Christian Anderson, Jin-Kyu Jung, and Santiago Lopez present at Association of American Geographers in Chicago

IAS faculty members Christian Anderson, Jin-Kyu Jung, and Santiago Lopez presented their research at the 2015 meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Chicago, Illinois. Anderson organized several sessions, participated in a panel on the worker inquiry, and presented the paper “Wrestling urban social reproduction from the 'big boys'”.  Jung participated in two discussion panels “Frontiers or Reflectors?: A Methodological Discussion of Social Media Landscapes, Social Norms and Spaces of the Everyday”  and “Geography and the Crisis of Civic Engagement in Higher Education: pedagogy, scholarship & institutional politics”. Lopez presented a collaborative research paper with IAS faculty member David Stokes entitled “A spatially explicit model of the presence of English holly (Ilex aquifolium): Spatial relationships and trajectories”.