Did we accomplish the revolution in geographic thought?

By Joaquin Villanueva* A new online symposium in the radical geography journal Antipode reflects on the state of critical and radical geography today, 44 years after David Harvey’s groundbreaking essay “Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Theory in Geography and the Problem of Ghetto Formation”. Critical geography is an exciting field that has evolved and considerably expanded over … Continue reading Did we accomplish the revolution in geographic thought?

Friendly colonialism and the ‘Harvey fashion’

by Eduardo Gudynas* Latin American progressive governments like citing Harvey's work because it allows them to position themselves against global capitalism while glossing over the contradictions of their own extractivist policies. One of the most striking issues in the critiques of capitalism coming from Latin America are the continuous invocations of the English geographer David Harvey. References … Continue reading Friendly colonialism and the ‘Harvey fashion’