CHSTM Energy History Working Group Meeting: Friday, October 14, 1:30 PM, EST
The CHSTM Energy History Working Group convenes monthly to discuss works in progress related to the field of energy history, globaly concieved. The group's co-conveners would like to invite interested scholars (from any field) to our first meeting of the semester, Friday, October 14 at 1:30 PM Eastern Time, via zoom. Veronica Jacome of Temple University will present ''Killing Complaints with Courtesy”: the role of relationship building in the success of early US central power stations (1891-1938).'
To view papers, access the meeting zoom link, and to see the full schedule for 2022-2023, head to the CHSTM webiste (https://www.chstm.org/content/energy-history). Users will need to be logged in/make a CHSTM account to see manuscripts/links. Once logged in, both of these links will appear on the Energy History Working Group page.
NOTE: While reading papers in advance is strongly encouraged, our presenters will give a short synopsis of their work at the beginning of each meeting and we welcome folks joining as a listeners or observers.
Dr. Sarah Stanford-McIntyre
Assistant Professor, Herbst Program for Engineering, Ethics & Society
Co-Director, Certificate in Engineering, Ethics & Society
Book Review Editor, Environmental History
University of Colorado Boulder
422 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0422