Bibliographies

Mining: Anthropological & Social Science Research

Ballard, Chris and Glenn Banks. 2003. Resource Wars: The Anthropology of Mining. Annual Review of Anthropology 32:287-313.

Bebbington, Anthony, ed. 2012. Social Conflict, Economic Development and Extractive Industry: Evidence from South America. London and New York: Routledge.

Bebbington, Anthony, Leonith Hinojosa, Denise Humphreys Bebbington, Maria Luisa Burneo, and Ximena Warnaars. 2008. Contention and Ambiguity: Mining and the Possibilities of Development. Development and Change 39(6):887-914.

Bridge, Gavin. 2004. Contested Terrain: Mining and the Environment. Annual Review of Environmental Resources 29:205-259.

_____. 2004. Mapping the Bonanza: Geographies of Mining Investment in an Era of Neoliberal Reform. Professional Geographer 56(3):406-421.

_____. 2008. Global Production Networks and the Extractive Sector: Governing Resource-based Development. Journal of Economic Geography 8(3):389-419.

_____. 2009. Material Worlds: Natural Resources, Resource Geography and the Material Economy. Geography Compass 3:1-28.

Deller, Steven C. and Andrew Schreiber. 2012. Frac Sand Mining and Community Economic Development. Staff Paper No. 565. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics.

_____. 2012. Mining and Community Economic Growth. The Review of Regional Studies 42:121-141.

Freudenburg, William R. and Scott Frickel. 1994. Digging Deeper: Mining-Dependent Regions in Historical Perspective. Rural Sociology 59(2):266-288.

Freudenburg, William R. and Lisa J. Wilson. 2002. Mining the Data: Analyzing the Economic Implications of Mining for Nonmetropolitan Regions. Sociological Inquiry 72(4):549-575.

Gedicks, Al. 2001. Resource Rebels: Native Challenges to Mining and Oil Corporations. Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

_____. 1993. The New Resource Wars: Native and Environmental Struggles Against Multinational Corporations. Boston: South End Press.

Godoy, Ricardo. 1986. Mining: Anthropological Perspectives. Annual Review of Anthropology 14:199-217.

Graulau, Jeannette. 2008. ‘Is Mining Good for Development?’: The Intellectual History of an Unsettled Question. Progress in Development Studies 8(2):129-162.

Himley, Matthew. 2010. Global Mining and the Uneasy Neoliberalization of Sustainable Development. Sustainability 2:3270-3290.

McNeil, Bryan T. 2011. Combating Mountaintop Removal: New Directions in the Fight against Big Coal. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Pearson, Thomas W. 2013. Frac Sand Mining in Wisconsin: Understanding Emerging Conflicts and Community Organizing. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 35(1):30-40.

Power, Thomas Michael. 2007. The Economic Role of Metal Mining in Minnesota: Past, Present, and Future. Report prepared for Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy and the Sierra Club.

Smith Rolston, Jessica. 2013. The Politics of Pits and the Materiality of Mine Labor: Making Natural Resources in the American West. American Anthropologist 115(4):582-594.

_____. 2010. Risky Business: Neoliberalism and Workplace Safety in Wyoming Coal Mines. Human Organization 69(4):331-342.

_____. 2010. Talk about Technology: Negotiating Gender Difference in Wyoming Coal Mines. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 35(4):893-918.

Smith, Jessica M. 2008. Crafting Kinship at Home and Work: Women Miners in Wyoming. Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society 11:439-458.

Smith, Jessica and Frederico Helfgott. 2010. Flexibility or exploitation: Corporate social responsibility and the perils of universalization. Anthropology Today 26(3):20-23.

Welker, Marina A. 2009. 'Corporate Security Begins in the Community': Mining, The Corporate Social Responsibility Industry, and Environmental Advocacy in Indonesia. Cultural Anthropology 24(1):142-179.

Wilson, Lisa J. 2004. Riding the Resource Roller Coaster: Understanding Socioeconomic Differences between Mining Communities. Rural Sociology 69(2):261-281.


Fracking: Anthropological & Social Science Research

Cartwright, Elizabeth. 2013. Eco-risk and the Case of Fracking. In Cultures of Energy: Power, Practices, Technologies. Sarah Strauss, Stephanie Rupp, and Thomas Love, eds. Pp. 201-212. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast.

de Rijke, Kim. 2013. Hydraulically Fractured: Unconventional Gas and Anthropology. Anthropology Today 29(2):13-17.

de Rijke, Kim. 2013. The Agri-Gas Fields of Australia: Black Soil, Food, and Unconventional Gas. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 35(1):41-53.

Finewood, Michael H. and Laura J. Stroup. 2012. Fracking and the Neoliberalization of the Hydro-Social Cycle in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale. Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 147(1):72-79.

Hudgins, Anastasia. 2013. Fracking's Future in a Coal Mining Past: Subjectivity Undermined. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 35(1):54-59.

Hudgins, Anastasia and Amanda Poole. 2014. Framing Fracking: Private Property, Common Resources, and Regimes of Governance. Journal of Political Ecology 21:222-348.

Kinchy, Abby J. 2013. Public Perspectives on Contaminated Wastewater from Marcellus Shale Development. Report on Research Supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (white paper).

Kinchy, Abby J. and Simona L. Perry. 2012. Can Volunteers Pick Up the Slack? Efforts to Remedy Knowledge Gaps About the Watershed Impacts of Marcellus Shale Gas Development. Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum 22(2):303-339.

Matz, Jacob and Daniel Renfrew. 2014. Selling "Fracking": Energy in Depth and the Marcellus Shale. Environmental Communication

Mercer, Alexandra, Kim de Rijke, and Wolfram Dressler. 2014. Silence in the midst of the boom: coal seam gas, neoliberalizing discourse, and the future of regional Australia. Journal of Political Ecology 21:279-302.

Pearson, Thomas W. 2013. Frac Sand Mining in Wisconsin: Understanding Emerging Conflicts and Community Organizing. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 35(1):30-40.

Perry, Simona L. 2013. Using Ethnography to Monitor the Community Health Implications of Onshore Unconventional Oil and Gas Developments: Examples from Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale. New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 23(1):33-53.

_____. 2012. Addressing the Societal Costs of Unconventional Oil and Gas Exploration and Production. Environmental Practice 14(4).

_____. 2012. Development, Land Use, and Collective Trauma: The Marcellus Shale Gas Boom in Rural Pennsylvania. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 34(1):81-92.

_____. 2011. Energy Consequences and Conflicts Across the Global Countryside: North American Agricultural Perspectives. Forum on Public Policy 2.

Poole, Amanda and Anastasia Hudgins. 2014. “I Care More About this Place, Because I Fought For It”: Exploring the Political Ecology of Fracking in an Ethnographic Field School. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 4(1):37-46.

Simonelli, Jean. 2014. Home rule and natural gas development in New York: civil fracking rights. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 258-278.

Willow, Anna J. 2014. The new politics of environmental degradation: un/expected landscapes of disempowerment and vulnerability. Journal of Political Ecology 21:237-257.

Willow, Anna J. and Sara Wylie. 2014. Politics, ecology, and the new anthropology of energy: exploring the emerging frontiers of hydraulic fracturing. Journal of Political Ecology 21:222-236.

Willow, A.J., D. Vilaplana, D. Sheeley and R. Zak. 2014. The contested landscape of unconventional energy development: a report from Ohio's shale gas country. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 4(1):56-64.

Wylie, Sara Ann. 2011. Corporate Bodies and Chemical Bonds: An STS Analysis of Natural Gas Development in the United States. PhD Dissertation, Program in Science, Technology, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Wylie, Sara and Len Albright. 2014. WellWatch: reflections on designing digital media for multi-sited para-ethnography. Journal of Political Ecology 21:320-348.


Other Perspectives on the Impacts of Fracking

MIT Energy Initiative. 2011. The Future of Natural Gas: An Interdisciplinary Study. MIT.

Wilber, Tom. 2012. Under the Surface: Fracking, Fortunes, and the Fate of the Marcellus Shale. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.


Oil, Gas, & Energy: Anthropological & Social Science Perspectives

Behrends, Andrea, Stephen P. Reyna, and Gunther Schlee, eds. 2011. Crude Domination: An Anthropology of Oil. New York: Berghahn.

Bridge, Gavin. 2011. Past Peak Oil: Political Economy of Energy Crises. In Global Political Ecology. Richard Peet, Paul Robbins, and Michael J. Watts, eds. Pp. 307-324. London and New York: Routledge.

Huber, Matthew T. 2013. Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom, and the Forces of Capital. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

McNeish, John-Andrew and Owen Logan, eds. 2012. Flammable Societies: Studies on the Socio-economics of Oil and Gas. New York: Pluto Press.

Rogers, Douglas. 2012. The Materiality of the Corporation: Oil, Gas, and Corporate Social Technologies in the Remaking of a Russian Region. American Ethnologist 39(2): 284-296.

Sawyer, Suzana. 2004. Crude Chronicles: Indigenous Politics, Multinational Oil, and Neoliberalism in Ecuador. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Shever, Elana. 2012. Resources for Reform: Oil and Neoliberalism in Argentina. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Strauss, Sarah, Stephanie Rupp, and Thomas Love, eds. 2013. Cultures of Energy: Power, Practices, Technologies. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.

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