WHO WISC Fellow-in-Residence Dr. June Lorenzo

WHAT WISC Fellow-in-Residence Dr. June Lorenzo, talks about her work exploring the impacts of Spanish colonial law on Pueblo women and the feminine in Pueblo culture.

WHEN Wednesday November 7, 2018 at 5:00pm

WHERE School for Advanced Research Dobkin Board Room

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June Lorenzo

For four weeks, the Women’s International Study Center will host Dr. June Lorenzo as Fellows-in-Residence. Please join us for a conversation about her work.


Dr. June Lorenzo

June L. Lorenzo, Laguna Pueblo/Navajo (Dine), J.D. and PhD, lives and works in her home community of Laguna Pueblo. She works with community organizations and Indigenous NGOs to address uranium mining legacy issues and resistance to new mining, sacred landscape protection, and recently on issues of repatriation of cultural patrimony.  She advocates in tribal and domestic courts, as well as before legislative and international human rights bodies.  She also participated in negotiations for both the UNDRIP and the American DRIP. She holds a PhD in Justice Studies from Arizona State University and a Juris Doctor from Cornell University.


WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S NOTE WISC brings incredible scholars, artists and others to Santa Fe as fellows-in-residence. We hope you will attend their presentations, meet our fellows and support this important work by becoming a member.


Jordan Young
Executive Director 
Women’s International Study Center