Jennifer Kitson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography, Planning, and Sustainability at Rowan University her research and teaching explore the lived, sensory experience of place in making just, hospitable, and sustainable communities. She is particularly fond of the Glassboro public fountain, which was constructed in 1900 to serve people, horses, and dogs (and doubles as a lampost!) but now only exists in photographs and the imagination.
Megan Bucknum hails from the banks of the Delaware River within the City of Philadelphia and works along the Chestnut Branch of Mantua Creek at Rowan University, where she is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography, Planning and Sustainability at Rowan University. Her research and teaching focus on integrating oral history and food systems into traditional community and environmental planning curriculum.