May 2021: Denver University, Literature Roundtable (Invited)
Keynote address: "Scenario Planning: Narratives of Radical Futures"
February 2020: Princeton University, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (Invited)
Seminar: "The Nation as Energy: Imagining Society through Energy Intensity"
February 2020: Dartmouth University (Invited)
Paper: "Technologies of Abundance: On the Possibility of Unlimited Energy"
September 2019: Western Literature Association Conference, Estes Park, "Climate Change" (Invited)
“Paolo Bacigalupi: Storytelling for a Fragmented Future”
March 2019: Yale University, Whitney Humanities Center (Invited)
Energy Humanities Workshop
August 2018: Petrocultures, University of Glasgow
Paper: "Scenario Planning: New Fictions and Genres about Energy and Climate Futures"
July 2017: ACLA American Comparative Literature Association Conference, Utrecht University
Panel: "Capturing Life: Capital and the Biosphere"
March 2017: Media@McGill International Colloquium, McGill University
Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
Colloquium Co-Organizer and Respondent: "Climate Realism"
January 2017: MLA Convention, Philadelphia
Panel Organizer and Respondent: Climate Realism: The Aesthetics of Weather, Climate, and Atmosphere
November 2016: MSA: Modernist Studies Association, Pasadena
Seminar: Modernist Energy Regimes
June 2016: ALECC: Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada; Queen's University
Paper: "Absolute Indeterminacy: Karel Čapek’s Pragmatist Science Fiction.”
April 2016: Rice Univeristy, Cultures of Energy Research Symposium (Invited)
Paper: “On the Possibility of a Future with Unlimited Energy”
Center for Energy & Environmental Research in the Human Science (CENHS)
January 2016: University of Alberta
Symposium Organizer and Speaker: "After Paris: An Interdisciplinary Response to the U.N. Climate Convention
November 2015: SLSA: Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, Rice University
Paper: “Durkheim’s Sociology of Energy”
Panel: “Dispositives and Assemblages” of the “Biopolitics Futures” Stream
November 2015: CRASSH Cambridge, University of Cambridge
Paper: “Energo-power and the Politics of Climate Change”
Climate Histories Research Group and Cambridge Interdisciplinary Research on the Environment
October 2015: Ecocultres Conference, University of Glasgow
Paper: “Thinking through Energy and Environmental Humanities”
"CSU researchers think it's time for a government agency focused solely on climate research, innovation"
by Ann Manning. SOURCE, Colorado State University (2021)
“Tackling human attitudes and behaviors to address wicked environmental problems”
by Jeff Dodge. SOURCE, Colorado State University (2021)
“First European ‘Energy Transitions’ education abroad program a success”
by Amanda Martinek. SOURCE, Colorado State University (2019)
“Unexpected connections: New team-teaching model in liberal arts explores interdisciplinary learning approaches”
by Jeff Dodge. SOURCE, Colorado State University (2018)