New Books - Low Carbon Change

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce three, newly released books on low carbon change.

Best,

Kathy Araujo
Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University; Researcher, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Book Series Editor, Routledge Studies in Energy Transitions

Low Carbon Energy Transitions
Turning Points in National Policy and Innovation
Oxford University Press
Kathleen Araujo

CFP: KCE 2017. Making Energy Futures: Tools and Practices Constructing the Long-Term

Dear colleagues,

 

We invite you to submit papers and other non-standard interventions (videos, performances, artwork) to our panel on Making Energy Futures at the Knowledge/Culture/Ecologies 2017 conference in Santiago, Chile. Submission deadline is 26 May, 2017.

With usual apologies for cross-postings and best regards,

Call for Papers: International Workshop "Electrifying the World. Towards a Global History of Light and Power", New Orleans, March 26-27, 2018

University of New Orleans, Center Austria and Department of History

University of Innsbruck, Department of History and European Ethnology

New Orleans, March 26–27, 2018

Deadline: June 12, 2017

 

Call for Papers International Workshop "Electrifying the World. Towards a Global History of Light and Power"

 

CFP (Conference) Transitions in Energy History: State of the Art and New Perspectives

Call for papers

Transitions in Energy History: State of the Art and New Perspectives

Conference, Milano, 29th November – 1st December 2017

 

Locations: Museo nazionale della scienza e della tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci”, Sala Biancamano, Via Olona 6 bis, 20123 Milano, Italy; Edison, Sala azionisti, Foro Buonaparte 31, 20121 Milano, Italy.

Dates: 29th November – 1st December 2017

Deadline for submission: 25 June 2017

Re: Priest on Jacobs, 'Panic at the Pump: The Energy Crisis and the Transformation of American Politics in the 1970s'

I welcome the opportunity to continue the discussion of Meg Jacobs’s Panic at the Pump: The Energy Crisis and the Transformation of American Politics in the 1970s. Despite our differences on the subject, I am grateful to Professor Jacobs for initiating a conversation about the political dimensions of the 1970s energy crisis.

Re: Lutz on Jones, 'Routes of Power: Energy and Modern America'

I appreciate Rachael Lutz taking the time to carefully review Routes of Power. Her review successfully captures many of the book’s central arguments and points constructively to areas where further work can be done.

In a separate roundtable on Routes of Power, I discussed at length some of the book’s aspirations, theoretical choices, and relevance for the present. Rather than repeat those, I encourage those who’d like to know more to browse that roundtable at this link: https://networks.h-net.org/jones-routes-power-roundtable-review-vol-5-no...

CFP (Second): Transitions in Energy Landscapes and Everyday Life in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries- Munich 2017

A Workshop organized by the Material Cultures of Energy Project and the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society

Venue: Kerschensteiner Kolleg / Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany

Date: Thurs 27 April – Sat 29 April 2017

Deadline for Proposals: Tues 31 MAY 2016

Second Call for Papers: Transitions in Energy Landscapes and Everyday Life in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

A Workshop organized by the Material Cultures of Energy Project and the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society

Venue: Kerschensteiner Kolleg / Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany

Date: Thurs 27 April – Sat 29 April 2017

Deadline for Proposals: Tues 31 MAY 2016

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