Maxine E. McBrinn is a Research Associate with PaleoCultural Research Group in Broomfield, Colorado. Her research has focused primarily on hunter-gatherer archaeology in the Western United States, excavating Paleo-Indian and Archaic period sites and analyzing their artifacts. Firmly believing that all archaeology is both fun and informative, she is most interested in reconstructing the daily human experience. What was life like for the common man or woman in the past? What did they do and who did they see? McBrinn\'s explorations on social identities and personal networks in the far past move beyond straightforward questions of subsistence and mobility to take a wider perspective on the human experience. She is the author of Social Identities among Archaic Mobile Hunters and Gatherers in the American Southwest (2005) and co-editor with Laurie D. Webster and Eduardo Gamboa Carrera of Archaeology Without Borders: Contact, Commerce, and Change in the U.S. Southwest and Northwestern Mexico (2008).
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