Colonial Burma was once a major center of world petroleum production in the early 20th Century. A notable group in the oilfields of Burma was the working-class American oil drillers, most of whom with ties to the oil regions of western Pennsylvania.
Cet article retrace l’histoire de l’essor de l’industrie éolienne au Texas à travers l’étude de la construction du parc de Roscoe en 2010, dans l’ouest de cet Etat des Etats-Unis.
At the same time that urban American hearths and kitchens became dependent upon coal, proscriptive accounts of gendered domesticity grew in popularity. Buying coal was a man’s world, full of sharp dealings, underhanded sellers, and cutthroat competition.
Christophe Bonneuil and Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, The Shock of the Anthropocene (London, New York: Verso, 2017) Translator, David Fernbach
Timothy Mitchell, Carbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of Oil (London: Verso, 2011)