Matthew T HuberAssociate Professor, Geography
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Selected Papers and Abstracts since 2000
- Circuits of capital, Matthew Huber, In B. Warf (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.(Forthcoming.), 2011.
- Labor, nature and the politics of metabolism at the Bingham Canyon copper mine., Matthew Huber with Jody Emel, In Engineering Earth: The Impacts of Megaengineering Projects, S.D. Brunn, A. Wood (eds.)(Forthcoming), 2011.
- Human ecology and energy., Matthew Huber, In B. Warf (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (Forthcoming.), 2011.
- Hyphenated geographies: The deindustrialization of nature-society geography, Matthew Huber, Geographical Review 100 (1): 74-89., 2010.
- The use of gasoline: Value, oil, and the “American way of life.”, Matthew Huber, Antipode 41 (3): 465-486. , 2009.
- Energizing historical materialism: Fossil fuels, space and the capitalist mode of production., Matthew Huber, Geoforum 40(1): 105-115., 2009.
- Fixed minerals, scalar politics: The weight of scale in conflicts over ‘the 1872 Mining Act’ in the United States., Matthew Huber with Jody Emel, Environment and Planning A 41 (2): 371-88, 2009.
- From lifeblood to addiction: Oil, space, and the wage-relation in petro-capitalist USA. , Matthew Huber, Human Geography 1(2): 42-45., 2008.
- A risky business: Mining, rent and the neoliberalization of “risk.”, Matthew Huber with Jody Emel, Geoforum 39 (3): 1393-1407, 2008.
- Global environmental standards for industry., Matthew Huber with David Angel and Trina Hamilton, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 32: 295-316, 2007.
- The urbanization of an idea: Imagining nature through urban growth boundary policy in Portland, OR, USA., Matthew Huber with Timothy Currie, Urban Geography 28(8): 705-731, 2007.