Matthew Schneider-Mayerson reviews three energy books in the American Quarterly

Posted by on Jul 24, 2015
Matthew Schneider-Mayerson reviews three energy books in the American Quarterly

Writing in the American Quarterly, the primary journal of the American Studies Association, former CENHS postdoc Matthew Schneider-Mayerson (now teaching at Yale-NUS college), reviews Ross Barrett and Daniel Worden’s Oil Culture (2014), Stephanie LeMenager’s Living Oil (2014), and Christopher F. Jones’s Routes of Power (2014). He calls for more engagement in american studies with climate change and oil politics, which have so far […]

Fossilized in Houston in Free Press of Houston

Posted by on Jul 24, 2015
Fossilized in Houston in Free Press of Houston

An article by CENHS predoctoral fellow Derek Woods on the activist art project Fossilized in Houston. Fossilized was begun by former CENHS postdoctoral fellow Matthew Schneider- Mayerson in 2015 to draw attention to the relationship between species extinction and climate change. Watch for further developments of the project this fall.    

Fossilized in Houston in the Houston Chronicle!

Posted by on May 11, 2015
Fossilized in Houston in the Houston Chronicle!

CENHS postdoc Matthew Schneider Mayerson describes his project about species extinction and climate change in the Houston Chronicle. Learn more about Fossilized in Houston here. It’s not too late to order free posters and signs!

“Fossilized in Houston,” by Matthew Schneider-Mayerson and Friends

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015
“Fossilized in Houston,” by Matthew Schneider-Mayerson and Friends

CENHS Postdoc Matthew Schneider-Mayerson’s great new art project draws attention to the relationship between climate change and the extinction of animal species. Learn more and order stickers, posters, and lawn signs here. Matthew’s project involves the collaboration of local artists. Fossilized in Houston is made possible by the Idea Fund. Houston, Climate Change, and the Ongoing Mass Extinction […]