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Harvey, D., (2007 [1982]) Limits to Capital, New and Fully Updated Edition, Verso Books

Title: Harvey, D., (2007 ) Limits to Capital , Verso Books

Date Started: November 2014

Reason for reading: In November 2014 a group of post-graduates and lecturers from the Department of Geography at King’s College London, myself included, started on the epic journey of having a reading group for David Harvey’s seminal 1982 work… 39 more words


Harvey, D., (2014) Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism, Profile Books

Title: Harvey, D., (2014) Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism, Profile Books

Date Started: December 2014

Date Finished: February 2015

Reason for reading: 52 more words


8 reasons not to use the term 'neo-liberalism'

I went to a conference (see my critique here) that had some nuggets of gold. One of them was a short and engaging presentation by one… 171 more words

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Graduate School (M.Arch.), Indigenous Architecture– Books on Indigenous Architecture

27th June 2015

Continuing from where we left off last time, I have compiled list of books and reading material one can refer to get a better understanding of the finer aspects of indigenous architecture. 902 more words


A Brief History of Neoliberalism

I said months ago that I would post a review of the wonderful book by David Harvey, A Brief History of Neoliberalism. Unfortunately, I also read that months ago, but I will foolishly try to sum up my thoughts. 90 more words


Carnival & Pomp - Revolutionary & Counter-revolutionary?

This post follows on from an earlier post, and seeks to answer the question with which that one ended:

Are any of these spectacles (Gombey’s, Pomp or Carnival) ‘revolutionary’ or ‘counter-revolutionary’ (or have such potential), and what is meant by such anyway? 1,460 more words

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