The rise of the “manel” (= all male panel) is prevalent within the field of ancient history. In order to combat this, I set up a crowd-sourced excel sheet so that a list of women in the field could be compiled and subsequently kept updated through the years. This list has no one author, but is rather a product of over 50+ women and men who took the time to contribute. We hope that you use it to reach out to a female ancient historian in order: to write a review, to be on a panel, to write an article, or just to read her work. Additionally, please feel free to add names–but please do not subtract them.
Note: Email addresses must be found separately for each entrant, since consent was not given by all to publish them. The best way to do this is to find institutional webpages or just to email me, so that I can then put you two into communication.
An interactive map and network analysis of the fields covered by the list above is currently in development for October 2016. Many thanks to Ryan Horne (UNC-CH) and Cory Taylor (University of Iowa) for their hard work helping to geolocate, map, and analyze this list.