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Suzanne Bott
Research Associate
Arizona State Museum
(520) 603-0073
PhD, Natural Research Management, Colorado State University, 2000

Dr. Suzanne Bott is a geographer, urban planner, and conservation specialist. She worked previously with the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture leading international heritage conservation programs and instructing international students on architectural regionalism and sense of place. She is now a research associate at the Arizona State Museum. Her interests involve cultivating and promoting meaning in the environment for well-beingĀ and preserving natural and cultural structures and landscapes of meaning. She is an advisor to UNESCO through the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and has worked internationally on postwar reconstruction and places of reconciliation and healing.

Research Themes: 
Climate and Adaptation
Anthropology
Architecture
Geography
Human dimensions
International
Land use
Urban planning
Environmental Arts and Humanities
Architecture
Art history
Creative writing
Cultures of environmentalism
Ecocriticism/Environmental literature
Environmental history
Science Engagement
Connecting science and decision making
Urban Environment
Anthropology
Geography
Land use change
Public Health

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