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Books interview: David Harvey in Times Higher Education

Books interview: David Harvey in Times Higher Education – Eliot, Shakespeare, Dickens and, of course, Marx. Thanks to dmf for the link.

Neoliberalisme dan Restorasi Kelas Kapitalis

Neoliberalisme dan Restorasi Kelas Kapitalis

Penulis: David Harvey

Penerbit: Resist Book Yogyakarta

ISBN: 979-3723-71-8 | Jenis Cover: Soft Cover

Halaman: 371 | Text Bahasa: Indonesia… 163 more words


Online Urban Theory Discussion - Cibola

We would like to invite you to a continuation of a series of events that the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona has launched in Virtual Reality for the academic year of 2015-2016. 148 more words

David Harvey, The Ways of the World - now published, and open access extract

David Harvey, The Ways of the World is now published, and an open access extract is available here.

This book presents a sequence of landmark works in David Harvey’s intellectual journey over five decades.

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'Marx was incredibly cryptic'


David Harvey
Reading Marx’s Capital Vol 1
1. ‘Introduction’
Available at: http://davidharvey.org/2008/06/marxs-capital-class-01/

David Harvey is a professor of Anthropology and Geography, working at the city university in New York. 771 more words

Government And Politics

A small criticism of David Harvey

“This left, which strangely echoes a libertarian or even neoliberal ethic of anti-statism”- from Seventeen Contradiction and the end of Capitalism

Leaving aside the ludicrous idea that right-wing propertarianism and neoliberalism is anti-state in any meaningful sense, Harvey realises Marx was anti-state, right? 116 more words


Roar Magazine


All around us lie the ruins—remnants of an old left and a bygone era of revolutionary aspirations.

Some of the decaying structures remain, to be sure, but everywhere the wreckage of the labor movement is now apparent: its traditional organizations lie in shambles, the smoldering debris strewn across the depoliticized landscape of our “post-ideological” societies, while its emancipatory ideals have long since given way to capitalist monstrosities—totalitarian and technocratic alike—that make a mockery of the movement’s origins in the great workers’ struggles of the nineteenth century. 530 more words