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Intersections series

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University of Pittsburgh Press

Series editors:  Sarah S. Elkind, San Diego State University
and Finn Arne Jørgensen, University of Stavanger, Norway

Intersections publishes theoretically-robust and narrative-driven monographs as well as cohesive edited volumes that illuminate productive synergies between history of technology, environmental history, and science and technology studies. The series explores in depth how the new natures of the Anthropocene have deep historical roots, entangled with knowledge, power, and technology. Although the focus of the series is global, works will also examine local or regional manifestations of global problems and also imagine positive action, suggest or evaluate specific policies, and consider what it means to take action in the face of global technological or environmental change.

Please direct proposals and inquiries to:
Sandy Crooms, editorial director:




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