Public lecture: Crises, Urbanization and the City as a Terrain for Anti-Capitalist Struggle
David Harvey is one of the world’s most influential social scientists. His many books include The New Imperialism; Paris, Capital of Modernity; Social Justice and the City; Limits to Capital; The Urbanization of Capital; The Condition of Postmodernity; Justice, Nature, and the Geography of Difference; Spaces of Hope; Spaces of Capital: Towards a Critical Geography, A Brief History of Neoliberalism and The Enigma of Capital. His work also contributes to broader social and political debate; he is a leading proponent of the idea of ‘The Right to the City’, and in recent years he has become a internationally recognised ‘public intellectual’ in part due to the success of his very popular online lectures on Marx’s Capital and superb public lectures.
A wine reception will follow the lecture.
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