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David Harvey


King’s College London Reading Capital Society

April 14th 2010

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The Centre for European Studies & KCL Reading Capital present:

The Enigma of Capital
A talk by the world’s most cited academic geographer
Author of ‘A Companion to Marx’s Capital’

Tuesday 27 April. 6.30pm. Free.
Great Hall, Strand, King’s College London

Please arrive early to avoid disappointment (Doors open 6pm).

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David Harvey is a Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York (CUNY), and author of numerous books including ‘The Limits to Capital’, and ‘A Brief History of Neo-liberalism’. His most recent works are ‘The Enigma of Capital’ and ‘A Companion to Marx’s Capital’, which aims to get “you to read a book by Karl Marx called Capital, Volume 1, and to read it on Marx’s own terms…”. The latter book is based on his hugely popular on-line lectures at They have been viewed over 700,000 times in 187 countries since June 2008.

David has been teaching Karl Marx’s Capital for nearly 40 years. His work has contributed greatly to a resurgent interest in Marx’s critique of global capitalism. He continues to bring his insights to these new debates about the economic crisis, social class and the continuing relevance of the methodological tools passed on to us by Marx. Join this discussion on TUESDAY 27 April in the Great Hall, Strand, King’s College London.

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One Comment

  1. It would be great to have David visit the colleges here in America to enlighten the minds here.

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