Social science students and researchers who use political economy concepts in their work may be interested in this fantastic resource provided by David Harvey, a professor of anthropology and geography at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) and a leading urban studies theorist. Here, visitors will find Harvey's complete video lecture series focused on close readings of Capital by Karl Marx, one of the foundational theorists of classical sociology. The lectures are organized into three major sections. The first section comprises 13 lectures covering Capital, Volume 1, while the second contains 12 lectures discussing Capital, Volume 2 and parts of Volume 3. Each video is roughly 90 minutes or more in length, and downloadable audio files are available for those who prefer to just listen. Readers who appreciate something more condensed may enjoy the third section, a six-part lecture series on political economy entitled Marx and Capital: The Concept, the Book, the History.