Atkinson, Cram, and Romero present at the Knowledge/Cultures/Ecology conference in Santiago, Chile

As part of their IAS Research Interest Group on "Expanding the Environmental Humanities," faculty members Jennifer Atkinson, Shannon Cram, and Adam Romero presented at the Knowledge/Cultures/Ecologies InternationalConference in Santiago, Chile. Their talks traced the resurgence of farmer's markets to their historical roots in the 1960s counterculture; explored the coproduction of ecological science and atomic weapons development; and examined the role of agriculture as a profitable sink for toxic industrial waste.

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