Dr. Robin Pinto

Robin Lothrop PintoRobin Pinto studies the evolution of cultural landscapes in southeast Arizona and focuses on four topics of historic change: early settlement and homesteading, the New Deal and federal work programs, ranching on public lands, and the arrival and development of national parks. She has an MLA and PhD from the University of Arizona. She has written historical landscape assessments for the NPS and works with the BLM Heritage Technical Team to study landscape change at the Empire Ranch and Cienega Creek Watershed. She is part of team just finishing a book on southwest Pima County ranching entitled “Cowboys and Cowgirls around Ajo, Arizona.”