COSWA is pleased to announce that Carole Crumley is the recipient of the 2002 award, which was presented at the 2002 AAA Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
Crumley is a professor at UNC at Chapel Hill, where she has spent her career examining evidence of social inequality in the archaeological record. Through her extensive fieldwork in the US, France, Israel, Italy, Ireland and Spain, she has examined hierarchy and stratification, and done groundbreaking work in climate and paleoenvironments, a field overwhelmingly dominated by male researchers. Former students comment on Crumley's role in shaping their success, and commend her as a dynamic and charismatic mentor, especially helping women graduate students succeed in areas where few women have dared to tread. She has a good record of grantsmanship and publication, recently editing Historical Ecology, Heterarchy and the Analysis of Complex Societies and New Directions in Anthropology and Environment: Intersections. She recently was elected to the archaeology seat on the AAA Executive Board, and formerly served the AAA as the secretary of the AAA Executive Board and chair of the Nominations Committee. For her service to the AAA, her advocacy on behalf of generations of students and her pioneering research, COSWA is pleased to honor Carole with the 2002 Squeaky Wheel Award
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