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Neil Smith, “The Concepts of Devaluation, Valorization and Depreciation in Marx: Towards a Clarification”

Neil Smith’s essay, “The Concepts of Devaluation, Valorization and Depreciation in Marx: Towards a Clarification”, is published in Human Geography. Don Mitchell provides a great introduction, discussing why the piece was never published in Smith’s lifetime. You can download the … Continue reading

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Archive of a Radical Geographer: Neil Smith’s Papers – interview with Don Mitchell by Zoltán Glück

Archive of a Radical Geographer: Neil Smith’s Papers – interview with Don Mitchell by Zoltán Glück from 2014. ZOLTÁN GLÜCK: I’d like to start by asking about what you’ve been doing here at CUNY this year. What is happening with … Continue reading

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Talking about Publishing, Urban Territory, and lots else

I was involved in three events this week. The first was the most wide-ranging – a filmed conversation with Babette Babich at Fordham University, that ranged from contemporary territorial issues to Kant, Leibniz, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Foucault and Lefebvre; Greek geography to … Continue reading

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Don Mitchell on Neil Smith – long article available

Don Mitchell‘s essay “Neil Smith, 1954-2012: Radical Geography, Marxist Geographer, Revolutionary Geographer” is available on his website. The whole thing is well worth reading, even if you know the work well. It’s a thoughtful and moving piece. What is especially … Continue reading

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