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Angelica is an interdisciplinary educator, writer, and researcher. She is interested in landscape histories, agriculture and the environment, practices of commoning and of care, and perception and sensory methodologies. Her research at NSSR specifically focused on olive tree histories, landscapes, ecologies, and economies in southern Europe and the Mediterranean, where she researched the causes and consequences of disease spread among olive trees.
Prior to beginning graduate study at NSSR, she worked as an international and outdoor educator, facilitating programming in West Africa and Southeast Asia. She plans to continue working at the intersection of education, research, and writing and creative practice, directing her energies towards projects that bring people into relationship with the places they inhabit. She loves spending time in the woods and nerding out on trees, and bringing people together around food.