(publications by project staff related to energy and environment; not all are direct products of Managing Scarcity)

Michiel Bron, “Engaging the Atom (Kaijser, Lehtonen, Meyer, Rubio-Varas, 2021),” Journal of Energy History/Revue d’Histoire de l’Énergie #9 (2022):

Odinn Melsted, ‘Góð saga: sagnfræðingar mæla með bókum: Christopher Jones, Routes of Power: Energy and Modern America (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2014)’, Saga : tímarit sögufélags 60.1 (2022): 48-51.

Odinn Melsted, ‘Eliminating fossil fuels: Iceland’s transition from coal and oil to geothermal district heating, 1930-1980’, History and technology 37. 4 (2022): 527-547.

Michiel Bron, “Oliebedrijven en alternatieve energie: een decennia oude combinatie?” (October 2021),

Cyrus C. M. Mody, The Squares: US Physical and Engineering Scientists in the Long 1970s (MIT Press, 2022).

Michiel Bron, “Kernfusie als eendenkroos”, Wonderkamer: Magazine voor wetenschapsgeschiedenis 5 (June 2022).

Michiel Bron, “Kies bij kernenergie ook voor de vergroening van uraniumwinning”, NRC (18 juli 2022), 

Michiel Bron, “Klimaatbeleid of politiek wapen: wat heeft de droom van onuitputtelijke schone energie uit kernfusie te maken met de Brexit?” (July 2021),

Cyrus C. M. Mody, “Spillovers from Oil Firms to the US Semiconductor and Computing Industries: Smudging Public-Private Distinctions and Retelling Conventional Narratives,” Enterprise & Society (FirstView):

Thomas Turnbull and Cyrus C. M. Mody, “Turn and Turn Again: How Big Science Both Helped and Hindered Alternative Energy in the 1970s,” in Debating the Societal Impact of Big Science in the 21st Century, ed. Theodore Arabatzis and Panagiotis Charitos (IOP, under review).

Cyrus C. M. Mody, “Surveying the Landscape: The Oil Industry and Alternative Energy in the 1970s,” in Electrical Conquest: New Approaches to the History of Electrification, ed. Erik Conway and W. Bernard Carlson (Springer, under review).

Jelena Stankovic, Marc Dijk, and Anique Hommels, “Upscaling, Obduracy, and Underground Parking in Maastricht (1965-present): Is There a Way Out?,” Journal of Urban History 47.6 (2021): 1225-1250.