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Dr. Luz Martin del Campo-Hermosillo

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Management & Conservationtor

Dr. Luz Martin del Campo-Hermosillo is a scholar in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Management & Conservation and Gender/Feminist Studies. Her gender analysis framework informs and examines the anthropogenic influences impacting protected areas, tropical ecosystems services, environmental governance, conservation, sustainable development, land-use, and ultimately landscape change in the Lacandon Rainforest in Chiapas, Mexico from 1991-2018.


Her research was supported by the Alumni-Land Use and Environmental Change Institute (LUECI) Fellowship at the University of Florida, Gainesville where she earned her Ph.D. in Anthropology. She is also a recipient of the Tenenbaum Leadership Initiative (Executive Directors) Fellowship at the Milano New School for Management and Urban Policy in New York City, and currently the Honor Program Coordinator and Adjunct Assistant Professor in Anthropology at Kingsborough Community College-City University of New York, and Co-Chair of Gender Studies and Adjunct Full Professor at Long Island University in New York.

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