By Noel Castree, Derek Gregory
This booklet severely interrogates the paintings of David Harvey, one of many world’s such a lot influential geographers, and considered one of its most sensible recognized Marxists.
* Considers the total variety of Harvey’s oeuvre, from the character of urbanism to environmental matters.
* Written by means of participants from around the human sciences, working with more than a few severe theories.
* makes a speciality of key issues in Harvey’s paintings.
* encompasses a consolidated bibliography of Harvey’s writings.
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Extra resources for David Harvey: A Critical Reader (Antipode Book Series)
The reading group was a wonderful experience, but I was in no position to instruct anybody. As a group, we were the blind leading the blind. That made it all the more rewarding. (Harvey 2000d: 80) Again, while Harvey’s graduate students undoubtedly inﬂuenced him, it seems unlikely they were the determining force. After all, Tony Wrigley introduced Harvey to Marx when Harvey was still a student. Another factor is clearly political. 11 The positivism it advocated was unable to achieve his political goals, which were thrown into sharp relief by the events of 1968, and later by his own move to Baltimore.
35 In his Brief History of Neo-Liberalism Harvey 33 34 35 David Slater, ‘On the borders of social theory: learning from other regions,’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 10 (1992) pp. 307–27. J. K. Gibson- Graham, ‘Querying globalization’, in The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997) pp. 120–147; Gidwani, ‘Questions’ op. , p. 528. Here I am indebted to the brilliant discussion provided by Gillian Hart, ‘Denaturalizing dispossession: critical ethnography in the age of resurgent imperialism’, Paper prepared for Creative Destruction: Area Knowledge and the New Geographies of Empire, Center for Place, Culture and Politics, City University of New York, April 2004.
Both have received increasing prominence from both sociologists of science (Shapin 1998a) and geographers (Livingstone 2003) who argue that they are active components shaping the very nature of knowledge produced. Places are conceived not as hermetically sealed sites, static and self- contained, but porous, dynamic and open- ended, deﬁ ned as much by their relationships with other places and spaces as by internal characteristics (Massey and Thrift 2003; Barnes 2004). Given this broad conception, I will suggest that for Harvey places like Cambridge and Bristol, or Baltimore and Paris, become for him at different periods crucial ‘truth spots’, to use Thomas Gieryn’s (2002) term, in working out his theories of knowledge.