Historiar las transiciones: el valor de la teoría histórica para la investigación de las transiciones energéticas

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Michael Gismondi

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Este artículo presenta cuatro perspectivas sobre la historia y la


teoría del cambio social estructural de largo plazo. El estudio


argumenta cómo estas perspectivas pueden adelantar el trabajo sobre


transiciones, la historia ambiental, la historización del Antropoceno,


la historia desde abajo y el tiempo plural. El propósito es promover


un mayor compromiso con la reflexión histórica como una forma de


conocimiento sobre las transiciones, a medida que avanzamos en el


trabajo de acelerar futuros alternativos, más equitativos y con bajos


niveles de carbono.

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Gismondi, M. (2021). Historiar las transiciones: el valor de la teoría histórica para la investigación de las transiciones energéticas. Procesos. Revista Ecuatoriana De Historia, (52), 195-217. https://doi.org/10.29078/procesos.v.n52.2020.2612
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Michael Gismondi, Centre for Social Sciences, Athabasca University / University Drive

Profesor emérito de la Universidad de Athabasca, en Alberta (Canadá). Es PhD en Social & Political Thought en por la btuvo su doctorado en la Universidad de York, Toronto, en 1991. Sus investigaciones se centran en la extracción de recursos naturales y la sociología ambiental, los cuales estudia desde ámbitos interdisciplinarios. Sus publicaciones incluyen: Challenging Legitimacy at the Precipice of Energy Calamity, escrito con Debra Davidson (2011); y, The Emery Claim in Nicaragua and United States Foreign Policy. circa 1890-1910, publicado con Jeremy Mouat (2009).

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