ISSN: 0002-7316 (Print), 2325-5064 (Online)
Editor: Lynn H. Gamble University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Published on behalf of the Society for American Archaeology
American Antiquity is a peer-reviewed, quarterly journal and is considered the premier journal of North American archaeology, devoted to the archaeology of the New World, method and theory pertinent to the study of New World archaeology, and closely related subjects.
'Using Public Health Interventions to Prevent Harassment in Archaeology'
"Several times each year, I learn of another case. Sometimes, I see a post on social media. More often, it is through a private email or a phone request for an in-person meeting. The details differ, but the substance is the same: another early-career archaeologist has been harassed or assaulted in the course of their education and research..."
Read Barbara L. Voss' blog 'Using Public Health Interventions to Prevent Harassment in Archaeology' in full.
The two-article series, ‘Documenting Cultures of Harassment in Archaeology: A Review and Analysis of Quantitative and Qualitative Research Studies’ and ‘Disrupting Cultures of Harassment in Archaeology: Social-Environmental and Trauma-Informed Approaches to Disciplinary Transformation’ is available now (open access) on FirstView.