This episode the panel discusses Feminist Archaeology. What is it? How does it affect the field of archaeology, and how can it be used to improve archaeology?
- Boutin, AT. 2016. “Exploring the social constructions of disability: An application of bioarchaeology of personhood model to a pathological skeleton from ancient Bahrain.” IJP 12:17-28
- Conkey, M. and Spector, J. 1984. “Archaeology and the Study of Gender.” Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory. 7: 1-38
- Gero, J and Conkey, M. 1991. Engendering archaeology: women and prehistory. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
- Hodgson, D. 2016. The Gender, Culture, and Power Reader. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Introduction to “Binary Binds”: Deconstructing Sex and Gender Dichotomies in Archaeological Practice.
- Lara Ghisleni, Alexis M. Jordan, Emily Fioccoprile
- Feminist Theorizing of Patriarchal Colonialism, Power Dynamics, and Social Agency Materialized in Colonial Institutions. by Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood
- Black Feminist Archaeology by Whitney Battle-Baptiste
- The Invisible Sex: Uncovering the True Roles of Women in Prehistory by J. M. Adovasio, Olga Soffer, Jake Page
- Go Dig a Hole, Episode 16 – Queer Archaeology (featuring Chelsea Blackmore and Megan Springate)