The Power of Seeds & the Politics of Agricultural Biodiversity (under review)
Guest Editor, Journal Themed Issue
Graddy-Lovelace, G., A. Diamond and N. Ichikawa. Forthcoming. “The United States Farm Bill: Policy, Politics & Potential” Renewable Agriculture & Food Systems.
G. Graddy-Lovelace, G. A. Diamond and N. Ichikawa. Forthcoming. “Contextualizing the Farm Bill: Questions of Agricultural Governance.” Renewable Agriculture & Food Systems.
Graddy-Lovelace, G. 2017. “Latent Alliances: The Women’s March and Agrarian Feminism As Opportunities of and for Political Ecology” Gender, Place & Culture. 24 (5): 674-695.
Graddy-Lovelace, G. 2017. “Beyond Biodiversity Conservation: Why policy needs social theory, social theory needs justice, and justice needs policy” (Invited review essay of Lorimer’s Wildlife in the Anthropocene, Youatt’s Counting Species, and Fuentes-George’s Between Preservation and Exploitation) Global Environmental Politics. 70(2): 144-151.
Graddy-Lovelace, G., A. Orozco, A. Ward. Forthcoming. “Bridging the Struggles of Urban & Rural Discrimination: Cultivating Solidarity and Sustainable Agriculture through Community-Based Research.” ACME: An International Journal of Critical Geography. (Co-authored with my graduate students)
Graddy-Lovelace, G. and A. Diamond. 2017. “From Supply Management to Agricultural Subsidies—and Back Again? US Farm Bill & Agrarian (In)Viability” Journal of Rural Studies. 50: 70-83.
Graddy-Lovelace, G. 2016. “United States-Cuba Agricultural Relations and Agrarian Questions.” Journal of Agrarian Change. DOI: 10.1111/joac.12190
Graddy-Lovelace, G. 2016. “The Coloniality of US Agricultural Policy: Articulating Agrarian (In)Justice” Journal of Peasant Studies. 43(3):1-22.
Iles, A., G. Graddy-Lovelace, M. Montenegro, and R. Galt. 2016. “Agricultural Systems: Co-Producing Knowledge and Food” In The Science and Technology Studies Handbook, 4th edition. eds. U. Felt, C. Miller. MIT Press.
Graddy, T.G. 2014. “Situating in situ: A Critical Geography of Agricultural Biodiversity Conservation in the Peruvian Andes & Beyond” Antipode. 46:2.
Graddy, T.G. 2013. “Regarding Biocultural Heritage: in situ Political Ecology of Agricultural Biodiversity in the Peruvian Andes” Agriculture & Human Values. 30(4): 587-604.
2018 Invited keynote, “Beyond the Grassroots: Participatory Ecology and Political Praxis,” Haverford College, Pennsylvania [April]
2018 Invited presenter, Emancipatory Rural Politics Institute, conference, The Hague, Netherlands [March]
2018 Invited speaker, “Cuban Studies Scholarship: Alternative Economies & Ecologies,” KU Leuven, Celestijnenlaan, Brussels [March]
2018 Invited speaker, “Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters: The Role of Spirituality in African American Environmental Activism in the U.S. South,” Antipode Foundation International Workshop. University of Louisville, Kentucky [March]
2017 Invited speaker, “Trends and Perspectives of Cuba-US Relations during the First Year of the Trump Administration,” Center for Research for International Politics and the Raul Roa Garcia Higher Institute of International Relations. Havana, Cuba [December]
2017 Invited panelist, “Food for Soul & Bread Is Gold,” with Massimo Batturo, American University
2017 “The Broader Impacts of Our Research: Supporting Women in Geography,” Invited panelist, American Association of Geographers, Boston