gender and more gender

Christine Flaherty (cf28@COLUMBIA.EDU)
Wed, 13 Apr 1994 19:10:23 -0400

As I check my email instead of preparing my presentation for tomorrow on
gender, archaeology and the 'factory girls' of Lowell, Mass. in the
19th c., I see Hays-Gilpin's request for public discussion of
gender on the list, which I would like to emphatically second.

I think some posters to the list, knowing others must pay for their
messages, don't wish to litter up screens, but seeing as we now have an
exchange of palindromes going on (not to say this is bad necessarily), I
think a exchange of ideas and knowledge of current literature on gender
and archaeology would be simply a lovely idea.

We are trying to get a syllabus together here for a reading class on gender
and archaeology, and we'd love to see what other people are doing. So
please, have at it, and publicly.

--Christine Flaherty