David Harvie Audio: ‘The Crisis of Antagonism and the Crisis of Organisation’

Picture 9David Harvie, a member of the Turbulence collective (and also of The Free Association), participated in last year’s Attac Suisse summer school, where he spoke on The Crisis of Antagonism and the Crisis of Organisation. The audio recording of his talk and the ensuing discussion is now available below. David is first introduced (in French) by Carol Bonvin, an Attac Suisse activist and one of the event’s organisers. David begins his talk 2mins 20sec into the recording and speaks (in English) for just over half an hour. The questions/discussion part of the session starts at 34.45; this might be much harder to follow, unfortunately, as participants mostly speak in German or French (with whispered translations into English), whilst David responds in English.

David Harvie (Turbulence), Attac Summer University 2010 by Turbulence_Mag on Mixcloud

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The Free Association New Book & Tour

Picture 8Turbulence-editors and Free Association-members David Harvie and Keir Milburn will be in the US in mid-March to talk about The Free Association’s new book Moments of Excess: Movements, Protest and Everyday Life (published by PM Press). (Scroll down for preview.) Their itinerary includes the following events:

Sunday 13 March, 2pm, Oakland.

NiebylProctor Marxist Library, 6501 Telegraph Avenue

Forum discussion


Monday 14 March, 7pm, San Fransisco

The Green Arcade, 1680 Market Street (at Gough)

Talk and discussion

Tuesday 15 March, 7pm, San Francisco

Station 40, 3030 16th Street (at Mission).

Talk and discussion on “Moments of Excess, Movements, and a New Generation of Struggle”.

Wednesday 16 March, 7pm, San Franciso

CounterPulse, 1310 Mission Street.

“TALKS! Moments of Excess: panel and discussion about how we situate ourselves in current movements and how to prepare ourselves for future events”

(With Aaron Benanav, Gifford Hartman, Robert Hurley and David Solnit.)

Thursday 17 March, 7pm, Sacramento

Marxist School of Sacramento, Sol Collective, 2574 21st Street

Talk and discussion

Saturday 19 March, 3pm, New York City

Left Forum, Pace University

Panel on “Movement, generation and moments of excess”

(With Peter Linebaugh, Malav Kanuga and Marina Sitrin)

Monday 21 March, 7pm New York City

Bluestockings, 172 Allen Street

Talk and discussion

Book Preview, via Google Books

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Turbulence Editors on Climate Change: Reel News Video 22

Picture 13As reported last year, two Turbulence editors feature in Reel News‘ Issue 22 in a piece entitled ‘Carbon Trading: Privatise the Air’. Issue 22 was released in February 2010, shortly after the launch of Turbulence 5 at the Copenhagen UN Climate Conference.

Reel News Issue 22, as well as other issues of the video magazine, can be purchased online here.

The segment can now be viewed online here.

Carbon Trading: Privatise the Air

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Portuguese Translation of ‘Life in Limbo?’ Now Online

Picture 5Back in October 2010, we announced that a Portuguese translation of our Issue 5 editorial article, Life in Limbo?, had been published in Issue 30 of the Brazilian journal, Lugar Comum (available for purchase here). The translation is now also available online here.

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Spanish Language Journal ‘Herramienta’ Publish ‘Life in Limbo?’ Translation

Picture 9In April 2010, at the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth in Cochabamba, Bolivia, we launched the first Spanish language edition [PDF] of Turbulence, containing a number of articles previously included in Issue 5. Now, the web edition of the Spanish language journal, Herramienta, revista de debate y crítica marxista, based in Argentina, has published our Issue 5 editorial article, Life in Limbo? The article was published in Issue 7 of their new web-journal, the full contents of which can be found here. For more information about Herramienta, click here.

As ever, further Spanish and other language translations can be found via our website at: http://turbulence.org.uk/translations/

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