Jeff Diamanti teaches literary and cultural analysis, media studies, and environmental humanities. In 2016-17 he was the Media@McGill Postdoctoral Fellow in Media and the Environment where he co-convened the international colloquium on Climate Realism. His work tracks the relationship between fossil fuels and media and has appeared in the journals Postmodern Culture, Mediations, Western American Literature, and Reviews in Cultural Theory, as well as the books Fueling Culture (Fordham UP) and A Companion to Critical and Cultural Studies (Wiley-Blackwell). Diamanti has edited a number of book and journal collections including Contemporary Marxist Theory (Bloomsbury 2014), Materialism and the Critique of Energy (MCM’ Press 2017), and the forthcoming Energy Cultures (West Virginia University Press 2018) and Bloomsbury Companion to Marx (2018), as well as a special issue of Reviews in Cultural Theory on “Energy Humanities” and a double issue of Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities on “Climate Realism.” He is working on a book called Terminal Landscapes: Media Ecologies of Postindustrial Energy Cultures. In August 2018 he will offer a keynote address to the Petrocultures 2018 conference in Glasgow, UK.