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Energy related infrastructures are crucial to political organization. They shape the contours of states and international bodies, as well as corporations and communities, framing their material existence and their fears and idealisations of the future. Ethnographies of Power brings together ethnographic studies of contemporary entanglements of energy and political power. Revisiting classic anthropological notions of power, it asks how changing energy related infrastructures are implicated in the consolidation, extension or subversion of contemporary political regimes and discovers what they tell us about politics today.…mehr

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Energy related infrastructures are crucial to political organization. They shape the contours of states and international bodies, as well as corporations and communities, framing their material existence and their fears and idealisations of the future. Ethnographies of Power brings together ethnographic studies of contemporary entanglements of energy and political power. Revisiting classic anthropological notions of power, it asks how changing energy related infrastructures are implicated in the consolidation, extension or subversion of contemporary political regimes and discovers what they tell us about politics today.


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  • Verlag: Berghahn Books
  • Seitenzahl: 212
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. April 2021
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781789209808
  • Artikelnr.: 59829260
Autorenporträt
Simone Abram is Professor of Anthropology at Durham University and co-director of the Durham Energy Institute. She directs the innovative interdisciplinary MSc in Energy and Society at Durham University, and from 2016 until 2021 she is a co-investigator at the UK National Centre for Energy Systems Integration.
Inhaltsangabe
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Politicizing Energy Anthropology
Tristan Loloum, Simone Abram and Nathalie Ortar
Chapter 1. Southern Spectrums: The Raw to the Smooth Edges of Energopower
Raminder Kaur
Chapter 2. Ecuadorian Amazonia amidst Energy Transitions
Chris Hebdon
Chapter 3. 'Nepal's Water, the People's Investment'? Hydropolitical Volumes and Speculative Refrains
Austin Lord and Matthäus Rest
Chapter 4. Energopolitics in Times of Climate Change: Productive and Unproductive Politics of Energy Infrastructures in Poland
Aleksandra Lis
Chapter 5. The Earth is Trembling, and We Are Shaken: Governmentality and Resistance in the Groningen Gas Field
Elisabeth N. Moolenaar
Chapter 6. Delving at the Core of Everyday Life: Between Power Legacies and Political Struggles, the Case of Wood-Burning Stoves in France
Nathalie Ortar
Afterword: People Thinking Energetically
Leo Coleman
Index