The latest issue of Interface: a journal for and about social movements features a special section called “Debating David Harvey”, devoted to the discussion of Professor Harvey’s recent essay “Organizing for the Anti-Capitalist Transition“. That essay was delivered as a talk by Professor Harvey at the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre in 2010, and draws heavily from his latest book, The Enigma of Capital.

Debating David Harvey

David Harvey,
Organizing for the anti-capitalist transition (pp. 243 – 261)


Willie Baptist,
A new and unsettling force: the strategic relevance of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign (pp. 262 – 270)


AK Thompson,
“Daily life” not a “moment” like the rest: notes on Harvey’s “Organizing for the anti-capitalist transition” (pp. 271 – 286)

Benjamin Shepard,
Responding to Harvey: it’s all about organizing (pp. 287 – 297)

Laurence Cox,
“The interests of the movement as a whole”: response to David Harvey (pp. 298 – 308)

Anna Selmeczi,
Educating resistance (pp. 309 – 314)

Marcelo Lopes de Souza,
Which right to which city? In defence of political-strategic clarity (pp. 315 – 333)