T. Garrett Graddy-lovelace
School of International Service
United States of America
Professor Garrett Graddy-Lovelace researches global environmental and agricultural policy and politics. A critical geographer, she draws upon political ecology and postcolonial studies in current research on agricultural biodiversity conservation, agrarian cooperatives, and domestic and global impacts of US farm policies. This includes community-based participatory action research with grassroots groups on Farm Bill reform as well as ongoing research on Cuba-US agricultural relations. Prof. Graddy-Lovelace also designed and led an original SIS graduate Practicum entitled "Domestic & International Impacts of US Agricultural Policy." More information about the practicum is available at www.farmbillfairness.org. She is also writing a book on agrobiodiversity conservation politics. She has a PhD in Geography from University of Kentucky, a BA from Yale and a Masters of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School.
global environmental and agricultural policy and politics.
Graddy-Lovelace, G. Forthcoming. “Latent Alliances: The Women’s March and Agrarian Feminism As Opportunities of and for Political Ecology” Gender, Place & Culture. Special Issue: “Emergent Spaces in the Women’s March: Intersectionality & Inclusion”