Susan L. Slocum


Susan L. Slocum teaches at George Mason University and specializes in sustainable economic development through tourism and policy implementation at the regional and national level. Working with communities to enhance backward linkages between tourism and traditional industries, she has worked with rural communities in the US, UK, and indigenous populations in emerging tourism destinations in Tanzania. She has published 4 edited books and authored 2 books, including a textbook on food and agricultural tourism.

Author's Books

Women, Leisure and Tourism

Self-actualization and Empowerment through the Production and Consumption of Experience


Linking Urban and Rural Tourism

Strategies in Sustainability