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Carbon Nation: Fossil Fuels in the Making of American CultureBob Johnson
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Carbon Nation ranges across film and literary studies, ecology, politics, journalism, and art history to chart the course by which prehistoric carbon calories entered into the American economy and body. It reveals how fossil fuels remade our ways of being, knowing, and sensing in the world while examining how different classes, races, sexes, and conditions learned to embrace and navigate the material manifestations and cultural potential of these new prehistoric carbons.
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
- 978-0-7006-2004-3 (hardcover)
- 978-0-7006-2520-8 (paper)