Katie Bradley, Ph.D.


Summary Academic Interest: 

Katie recently received a MS in Community Development from UC Davis. Her thesis, “Food Logics: A Case Study of Dig Deep Farms & Produce” explored placed-based values for food security work in Ashland, California. She is currently a Ph.D. student in Geography at UC Davis, a student member of the Studies of Food and the Body Multicampus Research Program and a research assistant with Food Dignity, a national community food security research project supported by an Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Her academic interests include community food security work, anti-racism activism, quotidian food habits, and family and community traditions. Katie has a BA in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh and a certificate in L’Art de la Patisserie from the French Pastry School in Chicago