Jason W. Moore
recent and upcoming talks

Capitalism as World-Ecology: How Capitalism Develops Through Crises, and Why Today's is Different, CEFO Research Forum, Uppsala University, 19 October, 2011. See video.

12-16 April 2011

Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital: The Capitalization of Nature in the Capitalist World-Ecology, 1450-2010

Association of American Geographers, annual meeting, Seattle. Abstract.



 May 6-8, 2010                                  

“The Rise and Future Demise of the Capitalist World-Ecology,”  A Brief Environmental History of Neoliberalism, Lund University.


 

 March 19, 2010

"Accumulation Crisis as Ecological Crisis: The End of Cheap Food, Cheap Energy, and Cheap Labor,” Centre for International studies, University of Toronto.

Discussion of this talk be found here.


 

18 March, 2010

“The Long Fourteenth Century: Ecology and the Unmaking of Medieval Europe, 1300-1450,” Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto.



March 16, 2010

Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

 

 

March 12, 2010

International Development Studies, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada.

 

 

December 15, 2009

"Capitalism as the Limit to Nature,” symposium on Capitalism, Climate, and Environment, sponsored by Ephemera, Lund, Sweden.

 


 December 3, 2009

"What is Neoliberalism?" Panel.  Lund University, Lund, Sweden.

 

 

November 27, 2009

“The End of the Road? Agricultural Revolutions in the Capitalist World-Ecology, 1450-2015,” Historical Materialism conference, London.

 


November 26, 2009

"Ecology and Accumulation Crisis: Food, Factories, and Fuel in the Making and Unmaking of Neoliberalism, 1973-2015,” Seminar in Agrarian Change, Department of Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

 Website: http://www.soas.ac.uk/development/events/

 

 

October 27, 2009

"Capitalist Crisis and Ecological Transformation."  Interview, Against the Grain: A Program about Politics, Society, and Ideas.  KPFA 94.1.

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