Working papers

Tollefson, J. and Panikkar, B. (2020) “Impact assessment, public engagement, and environmental knowledge production: Large mine permitting in Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta”. Under review.

Frickel, S. and Tollefson, J. (2020) “Before Spindletop: New computational methods for excavating America’s forgotten fossil fuel industry”. Under review.

Tollefson, J., Restrepo, I., and Friskel, S. (2020) “A new method to identify former manufactured gas sites.” In preparation.

Articles

Tollefson, J. (2020) “Post-Fukushima discourse in the US press: Quantified knowledge, the technical object, and a panicked public”. Public Understanding of Science.

Panikkar, B. and Tollefson, J. (2018) “Land as material, knowledge and relationships: Resource extraction and subsistence imaginaries in Bristol Bay, Alaska”. Social Studies of Science 48(5): 715-739.

Presentations

Tollefson, J. (2018) “Resource materiality and mining in Bristol Bay and the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska.” Presentation to American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. New Orleans. April 10-14.

Tollefson, J. (2017) “Knowledge, sovereignty, and resource extraction in rural Alaska: A case study of the Donlin Gold public comment process.” Presentation to ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting. Quebec City, CA. December 11-15.

Tollefson, J. (2017) “Land use, power, and knowledge in the Northern resource frontier.” Presentation to RSENR Graduate Research Symposium. Burlington, VT. October 13.

Tollefson, J, and Panikkar, B. (2017) “Land as material, habitat and survival: Resource materiality and mining in Bristol Bay and the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska.” Presentation to 4S: Society for the Social Studies of Science. Boston, MA. August 30 – September 2.

Tollefson, J. (2016) “Resource materiality and resistance to mineral development in Bristol Bay, Alaska.” Presentation to ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting. Winnipeg, CA. December 5-9.