Transylvania bioarch field school

Transylvania Bioarchaeology, in collaboration with the Romanian Institute of Archaeology and Art History (Cluj-Napoca), are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Jucu Necropolis Excavation and Bioarchaeology Field School! This field school is unique in that it personally trains all participants both in the excavation of human skeletal remains and the full suite of proper (and ethical) bioarchaeological analyses on those individuals excavated. We are also delighted to welcome our special guest lecturers, Dr. Julia Beaumont (Bradford University) and Dr. Dave Errickson (Teesside University) to the field this year, who will be lecturing on stable isotope analyses, teeth, forensic anthropology, and lending their expertise to students in the field.

For more information or to apply, please see our website: http://www.transylvaniabioarchaeology.org/

Transylvania Bioarchaeology is a registered, non-profit organization (nr. 8574673).

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Field school's sexual harassment policy as submitted

Transylvania Bioarchaeology Inclusivity Policy and Agreement Transylvania Bioarchaeology (TBA) has a zero-tolerance policy for sexual harassment and discrimination. The aim of TBA is to foster a safe and open learning environment that encourages independent and collective intellectual growth. To achieve this, TBA is committed to establishing an inclusive working and living space for all students, staff, and visiting researchers. The purpose of this policy is to clearly outline the expectations of staff, students, and visiting researchers. The staff agrees To not harass, bully, victimize, or discriminate against race, sex, sexuality, gender identity, gender expression, age, nationality, socioeconomic status, disability, mental health status, and veteran status. To encourage inclusivity, equality, and diversity. To create a learning and living environment free of bullying, and harassment, victimization, and discrimination. To take seriously complaints of bullying, harassment, victimization, and discrimination by students and fellow staff. To promote dignity and respect for all individuals. The student agrees To not harass, bully, victimize, or discriminate against race, sex, sexuality, gender identity, gender expression, age, nationality, socioeconomic status, disability, mental health status, and veteran status. To report incidences of bullying, harassment, victimization, and discrimination by students and/or staff to the project coordinator. Any staff, students, or visiting researchers who violate our code of conduct with regards to bullying, discrimination, or sexual harassment may be asked to leave to program at that time without reimbursement or salary. Definitions of terms for reference Discrimination Unequal treatment based on race, sex, sexuality, gender identity, gender expression, age, nationality, socioeconomic status, disability, mental health, or veteran status. Harassment Harassment refers to any myriad abusive, counterproductive, or unwanted comments, actions, or behaviors that create an uncomfortable or hostile environment. These can include verbal put-downs and exclusionary language. Sexual harassment Sexual harassment refers to unwanted sexual comments, actions, or behaviors. This includes unwanted physical advances, sexual remarks, or sexual behavior.

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