Doctoral Student Clint McKenzie
Research Interests: Spanish Colonial Archaeology – field work; material culture identification; ceramic and faunal analysis
Historical Archaeology – field work; laboratory processing; archival and historical research; material culture identification and analysis; report production
Prehistoric Archaeology of South & Central Texas – field work; laboratory processing; lithic identification; mortuary complexes
Advisor: Robert J. Hard
Degrees: BA Anthropology; MS Urban Administration
Dissertation Topic: Discerning Colonial and Indigenous Economies and Landscape Change at Rancho de las Cabras through Isotopic Analysis of Zooarchaeological Remains.
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.
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.; Archaeological Investigations within San Pedro Springs Park (41BX19), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas . UTSACAR Archaeological Survey Report No.443.