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Cartographies of the absolute / Albert Toscano & Jeff Kinkle.

By: Toscano, Alberto.
Contributor(s): Kinkle, Jeff.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: ECON HB 2015 653489Publication: Winchester, UK ; Washington [D.C.], USA, : Zero Books, 2015Description: xiv, 296 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781780992754 (pbk.); 1780992750 (pbk.).Subject(s): Capitalism -- Philosophy | Capitalism -- Social aspects | Capitalism -- Economic aspects | Capital | Capitalism in literature | Consumption (Economics) in motion pictures | Cognitive maps (Psychology) | United States -- Economic conditions
Contents:
Introduction. The limits of the known universe, or cognitive mapping revisited -- The aesthetics of the economy. Prologue : what does the spectacle look like? ; Capitalism and panorama ; Seeing socialism -- Cities and crises. Prologue : slums and flows ; Werewolf hunger (New York, 1970s) ; Baltimore as world and representation (The Wire, 2002-2008 ; Filming the crisis (2008- ) -- Monsieur le capital and madame la terre. Prologue : cargo cult ; The art of logistics ; Landscapes of dead labour.
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Introduction. The limits of the known universe, or cognitive mapping revisited -- The aesthetics of the economy. Prologue : what does the spectacle look like? ; Capitalism and panorama ; Seeing socialism -- Cities and crises. Prologue : slums and flows ; Werewolf hunger (New York, 1970s) ; Baltimore as world and representation (The Wire, 2002-2008 ; Filming the crisis (2008- ) -- Monsieur le capital and madame la terre. Prologue : cargo cult ; The art of logistics ; Landscapes of dead labour.

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