Contesting Energy: Labor, Culture and Politics-Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Carnegie Mellon University

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Contesting Energy: Labor, Culture and Politics

In the world of energy innovation, there is a place for the humanities, and a team of CMU historians and literary and culture experts are about to show why.

The English Department’s Kathy M. Newman, Jacob Goessling and James Wynn and the History Department’s John Soluri will present “Contesting Energy: Labor, Culture and Politics” as part of the Scott Institute’s Energy Week, March 27-31. The symposium will focus on the role that energy plays in culture at large, and more specifically in the Pennsylvania region.

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