This network will provide a forum for scholars interested in energy history broadly defined. This interdisciplinary field seeks to integrate the political, cultural, scientific, business, environmental, and diplomatic history of energy production and consumption.
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There will be an energy history dinner for anyone attending the American Society for Environmental History annual conference this spring in Riverside, California. This dinner is open to anyone interested in or curious about the history of energy. We will meet Friday, March 16 at 7pm on the steps of the Riverside Convention Center and then walk to a local restaurant.
Should you wish to attend please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert Lifset, Ph.D.
Announcing a new publication for energy, labor, and social historians:
Working for Oil: Comparative Social Histories of Labor in the Global Oil Industry (Palgrave, 2018)
Edited by Touraj Atabaki, Elisabetta Bini, and Kaveh Ehsani
Table of Contents:
Introduction - Touraj Atabaki, Elisabetta Bini, and Kaveh Ehsani