Alice Beck Kehoe (born 1934, New York City) is a feminist anthropologist and archaeologist. She has done considerable field research among Native American peoples in the upper plains of the US and Canada, and has authored research volumes on Native American archaeology and Native American history. She is also the author of several general anthropology and archaeology textbooks.

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In 2016, the Plains Anthropological Association honored Kehoe with its Distinguished Service Award for her “enduring work in Anthropology and Archaeology of the Great Plains.”

Alice's colleagues among the Senior Anthropologists honored her in November, 2022, with a certificate of appreciation for “her years of inspired leadership and countless contributions.”