Energy History The history of energy transitions; history of energy in the 20th century in North America and Western Europe; history of energy in the Arctic; political history of energy resources (coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, renewables), infrastructure (pipelines, shipping and grids) and usage.
International History 20th-century transatlantic history; international history of oil; history of circumpolar politics.
Diplomatic History Post-1945 diplomatic history of Canada, the U.S. or (West) Germany; culture and diplomatic history; economic diplomacy; energy diplomacy.
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Ideal students are those who are interested in transcending national historiographies and who are open to engage in more conceptual debates in energy, diplomatic and international history.
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