Rachel Kulick, PhD

Associate Professor

Sociology / Anthropology

Curriculum Vitae




Liberal Arts 392D


2010Brandeis UniversityPhD in Sociology
2003Harvard Graduate School of EducationMEd in Education
1993Union CollegeBS in Psychology


  • Sustainability
  • Media Studies
  • Research Methods
  • Social Constructions of Whiteness


Research interests

  • Climate Change
  • Food Systems
  • Social Movements
  • Participatory Action Research


Research Activities

  • Community-based approaches to food justice
  • Community-based resilience and innovation in response to climate change
  • Gender-based approaches to climate change and environmental injustices

Select publications

Rachel Kulick (2019).
More time in the kitchen, less time on the streets: the micropolitics of cultivating an ethic of care in alternative food networks
Local Environment: An International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 24, 37-51.

Rachel Kulick (2014).
What do you see that I cannot? Peer Facilitations of Difference and Conflict in the Collective Production of Independent Youth Media
Interface: A Journal for and about Social Movements, 6, 301-327.

Rachel Kulick (2014).
Making Media for Themselves: Strategic Dilemmas of Prefigurative Work in Independent Media Outlets
Social Movement Studies, 13

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