Introduction

Energy and economy: Recognizing high-energy modernity as a historical period
Thomas Love, Cindy Isenhour | Abstract

SECTION I – “Energy, Economy, and Society”

Neither counterfeit nor paradise: The carrying capacity of pre-Columbian ecosystems in Brazil
Justin R. Bucciferro | Abstract

The crown joules: Resource peaks and monetary hegemony
Jalel Sager | Abstract

Inside the halo zone: Geology, finance, and the corporate performance of profit in a deep tight oil formation Caura L. Wood | Abstract

The role of corporate oil and energy debt in creating the neoliberal era
Sandy Smith-Nonini | Abstract

SECTION II – “Infrastructure, Movements, and Markets”

The infrastructure of markets: From electric power to electronic data
Canay Özden-Schilling | Abstract

“The most eastern of the West, the most western of the East”: Energy-transport infrastructures and regional politics of the periphery in Turkey
Bilge Firat | Abstract

District heating as heterotopia: Tracing the social contract through domestic energy infrastructure in Pimlico, London
Charlotte Johnson | Abstract

SECTION III – “Communities of Energy”

Circuits and currents: Dynamics of disruption in New York City blackouts
Stephanie Rupp | Abstract

Women, nature, and development in sites of Ecuador’s petroleum circuit
Cristina Cielo, Lisset Coba, Ivette Vallejo | Abstract

Communities of energy
Ben Campbell, Jon Cloke, Ed Brown | Abstract

SECTION IV – “The Economy and Politics of Energy Transitions”

Citizens of a hydropower nation: Territory and agency at the frontiers of hydropower development in Nepal
Austin Lord | Abstract

Offshore wind power development in Maine: A rational choice perspective
James M. Acheson, Ann W. Acheson | Abstract

Electric activism: Analysis, alliances, and interventions
Davida Wood | Abstract