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

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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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