At the Religion and Politics in Early America conference in St. Louis, two special sessions were set aside to discuss the problem of sexual harassment and the importance of ethical mentoring in our field and in higher education generally. Past President of the SEA Laura Stevens, together with many colleagues and contributors, brought a draft statement of best practices, which circulated at the meetings. Since then, the draft has been revised, and a March 11th version is posted now in our Archives section. The document is limited for access to SEA members only. However, it will also be circulated to affiliated organizations, such as ASECS at its annual meeting next month. Thanks to all who participated in these meetings, and contributed to the drafts.
Written by Gordon Sayre | March 12, 2018 | What’s New/Announcements