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    1. R Hazards So Grave: Anthropology and Energy
      1. Stephanie Paladino
        Jeanne Simonelli


    1. R Energy Policy in American Faith Communities: "The Power to Change“
      1. Patricia K. Townsend
    2. R The Evolving Localism (and Neoliberalism) of Urban Renewable Energy Projects
      1. Jason Morris

Research Reports

    1. R Frac Sand Mining in Wisconsin: Understanding Emerging Conflicts and Community Organizing
      1. Thomas W. Pearson
    2. R The Agri-Gas Fields of Australia: Black Soil, Food, and Unconventional Gas
      1. Kim Rijke
    3. R Fracking's Future in a Coal Mining Past: Subjectivity Undermined
      1. Anastasia Hudgins


    1. R Reflections on Teaching an "Anthropology of Energy“
      1. Dana E. Powell

Book Reviews

    1. R Flammable Societies: Studies on the Socio-economics of Oil and Gas John-Andrew McNeish & Owen Logan, editors. 2012. London: Pluto Press(370 pages)..
      1. James J. A. Blair
    2. R Cultures of Energy: Power, Practices, Technologies Sarah Strauss, Stephanie Rupp & Thomas Love, editors. 2013. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
      1. Anna J. Willow
    3. R The Energy Reader Laura Nader, editor. 2010. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell(598 pages)..
      1. Cymene Howe

Film Reviews

    1. R Switch (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fracking) 2012Harry Lynch, Director; 98 minutess
      1. Brandon Costelloe-Kuehn
    2. R Crude and The Last Mountain CrudeJoe Berlinger, Juan Diego Pérez, Alyse Ardell Spiegel, Wendy Blackstone, Joe Berlinger, Michael Bonfiglio, J. R. Deleon & Richard StrattonAlyse Ardell Spiegel. 2009. First Run Features. 1 hour 45 minutes..The Last MountainBill Haney, Peter Rhodes, Clara Bingham, Eric Grunebaum, William Sadler & Claudio RagazziPeter Rhodes. 2011. Solid Ground Films. Uncommon Productions. Dada Films. 1 hour 35 minutes..
      1. E. Paul Durrenberger