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This article introduces the special issue reflecting on the influence of the book Material culture and mass consumption by Daniel Miller on interdisciplinary debates in social science in Brazil. Here we review the main arguments presented in the book - yet to be translated into Portuguese - while also considering some of the criticism it has received in past decades. Next, we present the connection between Miller's theory of consumption and his wide-ranging work in digital anthropology.doi:10.1590/2238-38752020v1031 fatcat:6qzm53zi3zc4lolxhm2sxnxaxi