Adam Bobbette is a geographer and Lecturer at the University of Glasgow in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences. His current monograph The Pulse of the Earth: Political Geology in Java examines how Indonesian Islam shaped the modern understanding of the earth. His writing has appeared in the Times Literary Supplement, N+1, and Cabinet Magazine and he is co-editor and contributor to Political Geology: Active Stratigraphies and the Making of Life (2019) and New Earth Histories (2022). New Earth Histories tells the history of the environmental and earth sciences from a cosmopolitan, global perspective. He is currently working on a project about twentieth century spiritual movements, fossil fuel prospecting, and conceptions of self. He is co-founder of Kebun Lithos, a research centre on Mount Merapi volcano in central Java.He is co-founder of Kebun Lithos, a research centre on Mount Merapi volcano in central Java.His forthcoming book is The Pulse of the Earth: Political Geology in Java.