• 9 December 2022

A major bonus output from ROLES

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We are delighted to soon have our book ‘Digitisation and low-carbon energy transitions’ out in the world come January 2023! It stems from a collaborative endeavour linked with the biannual Energy Anthropology Network hybrid workshop held in August 2021 in Stavanger and online, proudly co-sponsored by the JPI CLIMATE ROLES project. To commemorate this joyous occasion, we convened online on 13 December an hour devoted to the overall book project and individual chapter contributions. This was a chance to hear directly from several of the contributors, and to reflect on this book, which brings together a range of synergistic knowledge and articulates the beginnings of a research agenda for critically engaged ethnography in important fields including transition studies, digital media studies and the energy social sciences and humanities. A nice way to ease into the holidays and whet your appetite for some reading in the year to come – join us for a sneak peek! The book is published online on 14 December.

For an external preview, see https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/digitisation-and-low-carbon-energy-transitions-siddharth-sareen/1141982699

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