Lynne A. Isbell Wins the W.W. Howells Book Prize
Professor of Anthropology

Congratulations to Lynne A. Isbell for winning the prestigious 2014 W.W. Howells Book Prize from the Biological Anthropology Section of the American Anthropological Association, for her volume The Fruit, the Tree and the Serpent: Why We See So Well.

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The W.W. Howells award recognizes books that represent the highest standards of scholarship, readability and informing a wider audience of the significance of biological anthropology.

The Biological Anthropology Section established the prize in 1993 to honor William White Howells, emeritus professor of anthropology at Harvard University. He died in 2005.