Women in Archaeology Podcast: Sexual Harassment Follow Up

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Summary: On this episode of the Women in Archaeology Podcast we will be revisiting the topic of sexual harassment. We will discuss new developments in the past year, the SAA panel from the last meeting, and resources for survivors.

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Women in Archaeology Podcast: The Changing Roles of Museums and Museum Collections

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On this episode of Women in Archaeology, we discussed the changing academic and social roles of museums in the United States. We also briefly talked about the origins of museums and how museum outreach and exhibitions can be improved.

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Women in Archaeology Podcast: Utilizing Older Collections

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The Women of Archaeology are all professional archaeologists giving their opinions and insights into issues that affect not only women but most professionals in professional archaeology. On today’s episode, the hosts will discuss the value of using older collections. Topics include some of the unique challenges posed when working with older collections, the importance of reanalyzing collections, the ethical issues of having collections that aren’t used, and our personal stories to laugh at and learn from.

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Women in Archaeology Podcast: Archaeology: Cool Women Who Dig

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On today’s episode we talk about a new book from Nomad Press by Anita Yasuda called, “Archaeology: Cool Women Who Dig”. It’s a book intended for children ages 9 through 12 and focuses on three dynamic women who are working in archaeology around the world.

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Women in Archaeology Podscast: ‘Gender’ Artifacts – Episode 29

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An episode I recorded with the rest of the Women in Archaeology Podcast group back in August, which can be found on the Archaeology Podcast Network.  On this episode, the hosts discuss why we view some artifacts as being intrinsically gendered. Specifically looking at why weapons are male and sewing implements are female and how our modern biases affect our views of the past.

Women in Archaeology Podcast: National Monuments – Episode 26

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(June 11, 2017) On this episode, the hosts talk about President Trump’s Executive Order that reviews National Monuments, like Bears Ears National Monument. The hosts also give a brief history of the Antiquities Act to provide a background of the creation of National Monuments. With the review, who stands to gain and who stands to lose if certain monuments are deceased in size or eliminated altogether? Realistically, could the Exectutive Order change existing National Monuments?

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Women in Archaeology Podcast: Colleen Strawhacker of the National Snow and Ice Data Center – Episode 24

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(May 14, 2017) On this episode the hosts are joined by Colleen Strawhacker to discuss her work in the Arctic and the American Southwest. They discuss the importance of understanding the Arctic’s role in climate change. The focus of much of this episode is on the importance of working with local groups and making information widely available to communities and scholars.

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