Women in Archaeology Podcast: BACK TO GRAD SCHOOL – EPISODE 11 (October 16, 2016)

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I think we did a great job going into the pros and cons of potentially going back to school.  Give it a listen!

Episode Summary: Today the panel discusses getting back into the grove of grad-school, especially after taking a break. They discuss reasons to delay going into grad-school, how to pay for it when you do go back, how to survive school/life balance, and what to do with your degree once you get out.

Women in Archaeology Podcast: SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN ARCHAEOLOGY – EPISODE 10 (September 18, 2016)

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In a nutshell, sexual harassment is surprisingly pervasive throughout archaeology.  It can be found in academia to fieldwork.  It is being committed by supervisors to entry level field techs–and it needs to stop.  I am very proud to have been part of this discussion.

Episode summary: Today the Panel discuses the formation of the SAA’s recent statement on sexual harassment and look at a few notable cases that have made the news. 

Women in Archaeology Podcast-Episode 4, Part 1: PELISKA’S SURVEY RESULTS, PART 1 – EPISODE 4 (June 26, 2016)

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I really enjoyed being on this discussion panel.  This episode is about:

Today we begin talking about the Results of a Survey for Field Archaeologists / Culural Resource Managers by Charles J. Peliska. We look over education, gender, and the pay gap and try to figure out some reasons behind the differences. This is part one of a two part discussion.

Women in Archaeology Podcast: Episode 1-ARPA AND THE OREGON OCCUPATION (April 10, 2016)

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This was the first Women in Archaeology Podcast panel I got to be a part of–I absolutely loved being part of the discussion.  Since then, I’ve become one of the co-hosts.  Here’s what the episode is about:

The Panel discusses the application of ARPA in recent court cases and how ARPA could be used in the prosecution of the Oregon Militia Standoff.