Energy Anthropology Network - EAN (European Association of Social Anthropologists - EASA)

Weekly Energy News Update-July 26th

Updates will be quite sparse for the coming two months. I am currently home in Montana and will be criss-crossing the Northern United States until late September. Being in Montana has made me painfully...

Weekly Energy News Update-July 17th

For the next week I will be attending a conference in Venice on labor and precarity in China, so comments will be sparse in this week’s update.  But I am sharing some “positive solar...

Weekly Energy News Update-July 9th

OK, so I was going to spend some time talking about the G20…    I mean, obviously it is important and there was some intense Energy going on in the streets of Hamburg these...

Weekly Energy News Update-July 2nd

Unfortunately, I could not find something fun to begin this week’s update. I spent five days this week at conferences and workshops so feeling a bit of academic overload at the moment but I’ll...

Weekly Energy News Update – June 25th

This week’s News Update is brought to you by Last Week Tonight. Last Sunday evening John Oliver gave one of his best performances to date and it is all about the coal industry in...

Weekly Energy News Update – June 19th

I hate to start the Update with a scientific controversy (not so fun), but I believe this has relevance for many on the list. Some may remember Mark Jacobson’s publication in 2015 of a...

Weekly Energy News Update – June 13th

While I was considering writing a bit about Qatar to start off, I think the news articles in this update illustrate the intensity of that issue well enough (and frankly it has completely overwhelmed...

Weekly Update – June 2nd

I am still struggling a bit with the formatting on the EAN blog, but hopefully will be able to return to that soon. The news today is of course depressing, but also should not...

CFP for ERSS: Problems of method in the social study of energy and climate change

CFP for Energy Research and Social Science https://www.journals.elsevier.com/energy-research-and-social-science/call-for-papers/problems-of-method-in-the-social-study-of-energy-and-climate  Edited by James Goodman and Jonathan Paul Marshall, University of Technology Sydney Energy and climate change are intimately related, as the main causes of climate change...