge in post-apartheid South Africa. Dear Mandela was awarded the ‘Best South African Documentary’ prize after its World Premiere at the Durban International Film Festival, and top prize, the ‘Grand Chameleon Award’, at its US premiere at the Brooklyn Film Festival.
Discussion to follow screening with:
Directors Dara Kell and Christopher Nizza
Willie Baptist, a formerly homeless father who came out of the Watts uprisings, the Black Student Movement, and working as a lead organizer with the United Steelworkers has 40 years of experience organizing amongst the poor including with the National Union of the Homeless, the Kensington Welfare Rights Union, the National Welfare Rights Union, the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, and many other networks. Willie serves as the Poverty Initiative Scholar-in-Residence and is the Coordinator of the Poverty Scholars Program.
Moderated by David Harvey, author of Rebel Cities (Verso, 2012).