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March 3, 2016

Stephanie LeMenager Profiled in Oregon Quarterly

picture-297Oregon Quarterly profiles Stephanie LeMenager, UO English Barbara and Carlisle Moore Distinguished Professor of English and American Literature, in its latest issue.

The profile highlights Prof. LeMenager’s cutting edge research in environmental humanities and her innovative work in the classroom. Read the full story here.

January 6, 2014

Living Oil: Petroleum Culture in the American Century

Living OilAuthor: Stephanie LeMenager

Living Oil: Petroleum and Culture in the American Century, is a work of environmental cultural studies that engages with a wide spectrum of cultural forms, from museum exhibits and oil industry tours to poetry, documentary film, fiction, still photography, novels and memoirs. The book’s unique focus is the aesthetic, sensory and emotional legacies of petroleum, from its rise to the preeminent modern fossil fuel during World War I through the current era of so-called Tough Oil.