's latest book
looks at the internal contradictions within the flow of capital that have precipitated recent crises and "why this economic engine should be replaced, and with what."
Available online are the Prologue
, the last two chapters
, and video & audio for his April 2nd talk at the London School of Economics
A close reading of the text of Volume One of Marx's Capital in 13 two-hour video lectures by David Harvey.
(Two online so far) David Harvey is a Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the City University of New York. He has been teaching Karl Marx's Capital, Volume I
for nearly 40 years. Marx biographer Francis Wheen speaks on NPR
as to why the book remains required reading.
Underlying the US drive to war is a thirst to open up new opportunities for surplus capital
"In a series of packed lectures in Oxford, Professor David Harvey, one of the world's most distinguished geographers, has provided what may be the first comprehensive explanation of the US government's determination to go to war. His analysis suggests that it has little to do with Iraq, less to do with weapons of mass destruction and nothing to do with helping the oppressed. "