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Stephen Tumino

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Email
stumino@pratt.edu
Phone
3790

PUBLICATIONS

Books:

Cultural Theory after the Contemporary (Palgrave Macmillan 2011).

Human, All Too (Post)Human: The Humanities after Humanism (Co-author, Lexington Books 2016).

Thinking Blue / Writing Red (forthcoming).

Marxism and Pandemic: The Materialist Anatomy of a Social Crisis
(Editor, forthcoming).

Weird / Dark / Gothic: Capitalism and the Literary Fantastic (forthcoming).

Edited Volumes:

Human, All Too (Post)Human: The Humanities after Humanism. Eds. Jennifer Cotter; Kimberly
DeFazio; Robert Faivre; Amrohini Sahay; Julie P. Torrant; Stephen Tumino and Robert
Wilkie (Lexington Books 2016).

Nature, Society, and Thought. Special Issue on Cultural Studies. Eds. Jennifer Cotter; Kimberly
DeFazio; Robert Faivre; Amrohini Sahay; Julie P. Torrant; Stephen Tumino and Robert
Wilkie (Volume 17, No. 2, 2004).

Articles:
“Labor”. The Bloomsbury Handbook to Literary and Cultural Theory (2018).

“Speaking of Communism: Marx’s Speeches on the Paris Commune”. Nineteenth-Century Prose. Special Issue. Talking Revolution: Marx’s Speeches. Volume 45, No. 2 (Fall 2018). pp. 231-282.

“‘Theory Too Becomes a Material Force’: Militant Materialism or Messianic Matterism?” Human, All Too (Post)Human: The Humanities after Humanism. Lexington Books (2016). pp. 77-94.

“Barneyworld: The Cultural Imaginary of the Global Factory.” Textual Practice. Volume 26, Issue 3 (May 2012). pp. 489-518.

“The Affective Turn in Pedagogy.” Rethinking Marxism. Volume 23, No. 4 (October 2011). pp. 548-56.

“Stylizing Global Protest: Latin America and the Media.” Nature, Society, and Thought. Volume 17, No. 2 (2004). pp.181-201.

“The ‘Radical’ in ‘Radical Teaching’: Pedagogy Now.” Textual Practice. Volume 15, Issue 3 (2001). pp. 419-29.

 

Public Writings:

“The War against the Virus is a Class War.” Chinese Academy of Social Sciences website. http://myy.cssn.cn/english/events_opinion/202006/ t20200603_5138672.shtml. June 3, 2020.

“Trump Speak and its Discontents.” New Politics, newpol.org, July 28 (2020).

“re: The Day Beyoncé Turned Black.” The Inquirer. Volume 23 (Fall 2016). pp. 68-70.

“Is Occupy Wall Street Communist?” #Occupy Thought. The New Everyday:
A Media Commons Project, Web. 22 Feb. 2012.

Reviews: 

“Why Donald Trump will never admit defeat” by Judith Butler. Marx & Philosophy Review of
Books, February 23 (2021). 

The Task of Cultural Critique by Teresa L. Ebert. Rethinking Marxism, Volume 25, Issue 1
(2013). pp. 134-140.

Class Issues: Pedagogy, Cultural Studies, and the Public Sphere. Ed. Amitava Kumar. Textual
Practice, Volume 13, Issue 1 (Spring 1999). pp. 171-84.  

In Translation:

“Fighting the virus is a class war.” Trans. Narges Imani. www.rahekargar.net. May 19, 2020.

“What is Orthodox Marxism and why it matters now more than ever before?” Lenin’s
Realpolitik and Reply to Post-Marxism. Trans. Massoud Omidi. Inflorescence Press. 2018.

“What is Orthodox Marxism and why is it more important now than ever?” Trans. Massoud
Omidi. Mehregan 14, mehreganmag.com. Nov. 20, 2016.

“Ortodoks Marksizm Nedir ve Bugün Niçin Daha Önce Hiç Olmadığı Kadar Önemlidir?”
Praksis (Turkey, Vol. 13, 2005). pp. 275-95.

“Is the occupation of Wall Street communism?” Ed. Abbas Fard. Trans. Omidi. refaghat.org.