Alice Beck Kehoe
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Who is Alice Beck Kehoe?
Alice Beck Kehoe is an anthropologist. She attended Barnard College and Harvard University, from which she received her PhD in Anthropology. While a student at Barnard, she was influenced by James Ford, Gordon Ekholm, and Junius Bird; she worked summers at the American Museum of Natural History Anthropology Department. While at Harvard, she worked with Gordon Willey and Evon Vogt. Many of her influences have been colleagues such as David H. Kelley, Jane Kelley, Jennifer Brown, Robert L. Hall, George Carter and his students Stephen C. Jett and Carl Johannesen.
- born in (81 years ago) in United States of America
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Archaeologist
- written works: "Francois' House", "The Kensington Runestone", "The land of prehistory", "Hunters of the buried years", "Shamans and religion", "Controversies in archaeology", "America before the European invasions"
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Men and Women in the World's Cultures Topics and Cultures A-K - Volume 1; Cultures L-Z - by Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember
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by Samuel S. Hill, Charles H. Lippy, Charles Reagan Wilson
Howard, The Southeastern Ceremonial Complex and Its Interpretation; Charles Hudson, The Southeastern Indian; Alice Beck Kehoe, ...
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