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The Ethics of Oil: Finance Moralities and Environmental Politics in the Global Oil Economy

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Risk and responsibility: Private equity financiers and the US shale revolution

Author(s): Sean Field
Published in: Economic Anthropology, 9(1), 2021, Page(s) 47-59, ISSN 2330-4847
Publisher: Society for Economic Anthropology
DOI: 10.1002/sea2.12221

Contentious connections: infrastructure, dignity, and collective life in Accra, Ghana

Author(s): Pauline Destree
Published in: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Volume 28, Issue 1, 2021, Page(s) 92-113, ISSN 1467-9655
Publisher: Wiley
DOI: 10.1111/1467-9655.13654

Power and precariousness in the expert hierarchies of the US hydrocarbon industry

Author(s): Sean Field
Published in: Critique of Anthropology, 41/3, 2021, Page(s) 303-319, ISSN 0308-275X
Publisher: SAGE Publications
DOI: 10.1177/0308275x211038608

Projects of devotion: energy exploration and moral ambition in the cosmoeconomy of oil and gas in the Western United States

Author(s): Mette M. High
Published in: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 25/S1, 2019, Page(s) 29-46, ISSN 1359-0987
Publisher: Royal Anthropological Institute
DOI: 10.1111/1467-9655.13013

Introduction: The ethical constitution of energy dilemmas

Author(s): Mette M. High, Jessica M. Smith
Published in: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 25/S1, 2019, Page(s) 9-28, ISSN 1359-0987
Publisher: Royal Anthropological Institute
DOI: 10.1111/1467-9655.13012

THE COMEBACK OF THE PLASTIC STRAW: ARE WE SACRIFICING SUSTAINABILITY IN THE FACE OF COVID-19 SAFETY?

Author(s): Anna Rauter
Published in: The Energy Blog, 11 October, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

THE WORK OF ACTIVISM

Author(s): Sarah O'Brien
Published in: The Energy Blog, 24 October, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

OIL, OIL, WHO WANTS SOME OIL? PART 5: BETTING ON THE FUTURE

Author(s): Sean Field Mette M. High
Published in: The Energy Blog, 21 May, 2021
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

Norms and Illegality: Intimate Ethnographies and Politics

Author(s): Sean Field
Published in: American Ethnologist, Volume 49, Issue 1, 2022, Page(s) 134-135, ISSN 1548-1425
Publisher: Wiley
DOI: 10.1111/amet.13055

MAKING ENERGY. PART 1: A CONVERSATION WITH SOLAR-TECH CEO PAUL CHENG OF PLUS RENEWABLES

Author(s): Anna Rauter
Published in: The Energy Blog, 20 January, 2021
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

OIL, OIL, WHO WANTS SOME OIL? PART 4: THE BRENT CRUDE COMPLEX

Author(s): Sean Field Mette M. High
Published in: The Energy Blog, 19 Dec, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

OIL, OIL, WHO WANTS SOME OIL? PART 3: ANTICIPATING THE FUTURE AND FINANCIALIZING OIL

Author(s): Sean Field Mette M. High
Published in: The Energy Blog, 2 October, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

OIL, OIL, WHO WANTS SOME OIL? PART 1: REFLECTIONS ON OIL INFRASTRUCTURES AT A TIME OF NEGATIVE OIL PRICE

Author(s): Mette M. High Sean Field
Published in: The Energy Blog, 27 May, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

The struggle for capacity: a historical ethnography of toxicology in Senegal

Author(s): Pauline Destree
Published in: Anthropology Book Forum, 1 November, 2021, ISSN 2380-7725
Publisher: American Anthropological Association

Solar for the Few: Stranded Renewables and Green Enclaves in Ghana

Author(s): Pauline Destree
Published in: Focaal Blog, Special Feature: The Political Power of Energy Futures, 9 April, 2021
Publisher: Focaal

OIL, OIL, WHO WANTS SOME OIL? PART 2: PIPELINES AND OIL PRICES

Author(s): Mette M. High Sean Field
Published in: The Energy Blog, 21 July, 2020
Publisher: The Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

HOW TO DO BETTER: CLIMATE AMBITIONS AND ENERGY TRANSITIONS AT THE COP26

Author(s): Mette M. High
Published in: The Energy BLog, 30 November, 2021
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

FOLLOWING THE THREADS

Author(s): Sarah O'Brien
Published in: The Energy Blog, 27 May, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

Financialization: Relational approaches

Author(s): Sean Field
Published in: Anthropological Notebooks, Volume 27, Issue 1, 2021, Page(s) S1-S3
Publisher: Slovene Anthropological Society
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5762105

NATURAL GAS IN THE UK, PART 1: INFRASTRUCTURES & GEOPOLITICS

Author(s): Sean Field
Published in: The Energy Blog, 17 September, 2021
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

REACTING TO CRISES: CORONAVIRUS FIRST. ECONOMY SECOND. CLIMATE LAST?

Author(s): Anna Rauter
Published in: The Energy Blog, 27 May, 2020
Publisher: Centre for Energy Ethics, University of St Andrews

Changing the conversation on energy at the Centre for Energy Ethics

Author(s): Mette M. High
Published in: Energy Humanities News, 10 December, 2021
Publisher: Energy Humanities