#AmendP9: A Response to #SAAPrinciple9

Earlier this year at #SAA2016, in Orlando, there were many conversations about the ongoing problems of harassment in archaeology. The topic that received the most attention was sexual harassment, but there were also discussions of harassment involving, amongst other things, gender, age, sexual orientation, and disability status. I attended two organized sessions that were centered […]

Conference Life

Having survived my first Thesis Advisory Panel, and largely settled into a routine in York, I’m now preparing to leave again for a few weeks to fulfill conference obligations I set up months ago, in what feels like another life. Conferences are one of those aspects of academia┬áthat I wish I’d had more explanation on […]