Dr. Garrett Graddy received a BA from Yale University, a Masters in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School, and a doctorate in Human Geography from University of Kentucky, where she studied in situ agricultural biodiversity initiatives in Andean Peru and Appalachian Kentucky. Her research and teaching engage: feminist political ecology, political economies of food & agriculture, biopower & bioethics, critical development studies, decolonial epistemology, food sovereignty/food justice movements across the Americas, religion, and agrarianism. She has published articles in Agriculture & Human Values and Antipode and in the fall of 2011 will be joining the Global Environmental Politics faculty at American University's School of International Studies Program. In the meantime, she is thoroughly enjoying teaching ENTS 246 & ENTS/LTAM 253 this spring term for ENTS and Latin American Studies.
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