Paul E. Minnis

Paul E. Minnis is a professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Oklahoma. He has studied Paquimé since 1984 and co-directed research projects on Casas Grandes/Paquimé in northwest Chihuahua since 1989. He is a past president of the Society of Ethnobiology, treasurer and press editor for the Society for American Archaeology, and co-founder of the Southwest Symposium.
Ancient Paquimé and the Casas Grandes World Ancient Paquimé and the Casas Grandes World
Ancient Paquimé and the Casas Grandes World

Ancient Paquimé and the Casas Grandes World

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Casas Grandes and Its Hinterlands Casas Grandes and Its Hinterlands
Casas Grandes and Its Hinterlands

Casas Grandes and Its Hinterlands

Prehistoric Regional Organization in Northwest Mexico

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Discovering Paquimé Discovering Paquimé
Discovering Paquimé

Discovering Paquimé

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Ethnobiology for the Future Ethnobiology for the Future
Ethnobiology for the Future

Ethnobiology for the Future

Linking Cultural and Ecological Diversity

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The Neighbors of Casas Grandes The Neighbors of Casas Grandes
The Neighbors of Casas Grandes

The Neighbors of Casas Grandes

Medio Period Communities of Northwestern Chihuahua

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New Lives for Ancient and Extinct Crops New Lives for Ancient and Extinct Crops
New Lives for Ancient and Extinct Crops

New Lives for Ancient and Extinct Crops

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People and Plants in Ancient Eastern North America People and Plants in Ancient Eastern North America
People and Plants in Ancient Eastern North America

People and Plants in Ancient Eastern North America

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People and Plants in Ancient Western North America People and Plants in Ancient Western North America
People and Plants in Ancient Western North America

People and Plants in Ancient Western North America

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