Lab Publications

Barnes, J. 2022 Staple Security: Bread and Wheat in Egypt. Durham: Duke University Press. 

Barnes, J. 2014 Cultivating the Nile: The Everyday Politics of Water in Egypt. Durham: Duke University Press.

Barnes, J. and Taher, M. 2019 Care and Conveyance: Buying Baladi Bread in Cairo. Cultural Anthropology, 34(3): 417-443. 

Barnes, J. 2016 Uncertainty in the Signal: Modeling Egypt’s Water Futures. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 22(S1): 46-66.

Meredith DeBoom. 2021. “Climate Necropolitics: Ecological Civilization and the Distributive Geographies of Extractive Violence in the Anthropocene.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111, no. 3: 900-912.

Meredith DeBoom. 2021. “African countries are helping China go green. That may have a downside for Africans.” The Washington Post. March 12.

Meredith DeBoom. 2020. “Sovereignty and Climate Necropolitics: The Tragedy of the State System Goes ‘Green’.” In Moisio, Sami, Andrew E.G. Jonas, Natalie Koch, Christopher Lizotte, and Juho Luukkonen, (eds), Handbook on the Changing Geographies of the State: New Spaces of Geopolitics, p. 276–286. Northampton: Edward Elgar.

Harrison, C. and Welton, S. The states that opted out: Politics, power, and exceptionalism in the quest for electricity deregulation in the United States South. Energy Research and Social Science. 79: 102147.

Harrison, C. Electricity capital and accumulation strategies in the US electricity system. Environment and Planning E. OnlineFirst.

Harrison, C. Race, Space, and Electric Power: Jim Crow and the 1934 North Carolina Rural Electrification Survey. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106(4): 909-931.

Harrison, C. The historical-geographical construction of power: Electricity in eastern North Carolina. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 18(4): 469-486.

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