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Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban is an anthropologist and Sudanist and a founder and past president of the Sudan Studies Association. She is a specialist in Islamic law, anthropology and ethics, human rights, cultural relativism and universal rights, and has authored texts books on Islamic societies and on race and racism. She is a beekeeper and lectures on bees and beekeeping.  She is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Rhode Island College, Providence, Rhode Island; also a lecturer at the Naval War College. She is married to Richard Lobban.
- Rhode Island College: Anthropologist Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban retires from RIC (accessed 28 March 2014)
- The Brown Daily Herald: RIC starts sustainability buzz with beehives (accessed 28 March 2014)
- Workshop on Pluralism, Coexistence and Conflict: Majority and Minority Communities in Muslim Societies: Abstracts and Bios (accessed 28 March 2014)
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