[OPE-L] Gilian Hart, "Denaturalizing Dispossession"

From: Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM
Date: Mon Jan 24 2005 - 08:19:45 EST

a 2004 paper with the sub-title "Critical Ethnography in the
Age of Resurgent Imperialism":


Those who have followed the debates on "so-called
primitive accumulation" in recent years should take note
of this paper since it engages the works of Michael P,
M. DeAngelis, and D. Harvey on that topic.  It does so with
reference to contemporary developments and struggles in South
Africa and East Asia,  and by reference to Lefebvre's extension of
the critique of the "trinity formula" in Volume 3 to the commodification
of land and nature and Fernando Coronil's writings on Lefebvre.
Hart is a professor in the Geography Dept. at UC/Berkeley and this
paper should be seen also as an attempt to engage the writings of
other radical geographers.  27 pages.

In solidarity, Jerry

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