SOURCE: History channel
Melvil Dewey is remembered today as an innovator who ushered American librarianship into the modern age, but his pattern of sexual harassment was so egregious that women dared to speak out against it, at a time when women were harshly judged for reporting sexual harassment.
Dr. William V. Harris, a renowned Greco-Roman historian, was accused of harassing grad students.
NYT details the complaints against Greco-Roman historian William V. Harris.
SOURCE: Law firm of Sanford Heisler Sharp (Press Release)
"In the wake of a lawsuit alleging that tenured professor William V. Harris sexually harassed a female graduate student, Columbia University yesterday announced that Harris was withdrawing from teaching and all other student-related activities.”
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