Accepted Paper:

How stakeholders envision the future of energy anthropology  

Authors:

Nathalie Ortar (ENTPE)
Pauline Claudot (ECOLE NORMALE SUPERIEURE DE LYON)

Paper short abstract:

As part of a project about the future role of social sciences in energy research, 18 meetings were held across Europe with politicians, administrators and stakeholders working in energy. This communication presents those results and what place could anthropology seek within those future research.

Paper long abstract:

As part of a H2020 European project about the future role of social sciences in energy research, early 2018 18 meetings were held across Europe with politicians, administrators and stakeholders working in the field of energy. The goal was to seek future research problems. During the meetings the participants also had to express themselves about how they envisioned the role of Social Sciences and Humanities. As part of this communication, we wish to go back to this experience in order to question the research subjects which emerged from those meetings as well as the role assigned to the social sciences. This communication will present those results and what place could anthropology seek within those future research.

Panel P025
Energy in motion [Energy Anthropology Network]