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|Title: ||Glass Ceilings, Glass Parasols and Australian
|Authors: ||Smith, Claire Edwina|
Burke, Heather Daphne
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Citation: ||Smith, C.E. & Burke, H.D., 2006.
Glass Ceilings, Glass Parasols and Australian Academic Archaeology. Australian
Archaeology, 62, 13-25.|
|Abstract: ||Within the discipline of archaeology an interest in the status of women in the workplace was a core facet of an emergent archaeology of gender. Much has been accomplished since then, and in the early twenty-first century women are a fundamental part of the archaeological social landscape. But, despite this, have women really achieved equity in the workplace?|
|Appears in Collections:||Archaeology - Collected Works|
2101 - Archaeology
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