Listed here are resources for further reading and reference. We will update this page as often as possible.

Collections for Further Reading

#TulsaSyllabus — curated by Dr. Alicia Odewale, Dr. Karla Slocum with assistance from Moriah James, Nkem Ike

Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx Art Historical Resources — the Association for Latin American Art

Archaeology of Racism Bibliography — compiled by Dr. April Beisaw

Decolonising Methods: A Reading List — compiled by Dr. Helen Kara

Decolonising Science Reading List — by Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein

Indigenous Research Methods: A Reading List — compiled by Dr. Helen Kara

Women’s Work in Digital Archaeology Bibliography — managed by Dr. Lorna Richardson

Teaching Resources

6 Quick Ways to be More Inclusive in a Virtual Classroom — Flower Darby

Advice for non-Indigenous instructors of Native Studies — Dr. Adrienne Keene

Antiracist Resources for Your 2020-2021 Teaching — Modern Language Association

Archaeology Online Educational Content Resources for teachers and students — managed by Dr. Lewis Borck

Diversify Your Syllabus: Resources and Readings for Your Syllabus — University of Minnesota Libraries

Do Our Students See Themselves in Our Courses? — Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Teaching

How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive — Dr. Viji Sathay and Dr. Kelly A. Hogan

How to Provide a Multicultural Education — Baylor University

Inclusive, Accessible, Archaeology — by Tim Phillips, Roberta Gilchrist, Iain Hewitt, Stephanie Le Scouiller, Darren Booy and Geoff Cook

Writing Transnational Mexican Foodways — Dr. Steven Alvarez

Video Resources

Archaeology in the time of Black Lives Matter – Panel Discussion, June 25, 2020 — Panel discussion facilitated by Dr. Maria Franklin & Dr. Justin Dunnavant, with Dr. Alexandra Jones, Dr. Alicia Odewale & Tsione Wolde-Michael; chaired by Dr. Ayana Flewellen. (Sponsored by the Society of Black Archaeologists, Theoretical Archaeology Group North America, Columbia Center for Archaeology.)


Afro-Latin American Archaeology Interest Group — Society for American Archaeology

Archaeology in the Community

Association of Indigenous Anthropologists

Black Trowel Collective

Committee on Gender Equity in Anthropology (CoGEA) — American Anthropological Association (former committee; link has active resources)

Gender and Minority Affairs Committee — Society for Historical Archaeology

Indigenous Archaeology Collective

Indigenous Populations Interest Group — Society for American Archaeology

Members’ Programmatic, Advisory, and Advocacy Committee (MPAAC) — American Anthropological Association

Queer Archaeology Resource Page

Society of Black Archaeologists

SEAC Task Force on Sexual Harassment and Assault — Southeastern Archaeological Conference

Society for Historical Archaeology

Southeastern Archaeological Mentoring Network (SAMN) — Southeastern Archaeological Conference

The Association for Queer Anthropology

Women in Archaeology Interest Group — Archaeological Institute of America

Women in Archaeology Interest Group — Society for American Archaeology

Women in Archaeology

Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, and Awards

Black Trowel Collective Microgrants — Black Trowel Collective

Cecelia Connelly Scholarships in Underwater Archaeology — Women Divers Hall of Fame

Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery (DAACS) Fellowships — International Center for Jefferson Studies

Dive Training Grants — Women Divers Hall of Fame (scroll to the “Training Grants” section, there are many for different levels and interests)

Dienje Kenyon Memorial Fellowship — Society for American Archaeology

Harriet Tubman Student Travel Awards — Society for Historical Archaeology

Historically Underrepresented Groups Scholarship — Society for American Archaeology

Native Affairs Speakers Fund — Southeastern Archaeological Conference

Native American Scholarship — Society for American Archaeology

Field Schools

Southeast Archaeology Field School Map Tool — This tool was created to encourage and facilitate collaboration between existing archaeology programs with field schools located in the Southeast and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). This map grew from key actions proposed by participants of the Archaeology in the Time of Black Lives Matter Panel. Contact Karen Stevens for additions, corrections, and comments.