Anika M Rice

Position title: PhD Student

Email: amrice2@wisc.edu

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Pronoun(s): she | her | hers
Advisors: Matt Turner and Lisa Naughton

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EDUCATION

MS, Geography, University of Wisconsin Madison 2021
           Thesis: “Pandemic-Era Agroecology in Guatemala: Economic solidarity and smallholder resilience to economic shock
BA, Geography, University of California Berkeley, 2014

INTERESTS

Feminist political ecology, agroecology, migration, feminist pedagogy, seed saving, participatory action research methodology, Latin America

PUBLICATIONS

  • Rice, Anika M. and Zachary A. Goldberg. 2021. “’Harvesting a Participatory Movement’: Initial participatory action research with the Jewish Farmer Network.” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Development, 11(1), 115-136.
  • Rice, Anika M. and Zachary A. Goldberg. “How Jewish Farmers are Divesting from White Supremacy,” Edge Effects, July 1, 2021.
  • Rice, A. “We Don’t Own Nature: Coffee Producers and Diversification,” Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, April 2018, 16-21.
  • Rice, A. “Women in Coffee Lead the Way: Agroecology in times of crisis,” Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, October 2017, 28-33.
  • Rice, A. “Urban farm acts as a tool for growth,” The Berkeley Californian, Op-Ed. Jan 23, 2014.
  • Rice, A. Made in the Shade: Bird Friendly Coffee, Map in Food: An Atlas, Guerilla Cartography, 2013, 34-35.

GRANTS AND AWARDS

  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, 2020-2025
  • 4W (Women & Wellbeing in Wisconsin & the World) Engagement Grant for Emerging Scholars, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2020-2021
  • Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS) Fieldwork Mini-Grant, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2020
  • Conference of Latin American Geographers (CLAG) Summer Fieldwork Grant, 2020
  • University of Wisconsin Madison, Helen Firstbrook Franklin Scholarship, 2019-2020
  • University of Wisconsin Madison, Institute for Regional and International Studies Summer Fieldwork Research Award, 2019-2020
  • National Geographic Early Career Grantee, “Women in Coffee”, 2016