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Berry MJ, Argu¨elles CC, Cordis S, Ihmoud S and Estrada EV (2017) Toward a fugitive anthropology: Gender, race, and violence in the field. Cultural Anthropology 32: 537–565.
Bonnie, S. (2004). Disabled people, disability and sexuality. In J. Swain, S. French, C. Barnes, & C. Thomas (Eds.),Disabling barriers, enabling environments (pp. 125–132). London: Sage.
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Britton, Dana. “Beyond the Chilly Climate: The Salience of Gender in Women’s Academic Careers.” Gender & Society 31, no. 1 (2017): 5–27.
Burns, Emily. “‘Thanks, But No Thanks’: Ethnographic Fieldwork And The Experience Of Rejection From A New Religious Movement”. Fieldwork In Religion, vol 10, no. 2, 2016, pp. 190-208. Equinox Publishing, doi:10.1558/firn.v10i2.27236.
Cai, Yifan. “Confronting Sexual Harassment In The Field”. Made In China Journal, 2019, https://madeinchinajournal.com/2019/10/25/confronting-sexual-harassment-in-the-field
Caretta, Martina, Danielle Drozdzewski, Johanna Carolina Jokinen & Emily Falconer. 2018. “Who Can Play this Game? The Lived Experiences of Doctoral Candidates and Early Career Women in the Neoliberal University.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 42 (2): 261-275.
Chandras, Jessica. “Agony In Ecstasy: Loneliness And Isolation In Ethnographic Fieldwork”. Fieldworking, 2016, https://fieldworking.net/2016/10/12/agony-in-ecstasy-loneliness-and-isolation-in-ethnographic-fieldwork/. Accessed 5 Sept 2020.
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Clancy, Kathryn B. H.; Nelson, Robin G.; Rutherford, Julienne N.; Hinde, Katie (2014). “Survey of Academic Field Experiences (SAFE): Trainees Report Harassment and Assault”. PLOS ONE. 9 (7): e102172. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102172. ISSN 1932-6203. PMC 4100871. PMID 25028932.
Clark, Imogen and Andrea Grant. ‘Sexuality and Danger in the Field: Starting an Uncomfortable Conversation.’ Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 7, no. 1 (2015): 1–14.
Cupples, Julie. 2002. “The Field as a Landscape of Desire: Sex and Sexuality in Geographical Fieldwork.” Area 34(4): 382-390.
Datta, Ayona. 2008. “Spatialising Performance: Masculinities and Femininities in a ‘Fragmented’ Field.” Gender, Place & Culture 15 (2): 189-204.
Daubenmier, Judith M. The Meskwaki And Anthropologists. University Of Nebraska Press, 2008.
Davis T (2014) Trying to be a vulnerable observer: Matters of agency, solidarity and hospitality in feminist ethnography. Women’s Studies International Forum 43(1): 50–58.
Delamont, S. (2005). No place for women among them? Reflections on the axé of fieldwork. Sport, Education and Society, 10, 305 – 320.
De Craene, Valerie. 2017. “Fucking Geographers! Or The Consequences of Neglecting the Lusty Researcher’s Body.” Gender, Place & Culture 24(3): 449-464.
Diprose, Gradon, Amanda C. Thomas, and Renee Rushton. 2013. “Desiring More: Complicating Understandings of Sexuality in Research Processes.” Area 45 (3): 292–298.
Domosh, M. (1991). Toward a Feminist Historiography of Geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 16(1), 95-104. doi:10.2307/622908
Easterday, L, Papademas, D, Schorr, L, Valentine, C (1977) The making of a female researcher: Role problems in field work. Urban Life 6(3): 333–348.
England, Kim V.L. 1994. “Getting Personal: Positionality, Reflexivity, and Feminist Research.” The Professional Geographer 46 (1): 80-89.
Evans, A., 2017. The Ethnographer's Body Is Gendered. [online] The New Ethnographer. Available at: <https://www.thenewethnographer.org/the-new-ethnographer/2017/02/14/gendered-bodies-2> [Accessed 2 June 2020].
Faria, Caroline and Sharlene Mollett. 2016. “Critical feminist reflexivity and the politics of whiteness in the ‘field.’” Gender, Place and Culture 23(1): 79-93.
Flske, Susan T., and Peter Glick. “Ambivalence And Stereotypes Cause Sexual Harassment: A Theory With Implications For Organizational Change”. Journal Of Social Issues, vol 51, no. 1, 1995, pp. 97-115. Wiley, doi:10.1111/j.1540-4560.1995.tb01311.x.
Frøystad K. Failing the third toilet test: Reflections on fieldwork, gender and Indian loos. Ethnography. 2020;21(2):261-279. doi:10.1177/1466138118804262
Gaetano, Arianne. 2016. “A Feminist Reflection on Ethnographic Research in China: Gender, Sex, and Power in Cross-Cultural Context.” ASIANetwork Exchange 23(1): 47-65.
Green, G., Barbour, R., Barnard, M. and Kitzinger, J., 1993. “Who wears the trousers?”. Women's Studies International Forum, 16(6), pp.627-637.
Grenz, Sabine. 2005. “Intersections of Sex and Power in Research on Prostitution: A Female Researcher Interviewing Male Heterosexual Clients.” Signs 30 (4): 2091–2113.
Haelewaters, Danny, and Adriana Romero-Olivares. “In Fieldwork, Other Humans Pose As Much Risk To LGBTQIA+ People As The Elements”. Massive Science, 2019, https://massivesci.com/notes/diversity-fieldwork-field-work/. Accessed 4 Sept 2020.
Hall-Clifford R. Where There Is No Hashtag: Considering Gender-Based Violence in Global Health Fieldwork in the Time of #MeToo. Health Hum Rights. 2019;21(1):129-132.
Hanes, Amy and Holly Walters. (2018) A Long Journey Home: Supporting Students in the Field. Online. Retrieved from https://metooanthro.org.
Hanson, Rebecca., Richards, Patricia. (2019) Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research. Univ of California Press
Hanson, Rebecca and Patricia Richards. ‘Sexual Harassment and the Construction of Ethnographic.’ Sociological Forum 32, no. 3 (2017): 587–609.
Hall R (2004) It can happen to you: Rape prevention in the age of risk management. Hypatia 19(3): 1–19.
Howell, Nancy. 1990. Surviving Fieldwork: A Report of the Advisory Panel on Health and Safety in Fieldwork American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association.
Huang M (2016) Vulnerable observers: Notes on fieldwork and rape. What does it mean to produce knowledge through an experience that includes trauma? Chronicle of Higher Education. Available at: www.chronicle.com/article/Vulnerable-Observers-Notes-on/ 238042
Jenkins, K. 2020. “Academic motherhood and fieldwork: Juggling time, emotions, and competing demands”. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12376
Johnson A (2016) The self at stake: Thinking fieldwork and sexual violence. Savage Minds, 16 March. Available at: https://savageminds.org/2016/03/16/the-self-at-stake-thinkingfieldwork-and-sexual-violence/
Johnson, Alix. 2017. “Violence and Vulnerability in Anthropology.” Allegra Lab: Anthropology, Law, Art & World, October 5. http://allegralaboratory.net/violence-vulnerability-anthropology/.
Jokinen, Johanna Carolina & Caretta, Martina Angela (2016) When bodies do not fit: an analysis of postgraduate fieldwork, Gender, Place & Culture, 23:12, 1665-1676, DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2016.1249343
Kaspar, Heidi and Sara Landolt. ‘Flirting in the Field: Shifting Positionalities and Power Relations in Innocuous Sexualisations of Research Encounters.’ Gender, Place & Culture 23, no. 1 (2016): 107–19.
Kloss, S (2016) Sexual(ized) harassment and ethnographic fieldwork: A silenced aspect of social research. Ethnography Journal 18 (3):396-414
Krishnan, Sneha. 2015. “Dispatches from a ‘Rogue’ Ethnographer: Exploring Homophobia and Queer Visibility in the Field.” Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 7 (1):64-79. Available from: https://www.isca.ox.ac.uk/fileadmin/ISCA/JASO/2015/Krishnan.pdf
Kulick, Don and Margaret Willson. 1995. Taboo: Sex, Identity and Erotic Subjectivity in Anthropological Fieldwork. New York: Routledge.
Laliberté, Nicole and Carolin Schurr. 2017. “Introduction: The Stickiness of Emotions in the Field: Complicating Feminist Methodologies.” Gender, Place & Culture 23 (1): 72-78.
La Pastina, Antonio. “The Implications of an Ethnographer’s Sexuality. Qualitative Inquiry – QUAL INQ. 12.(2006) 724-735. 10.1177/1077800406288615.
Lewin M. Unwanted intercourse. The difficulty of saying no. Psychol. Women Q. 1985;9:184–192
Loubere, Nicholas. 2014. “Rice Wine and Fieldwork in China: Some Reflections on Practicalities, Positionality and Ethical Issues.” Field Research Method Lab at the London School of Economics, April 10. Blog entry. http://wp.me/p46hMd-5u.
Mahmood, Cynthia K. 2008. “Anthropology from the Bones: A Memoir of Fieldwork, Survival, and Commitment.” Anthropology and Humanism 33(1-2): 1-11.
Mandel, J. L. (2003). “Negotiating expectations in the field: Gatekeepers, research fatigue and cultural biases”. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 24(2): 198-210.
Mason, Katherine. 2013. “To Your Health! Toasting, Intoxication and Gendered Critique among Banqueting Women.” The China Journal 69: 118-133.
Markowitz F (1999) Sexing the anthropologist: Implications for ethnography. In: Markowitz F and Ashkenazi M (eds) Sex, Sexuality and the Anthropologist. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, pp. 161–175.
Marti, Judith. Starting Fieldwork: Methods And Experiences. Waveland Press, 2016.
McLean A and Leibing A (2007) The Shadow Side of Fieldwork: Exploring the Blurred Borders between Ethnography and Life. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Merkin, Rebecca. (2008) Cross-cultural differences in perceiving sexual harassment. North American Journal of Psychology, 2008, Vol. 10, No. 2, 277-290.
Meyers, M., Horton, E., Boudreaux, E., Carmody, S., Wright, A., & Dekle, V. (2018). The Context and Consequences of Sexual Harassment in Southeastern Archaeology. Advances In Archaeological Practice, 6(4), 275-287. doi: 10.1017/aap.2018.23
Migliore, Sam, and Nancy Howell. “Surviving Fieldwork: A Report Of The Advisory Panel On Health And Safety In Fieldwork”. Anthropologica, vol 34, no. 1, 1992, p. 137. University Of Toronto Press Inc. (Utpress), doi:10.2307/25605646.
Minichiello, Victor and John Scott (eds). 2014. Male Sex Work and Society. New York: Harrington Park Press.
Mitchell, W., & Irvine, A. (2008). I’m Okay, You’re Okay?: Reflections on the Well-Being and Ethical Requirements of Researchers and Research Participants in Conducting Qualitative Fieldwork Interviews. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 31–44. https://doi.org/10.1177/16094069080070040
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Moss, Pamela. 2005. “A Bodily Notion of Research: Power, Difference, and Specificity in Feminist Methodology.” In A Companion to Feminist Geography, edited by Lisa Nelson and Joni Seager, 41-59. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
Mügge, Liza M. (2013) Sexually harassed by gatekeepers: reflections on fieldwork in Surinam and Turkey, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16:6, 541-546, DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2013.823279
Mullings, Beverly. 1999. “Insider or Outsider, Both or Neither: Some Dilemmas of Interviewing in a Cross-Cultural Setting.” Geoforum 30: 337.350.
Nelson, Audrey. “What Were They Thinking? Men, Women And Sexual Harassment”. Psychology Today, 2018, https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/he-speaks-she-speaks/201802/what-were-they-thinking-men-women-and-sexual-harassment.
Nencel, Lorraine. 2005. “Feeling gender speak: Intersubjectivity and fieldwork practice with women who prostitute in Lima, Peru. European Journal of Women’s Studies 12(3): 345-361.
Newton, Esther. 1996. “My Best Informant’s Dress: The Erotic Equation in Fieldwork.” In Out in the Field: Reflections of Lesbians and Gay Anthropologists, edited by Ellen Lewin and WilliamL. Leap, 212–235. Urbana: University of Illinois
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Olcott, Alison, and Matthew Downen. “The Challenges Of Fieldwork For LGBTQ+ Geoscientists”. Eos, vol 101, 2020. American Geophysical Union (AGU), doi:10.1029/2020eo148200.
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Pollard, Amy. “Field of Screams: Difficulty and Ethnographic Fieldwork.” Anthropology Matters, Vol. 11, No. 2. (2009). http://www.anthropologymatters.com/index.php/anth_matters/article/view/10/10
Pritchard, Erin. “Female Researcher Safety: The Difficulties Of Recruiting Participants At Conventions For People With Dwarfism”. International Journal Of Social Research Methodology, vol 22, no. 5, 2019, pp. 503-515. Informa UK Limited, doi:10.1080/13645579.2019.1590896.
Provencio, A.L. Gender and Representative Bureaucracy: Opportunities and Barriers in Local Emergency Management Agencies. Oklahoma State University (2017)
Radde, Hugh D. “Sexual Harassment Among California Archaeologists: Results Of The Gender Equity And Sexual Harassment Survey”. California Archaeology, vol 10, no. 2, 2018, pp. 231-255. Informa UK Limited, doi:10.1080/1947461x.2018.1535816.
Ragen, Ben. “Being Queer In The Jungle: The Unique Challenges Of LGBTQ Scientists Working In The Field”. Biomed Central, 2017, https://blogs.biomedcentral.com/bmcblog/2017/06/28/being-queer-in-the-jungle-the-unique-challenges-of-lgbtq-scientists-working-in-the-field/. Accessed 4 Sept 2020
Richards, P. and Hanson, R. (2019). Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Rinkus, Marisa, Jennifer Rebecca Kelly, Wynne Wright, Laurie Medina, and Tracy Dobson. ‘Gendered Considerations for Safety in Conservation Fieldwork.’ Society & Natural Resources 31, no. 12 (2018): 1419–26.
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Ross, Karen. ‘“No Sir, She Was not a Fool in the Field”: Gendered Risks and Sexual Violence in Immersed Cross- Cultural Fieldwork.’ The Professional Geographer 67, no. 2 (2015): 180–86.
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Schmerler, Gil. Henrietta Schmerler And The Murder That Put Anthropology On Trial. Scrivana Press, 2017.
Schneider, L. “Sexual violence during research: How the unpredictability of fieldwork and the right to risk collide with academic bureaucracy and expectations.” Critique Of Anthropology, 40(2) (2020): 173-193. doi: 10.1177/0308275×20917272
Schneider, Mindi, Elizabeth Lord & Jessica Wilczak (2020) We, too: contending with the sexual politics of fieldwork in China, Gender, Place & Culture, DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2020.1781793
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