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Susan Lobo

About Susan Lobo

Susan Lobo specializes in community-based work and research in rural and urban Native communities in the United States and Latin America.  She currently lives and works much of the year in Uruguay.  Her books include the text "Native American Voices".  "The sweet smell of home: the life and art of Leonard F. Chana", "Urban Voices," among others"

Areas of Study

Indigenous peoples worldwide, including urbanization, modernization, migration, and community development; American Indians with a focus on contemporary issues, urbanization, and social change; and current issues in Native American Studies as an academic field of study.

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Contact Information

Susan Lobo
Scholar in Residence
Office Hours: Please contact to schedule

Degree(s)

Ph.D., 1977, University of Arizona, Tucson, Cultural Anthropology

Catalog Courses by Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences