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Recent Video Roundup

David Harvey and Alexander Cockburn: Challenging the Economic Order
GRITtv
October 8, 2009Interview with David Harvey
(Alternate version with Portuguese subtitles)
October 9, 2009David Harvey on Urban Utopias
MIT City Visions Course
Spring 2004

The Crisis Now

The Crisis Now
David Harvey in conversation with Chris Harman
Marxism 2009 Conference, London
July 5, 2009

The Urban Roots of the Fiscal Crisis

The Urban Roots of the Fiscal Crisis
Lecture by David Harvey
The American University of Beirut
May 29, 2009

Sponsored by The Masters in Urban Planning and Policy and Urban Design in the Department of Architecture and Design and the Center for American Studies and Research.

Crisis and Resistance in the Neoliberal City

Video from the City from Below Conference of Professor Harvey’s remarks at the opening plenary. Baltimore, April 18, 2009. Read the transcript. Watch the rest of the plenary.

The Urban Roots of the Fiscal Crisis

The Urban Roots of the Fiscal Crisis
Lecture by David Harvey
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
April 16th, 2009

How many fiscal disruptions over the last thirty years have been urban/property led? Why does this particular one takes the form it does? In what ways does this fits into a Marxist theory of urbanization under capitalism?

View the lecture (media no longer available)

David Harvey on Democracy Now

“Marxist Geographer David Harvey on the G20, the Financial Crisis, and Neo-Liberalism”
Democracy Now!
April 2, 2009

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David Harvey Interviewed on New York Public Radio

David Harvey Interviewed on New York Public Radio (WNYC)
March 26, 2009

5 Minute Video Excerpt:

Listen to full audio interview (24 minutes):

[audio:WNYC_Harvey.mp3]

Or download MP3 file (9.8 MB)

(To download on a PC right-click on the above file and click ‘Save as’ or ‘Download to’. On a Mac Control-click instead of right-click.)

David Harvey Interviewed by Laura Flanders

The End of Capitalism? – A Response to Tim Geithner
GRITtv
Wednesday March 11, 2009 8:00 pm

Reading Marx’s Capital Vol 1 – Class 13, Conclusion

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Listen now:

Class 13 Files: Video MOV (220.8 MB) M4V (467.1 MB) | Audio MP3 (54.2 MB) OGG (49.5 MB).

(To download on a PC right-click on an above file and click ‘Save as’ or ‘Download to’. On a Mac Control-click instead of right-click.)

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These lectures were the inspiration for the book: A Companion to Marx’s Capital published by Verso in 2010.


© 2012 David Harvey

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Reading Marx’s Capital by David Harvey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.


Reading Marx’s Capital Vol 1 – Class 12, Chapters 26-33

Chapter 26: The Secret of Primitive Accumulation
Chapter 27: The Expropriation of the Agricultural Population from the Land
Chapter 28: Bloody Legislation against the Expropriated since the End of the 15th Century. The Forcing Down of Wages by Act of Parliament
Chapter 29: The Genesis of the Capitalist Farmer
Chapter 30: Impact of the Agricultural Revolution on Industry. The creation of a Home Market for Industrial Capital
Chapter 31: The Genesis of the Industrial Capitalist
Chapter 32: The Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation
Chapter 33: The Modern Theory of Colonization

The page numbers Professor Harvey refers to are valid for both the Penguin Classics and Vintage Books editions of Capital.

Listen now:

Class 12 Files: Video MOV (238.8 MB) M4V (502.1 MB) | Audio MP3 (58.5 MB) OGG (52.8 MB).

(To download on a PC right-click on an above file and click ‘Save as’ or ‘Download to’. On a Mac Control-click instead of right-click.)

Problems viewing or downloading files? View on: YouTube, archive.org, or Vimeo.


These lectures were the inspiration for the book: A Companion to Marx’s Capital published by Verso in 2010.


© 2012 David Harvey

CC License

Reading Marx’s Capital by David Harvey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.


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