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Anthropology Associate Professor Kathryn Arthur wins national award for groundbreaking research article

Kathryn Arthur in Ethiopia with the Gamo people

Kathryn Arthur with the Gamo, who live north of the Konso

ST. PETERSBURG – A USF St. Petersburg anthropology professor has won a national award for research that suggests women may have been the first stone tool makers. Kathryn Arthur, Ph.D., won the 2012 Gordon R. Willey Prize for a 2010 article in American Anthropologist titled, “Feminine Knowledge and Skill Reconsidered:  Women and Flaked Stone Tools.” The prize recognizes the best … Continue reading