Biodiversity conservation, impacts of agricultural policies, and rural development are only a few elements in the critical field of food politics and justice. Professor Garrett Graddy-Lovelace draws on her training as a critical geographer in her community-based participatory action research with grassroots groups on Farm Bill reforms. Her research also focuses on agricultural biodiversity conservation, agrarian cooperatives, and domestic and global impacts of US farm policies. She is writing a book on agrobiodiversity conservation politics and seed conservation.
Dr. Garrett Graddy-Lovelace, Assistant Professor
The Power of Seeds & the Politics of Agricultural Biodiversity (University of Chicago Press, under review).
"Latent Alliances: The Women's March and Agrarian Feminism as Opportunities of and for Political Ecology," Gender, Place, & Culture (currently online first).
"Beyond Biodiversity Conservation: Why policy needs social theory, social theory needs justice, and justice needs policy," Global Environmental Politics, Vol. 70, no. 2 (2017).
"Agricultural Systems: Co-Producing Knowledge and Food," in U. Felt, C. Miller, eds., The Science and Technology Studies Handbook, 4th edition (MIT Press, 2016). Co-authored with A. Iles, M. Montenegro, and R. Galt.
"The Coloniality of US Agricultural Policy: Articulating Agrarian (In)Justice," Journal of Peasant Studies, Vol. 43, no. 3 (2016).