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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Culture and its Outside Materiality and the Praxis of the Outside Labor and the Poetics of Capital Cultural Theory Now
Contemporary cultural studies have marginalized "agency," namely the power of people to shape social life. Here, Stephen Tumino offers a new materialist challenge to these tendencies and articulates an internationalist cultural theory that puts global agency in the forefront of cultural analysis.