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Dr. Susan Hume
Ph.D. University of Oregon, 2005
Associate Professor - Ethnicity and race, immigrant and refugee adaptation, migration studies, cultural geography, urban geography, geographic education, North America, Sub-Saharan Africa
Alumni Hall 1409
Dr. Hume mentors all new geography majors.
Hume, Susan E. 2015. Two decades of Bosnian place-making in St. Louis, Missouri. Journal of Cultural Geography 32(1): 1-22.
Hume, Susan E. 2014. “My Ethnic Identity” Writing Assignment. Chapter in Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century. Lawrence Estaville, Edris J. Montalvo, Fenda A. Akiwumi, eds. Washington, DC: National Council for Geographic Education, pp. 6-10
Solís, Patricia, Joy Adams, Leslie Durham, Susan Hume, Al Kuslikis, Victoria Lawson, Ines M. Miyares, David A. Padgett, and Alexander Ramírez. 2014. Diverse Experiences in Diversity at the Geography Department Scale. The Professional Geographer 66(2): 205-220.
Huynh, Niem Tu, Lara Bryant, Ellen J. Foster, Susan E. Hume, Meredith J. Marsh, and William R. Penual. 2013. Understanding the Development of Geographic Knowledge, Skills, and Practice: Examples of Potential Research. Research in Geographic Education 15(2): 3-15.
Hume, Susan E. 2008. Ethnic and National Identities of Africans in the United States. Geographical Review 98(4): 496-512.
Hume, Susan E. and Susan W. Hardwick. 2005. African, Russian, and Ukrainian Refugee Resettlement in Portland, Oregon. Geographical Review 95(2): 189-209.
Hume, Susan E. 2003. Belgian Settlement and Society in the Indiana Rust Belt. Geographical Review. 93(1): 30-50.