Now Publicly Available: “It’s time to recognize how men’s careers benefit from sexually harassing women in academia”

On behalf of Human Geography, I am excited to announce that due to the timeliness and relevance of – as well as popular demand for – the current article “It’s time to recognize how men’s careers benefit from sexually harassing women in academia”, we have decided to make this article publicly available. We want to thank the long list of distinguished authors for providing perspective and guidance on how to confront sexism and gender-based discrimination head-on in our field. Moreover, we urge our readership, our colleagues, and our professional associations to take seriously the recommendations contained in the article. Our sincere thanks go out to Becky Mansfield, Rebecca Lave, Kendra McSweeney, Anne Bonds, Jaclyn Cockburn, Mona Domosh, Trina Hamilton, Roberta Hawkins, Amy Hessl, Darla Munroe, Diana Ojeda, and Claudia Radel.

Austin Kocher, PhD

Digital Editor for Human Geography

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