[Iag-list] REMINDER: Energy humanities: a postgraduate workshop with Boyer and Howe - applications closing
timneale at gmail.com
Mon Oct 14 09:52:40 AEDT 2019
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 15th OCTOBER
*Energy humanities: a postgraduate workshop with Prof. Dominic Boyer and
A/Prof. Cymene Howe*
*TIME/DATE/LOCATION: Monday 2nd December, 12:00pm-3:00pm, Deakin Downtown,
Melbourne, VIC, Australia*
In this workshop, we orient our discussion of energy humanities through the
recently published duograph *Wind and Power in the Anthropocene*, comprised
of two volumes *Energopolitics <https://www.dukeupress.edu/energopolitics>*
(Boyer) and *Ecologics <https://www.dukeupress.edu/ecologics>* (Howe).
Based on a collaborative research project, the texts analyze the
complexities of wind power development and energy transitions in Oaxaca,
Mexico, with implications extending elsewhere. Issues of indigenous
sovereignty and land, transnational capital and local political legacies,
as well as philosophical meditations on how wind can be captured, monetized
or objectified all come into play in the complex infrastructural and
sociopolitical manoeuvres required within energy transitions. The workshop
will focus on these and parallel issues in energy humanities. Participants
will be expected to read 2 chapters from *Energopolitics *and *Ecologics*
prior to the workshop.
PhD/HDR candidates interested in attending the workshop should contact
Timothy Neale (t.neale at deakin.edu.au) with a 150-word blurb about their
research before 15 October 2019.
Bios: Cymene Howe is Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
in the Department of Anthropology at Rice University. She is the author of
*Intimate Activism* (Duke 2013), *Ecologics: Wind and Power in the
Anthropocene* (Duke 2019) and co-editor of the volume, *The Anthropocene
Unseen: A Lexicon* (Punctum 2019). Dominic Boyer is Professor of
Anthropology at Rice University. He recently served in the editorial
collective of the journal *Cultural Anthropology *(2015-2018) and edits the
*Expertise: Cultures and
Technologies of Knowledge* book series for Cornell University Press.
*Dr Timothy Neale*
*Senior Research Fellow*
*Deakin University, Burwood, Australia*
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