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The following resources have been compiled by the Society for American Archaeology Task Force to Compile Resources for Preventing Sexual Harassment.  The Society of American Archaeology provides these resources for informational purposes only and in no event shall be held liable for any claims arising out of or related to these resources. In all cases, individuals should consult with their own legal counsel.

Federal Statutes

Anthropology Professional Societies

Key Resources

Problematic Advisor-Advisee relationships

Safety in the Field

Sexual Harassment in the Field

Stopping Sexual Harassment—Helping Someone Who is Being Harassed

Articles about Sexual Harassment

The Guardian: Higher education (Calls for action by universities on ‘epidemic’ of harassment on campus): https://www.theguardian.com/education/2017/mar/06/calls-for-review-into-how-universities-handle-sexual-harassment-allegations

American Anthropologist Link: http://ad.americananthro.org/equity-issues-for-women-in-archaeology/

The Santa Barbara Current: Digging Into Gender Equity by Jim Logan: http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2017/017756/digging-gender-equity

References on Chilly Climate for Women Faculty in Academe
Jennifer Freyd, Psychology, University of Oregon; JQ Johnson, Library, University of Oregon

SAA Archaeological Record Volume 8, No. 4, 2008:

  • Motherhood and the Future of Women in Archaeology-Maxine Oland
  • Is Childcare something we should care about? Caryn Berg and Brenda Bowser
  • Sexual Harassment and Professional Ethics-by Rita Wright
  • Glass Ceiling Syndrome for Women in Archaeology by Lynn Neal

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