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Matthieu Giroud, 39 años, asesinado en el Bataclan

Traducido del inglés por Translators for Justice

Fuente: http://www.versobooks.com/blogs/2340-matthieu-giroud-39-years-old-killed-at-the-bataclan

Sarah Shin / 16 de noviembre de 2015

Matthieu Giroud, geógrafo radical y traductor del trabajo de David Harvey, se encuentra entre las víctimas de los ataques perpetuados el viernes en París 911 more words


freedom to remake ourselves

A multivalent definition of cities: the manifestation of who we are, our relationships, our attitude toward nature, our quotidian habits, how we use technology, what we find beautiful. 169 more words


Political Economy of Flexible Accumulation: Part Two – The Case of Amazon.com

The ideology of flexible accumulation is neoliberalism, which, David Harvey writes, “seeks to bring all human action into the domain of the market. This requires technologies of information creation and capacities to accumulate, store, transfer, analyse, and use massive databases to guide decisions in the global marketplace. 1,557 more words

The Political Economy of Flexible Accumulation: Part One

Writing in 1989, David Harvey proposed a concept of “flexible accumulation” to express the changes in the capitalist world since the 1970s, given the increasing circulation of capital across national boundaries while at the same time corporations were consolidating production of commodities in low-waged economies abroad (especially south-east Asia). 1,144 more words

David Harvey and a Brief Introduction to Neoliberalism

David Harvey begins his book ‘A Brief History of Neoliberalism’ by explaining that neoliberalism takes the value of freedom of its starting point and elaborates that “neoliberalism is in the first instance a theory of political and economic practise that emphasises that human well being can be best advanced by liberating individual entrepeneurial freedoms and skills within an institutional framework characterised by strong private property rights, free markets and free trade”(Harvey 2005, p.2). 292 more words


"We have to call off this capitalist urbanization dynamic" - An Interview with David Harvey

What we’ve got right now are some of these totally absurd forms of urbanization, for example in states like Dubai…the only thing that has kept global capitalism alive over the last years is the urbanization of China. 140 more words

Urban Issues

David Harvey: The 17 contradictions of capitalism

David Harvey (2014): The 17 contradictions of capitalism

David Harvey is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. 11 more words