Gökçe Günel

Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, Columbia University.

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    “We must move past questions of survival to post another question: not how must we survive in the present, but how would we like to live in the future?” Gökçe Günel, Lecturer in Anthropology, Columbia University, USA.

Gökçe Günel is a Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at Columbia University, New York City, USA.

Last updated: April 16, 2016 New York, NY, USA

Gökçe Günel was previously a Cultures of Energy Mellon-Sawyer Postdoctoral Fellow at Rice University and an ACLS New Faculty Fellow at Columbia University.

She obtained a PhD in Anthropology from Cornell University (2012).

Her forthcoming book Spaceship in the Desert: Energy, Climate Change, and Green Business in Abu Dhabi focuses on the construction of renewable energy and clean technology infrastructures in the United Arab Emirates, specifically concentrating on the Masdar City project.

Her work has also been published in Ephemera, Anthropology News, Public Culture, Anthropological Quarterly, The Yearbook of Comparative Literature, The ARPA Journal, Avery Review, and PoLAR.

Gökçe Günel was a workshop expert on digital space at the 5th International Forum for Sustainable Construction dedicated to “Infrastructure Space” held April 7-9, 2016 in Detroit, USA.