Dominic Boyer Dominic Boyer is Professor of Anthropology at Rice University and Founding Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences (CENHS), the first research center in the world designed specifically to promote research on the energy/environment nexus in the arts, humanities and social sciences. He recently led the editorial collective of the journal Cultural Anthropology (2015-2018) and edits the Expertise book series for Cornell University Press. He is currently pursuing ethnographic research with flood victims in Houston, Texas, and on electric futures across the world. His most recent book is Energopolitics (Duke UP, 2019), which is part of a collaborative duograph, “Wind and Power in the Anthropocene,” with Cymene Howe, which studies the politics of wind power development in Southern Mexico. With Howe, he also helped make a documentary film about Iceland’s first major glacier (Okjökull) lost to climate change, Not Ok: a little movie about a small glacier at the end of the world. In August 2019, together with Icelandic collaborators they installed a memorial to Okjökull’s passing, an event that attracted media attention from around the world. Boyer also produced and co-hosted (with Howe) 200 episodes of the “Cultures of Energy” podcast (available on iTunes, PlayerFM and Stitcher).