On this episode we discuss some of the difficulties in making friends with different crews during a field season and maintaining those relationships when you all go home. We also talk about the difficulties of maintaining relationships with close friends and significant others when you are traveling a large amount of the time, as well as our concerns for our pets while we are away.
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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 discusses the way women archaeologists are represented in a variety of media including TV, Movies, and Video Games. We talk about what there is out there for us, and what kinds of role models we’d like to see going forward. We’re also joined by special guests Chelsea Rose of Time Team America fame and Meghan Dennis aka @GingeryGamer.
I was on the discussion panel for both part 1 and part 2. The episode is about: Today we finish talking about the Results of a Survey for Field Archaeologists / Cultural 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 two of a two part discussion.
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.