WGSS Affiliated News
Beyond Leaky Pipelines and Glass Ceilings: Equity Issues on the Academic Track
Kathleen Sterling, Associate Professor of Anthropology, WGSS affiliated faculty and steering committee member at Binghamton University will be speaking in the Presidential Session of the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting on April 15. Her paper “Beyond Leaky Pipelines and Glass Ceilings: Equity Issues on the Academic Track” will be presented as part of the session “What is at Stake? The Impacts of Inequity and Harassment on the Practice of Archaeology.”
Beyond White Feminism: Not ‘Healing’ the US Back to an Anti-Feminist Future
On January 25th, 2021 the Shorenstein Center hosted Koa Beck, Spring 2019 Joan Shorenstein Fellow and author of the new book White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind, in conversation with Benita Roth, Professor of Sociology, History and Women’s Studies at Binghamton University, and author and activist Barbara Smith for a discussion about the ways that gender policies, platforms, and initiatives can be pushed forward and re-envisioned for a more inclusive future that doesn’t return to the old “normal.” | Read More
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Millennia-old burial sites show female hunters pursued big game and equal-opportunity hunting roles might have been commonplace
In the Early Americas, the blending of hunting roles regardless of sex is not especially surprising, says Kathleen Sterling, an associate professor of Anthropology, WGSS affiliated faculty and steering committee member at Binghamton University. Read More.