The 17 Contradictions of Capitalism
Department of Anthropology and Department of Geography and Environment public lecture
The London School of Economics and Political Science
2 April 2014
Indebted citizenship – an interview with David Harvey in Teatro Valle
24 February 2014
Commons, Conflicts and Disasters
ENTITLE network meeting & summer school
6 – 14 July 2013
Ermoupolis Syros, Greece
Organised by the Department of Geography, Harokopio University Athens
What Are the Economics of the Creative Economy?
The Graduate Center, CUNY
New York City
December 2, 2013
Graduate Center geographer David Harvey, author of Rebel Cities; Harvard economist Edward Glaeser, author of Triumph of the City; and Seth W. Pinsky, former president of the NYC Economic Development Corporation, debate the economic realities of New York’s creative and knowledge-based industries. Adam Davidson, host of NPR’s Planet Money, moderates.
This program is part of the yearlong initiative Cultural Capital: The Promise and Price of New York’s Creative Economy, produced by GC Public Programs in collaboration with the Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC).
Contradictions of Capital
Edward J. Taaffe Colloquium
The Ohio State University
Department of Geography
Hosted by Joel Wainwright and Nada Moumtaz
October 25, 2013
From the description: David Harvey visited Brazil for an international seminar on Marx. This is the lecture he gave in Salvador (March 26th) on the publication of the brazilian edition of his A Companion to Marx’s Capital, Volume 1, by Boitempo. With activities extending throughout three months and six brazilian cities, the seminar featured Slavoj Žižek, Michael Heinrich and some of the most renowned specialists from Brazil and abroad to discuss the relevance of Marxism in times of global crisis.
Thanks to Boitempo Editorial
Professor Harvey’s remarks start around 14:00, and audio problems are fixed at 16:00.
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45th Conference of Irish Geographers Keynote
National University of Ireland, Galway
17 May 2013
How We Can Win: Marian Kramer and David Harvey
March 19th, 2013
The Brecht Forum
New York City
David Harvey interviews Marian Kramer, legendary activist who has been on the front lines of the welfare rights and civil rights movement for over forty years. Founder and co-chair of the National Welfare Rights Union (NWRU) and founding member of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, she has been a leading organizer in struggles for workers, welfare recipients, low-income mothers, tenants, homeless people, and most recently, for Highland Park residents who have lost their water rights in Detroit.
Presentation at Dangerous Ideas for Dangerous Times Festival
1 June 2013