Linda Locklear, M.A., M.S.

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Not teaching during Fall 2022  

Linda Rose Locklear (Lumbee), Faculty Emeritus at both Palomar College and San Diego State University, received a B.A. from SDSU in Sociology with a minor in Anthropology. She received an M.S. at SDSU in Counseling Psychology and an MA in Sociology from University of California San Diego. She is a consultant and lecturer on contemporary Indian issues for schools and organizations. She has done Ph.D. work in sociology at UCSD and completed a program in Tribal Law at UCLA. Her research interests are ethnographic\documentary film with a focus on American Indians, Tribal Advocacy, and American Indian Identity. Although retired, she continues to teach on an occasional basis. She continues to work with the Cham'teela, LuiseƱo language which she has done for over twenty years. She is involved with high school  and college American Indian Students getting their language requirement met with their tribal language.