Adam Romero publishes “Chemical Geographies”

IAS faculty member Adam Romero published a co-authored article, “Chemical Geographies,” in GeoHumanities.  The article is a collection of essays that arose from a conference panel on Chemical Geographies organized by Romero and Matt Huber (Syracuse University) at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.  Although the essays explore different topics, collectively they call into question the relationship of geographic and humanistic scholarship to chemistry.