Clint McKenzie

Doctoral Student Clint McKenzie

Advisor: Dr. Robert J. Hard

Degrees: UTSA 1990 – BA Anthropology, Trinity University 1995 -MS Urban Administration

Dissertation/Thesis Topic: Discerning Colonial and Indigenous Economies and Landscape Change at Rancho de las Cabras through Isotopic Analysis of Zooarchaeological Remains.

Research Interests: Historical Archaeology of Texas with a particular focus on Spanish Colonial Archaeology. A specialist in material culture specializing in ceramics, glass, and domesticate faunal remains.

Spanish irrigation systems – (dams, headworks, acequia canals) and their impact on the colonial enterprise; their adoption and use in Anglo Texas; and their impact on the urban landscape.

Spanish Colonial agropastoralism and the effects of the introduction of Old World crops and domesticated animals on indigenous communities and the South Texas environment.

Publications : Thomas, Andrea & McKenzie, Clinton M. M. (2018) Archaeological Monitoring for Frio Street Utility Improvements from Houston Street to César Chávez Boulevard, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Archaeological Research Archaeology Report No. 460.

McKenzie, Clinton M. M. (2017) Archaeological Investigations of the Alamo Dam and Upper Labor Dam, Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Archaeological Research Archaeology Report No. 444.

McKenzie, Clinton M. M., Martinez, Lindy, & Mauldin, Raymond P. (2016) Archaeological Monitoring and Test Excavations at the 1722 Presidio San Antonio de Bexar (Plaza de Armas Buildings), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Archaeological Research Archaeology Report No. 445.

McKenzie, Clinton M. M. (2015) Monitoring of Sandstone Stair Removal at the San Jose Grist Mill, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. UTSACAR Archaeological Technical Report No.42.

McKenzie, Clinton M. M. (2015) Investigations on the Site of Wohlfarth’s Mercantile and the Search for the Arocha Acequia San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. UTSACAR Archaeological Survey Report No.442.

Mauldin, Raymond; Smith, Stephen; Wigley, Sarah; & Figueroa, Antonia; & McKenzie, Clinton M. M. (2015) Archaeological Investigations within San Pedro Springs Park (41BX19), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. UTSACAR Archaeological Survey Report No.443.

McKenzie, Clinton M. M.(2014) After the Fact Investigations at the Intersection of South Flores and West Sheridan San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. UTSACAR Archaeological Survey Report No.441.

Email: clinton.mckenzie@utsa.edu

 

 

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