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Tammy Nemeth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am currently working on an article examining the shift in oil and gas policy-making processes in the U.S. during the 1970s, from the Interior Department to a separate Department of Energy. In addition to a comparison of the oil and gas development of two Canadian provinces -- Alberta and Saskatchewan in the post-war period.
I am also researching the impact of international environmental policies such as the Kyoto Accord on international energy policies.
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Energy
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Business History / Studies
Canadian History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Environmental History / Studies
PhD - University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
M.A. - University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
B.A. Hons - University of Regina, Regina, Sask.
Article titled “Duel of the Decade,” for the Alberta Centennial History Project. General Editor: Michael Payne
Forthcoming 2008 “From Conflict to Cooperation: Canada-US Oil and Gas Policy from the 1970s to the 1980s,” for an edited collection from the Organization for the History of Canada. Editors: Dr. John H. Thompson and Dr. Michael Behiels.
Spring 2003 “Consolidating the Continental Drift: American Influence on Diefenbaker’s National Oil Policy,” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, Vol. 13 (2002), 191-215.
Fall 2001 “Continental Drift: Conservative Energy Policy and Canadian-American Relations,” Chapter 4 in Diplomatic Departures? The Conservative Era of Foreign Policy, 1984-1993, eds. Kim Richard Nossal and Nelson Michaud (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2001), 59-70.
1998 “Pat Carney and the Dismantling of the National Energy Program,” Past Imperfect, Vol. 7 1998: 87-123.
2006 Book review Canadian Energy Policy and the Struggle for Sustainable Development, ed. G. Bruce Doern. American Review of Canadian Studies.
Spring 2004 Book review Tolerant Allies by Greg Donaghy. Ontario History, Vol. 96, Number 1 (March 2004).