Prof. Beth Nakhai was recently published in The Chronicle of Higher Education

 

How to Avoid Gender-Based Hostility During Fieldwork

JULY 15, 2018

Like many whose fieldwork takes place far from home, I found the 2014 report "Survey of Academic Field Experiences: Trainees Report Harassment and Assault," which documented the dangers that fieldwork in isolated settings poses to (primarily) women, both riveting and horrifying. By quantifying a set of problems that many of us were aware of but which few of us took action against, the report transformed our understanding of the professional responsibilities we must commit to while engaged in fieldwork.

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For more on Prof. Nakhai's work on project see the links below.

Prof. Beth Alpert Nakhai project "Status of Women in ASOR" -  Video

Dr. Beth Alpert Nakhai's Safety on Digs 2015 Survey

The Harvey Weinstein in Your Industry

Gender in Archaeology Today: The Key to Understanding Ancient Israel - Prof. Beth Alpert Nakhai - Video

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07/15/2018 - 08:33

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