"Archéo-sexism" exhibition at the Terres de l’Ebre campus CRAI
Archéo-Sexism is a traveling exhibition of the French association Archéo-Éthique and the Paye ta Truelle project. Through the presentation of witnesses about sexism in archaeology, mainly in the fields of excavation, it aims to promote scientific culture and encourage diversity and equality through ethics in the world of research. The testimonies collected by Paye ta Truelle and Archéo-Éthique have been illustrated by artists and exhibited in various institutions.
The exhibition has been carried out with the collaboration of the ICAC, the Department of History and Art History of the URV and the Equality Unit of the URV.
On December 12 at 11 a.m. in room 501 of the Catalunya campus was presented by the institutions involved and with a talk by the researcher and historian of the University of Lleida Ariadna Nieto: "From invisibility to impunity: ( De)ciphering gender discrimination and sexual harassment in archaeology.