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Emily Bergeron

University of Kentucky
Assistant Professor
(859) 323-2747

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Emily is an assistant professor in the Department of Historic Preservation and an affiliate in the University’s Center for Equality and Social Justice. She completed her doctoral work at Cornell in the Department of City and Regional Planning where her work focused on cultural resource protection, environmental justice, and land tenure issues impacting the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. She is a member of the Florida and Maryland Bars and serves as the Chair of the American Bar Association’s Committee on Environmental Justice. Her work focuses on the connections between environmental justice and cultural resource protection.

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