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Randall H. McGuire
Born (1951-12-23) December 23, 1951 (age 72)
Fort Collins, Colorado
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Occupation(s)Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University
Years active1982–present
Academic background
EducationPh.D., University of Arizona
Academic work
Main interestsArchaeology

Randall H. McGuire is an American archaeologist, known for his theoretical contributions to Marxist archaeology. He currently lectures in the Department of Anthropology at Binghamton University.[1] McGuire completed his doctoral work in Anthropology at the University of Arizona in 1982, with a thesis directed by Michael Brian Schiffer entitled "The Prehistory of Southwestern Arizona: a Regional Research Design".[2]



Title Year Co-author(s) Publisher ISBN
The Archaeology of Inequality 1991 Robert Paynter (edited volume) Blackwell (Oxford)
A Marxist Archaeology 1992 n/a Academic Press (San Diego)
Archaeology as Political Action 2008 n/a University of California Press (Berkeley)
The Archaeology of Class War: The Colorado Coalfield Strike of 1913-1914 2009 Karin Larkin (edited volume) University of Colorado (Boulder)
Entre Muros de Piedra 2009 Elisa Villalpando Sonoran Cultural Center (Hermosillo)
Ideologies in Archaeology 2011 Reinhard Bernbeck (edited volume) University of Arizona Press (Tucson)
Excavations at Cerro de Trincheras, Sonora, Mexico 2011 María Elisa Villalpando Canchola (edited volume) Arizona State Museum (Tucson)
Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 204


  1. ^ "Randall H. McGuire - Our Faculty - Anthropology | Binghamton University".
  2. ^ Mcguire, Randall Haulcie (1982). The prehistory of southwestern Arizona: a regional research design (Thesis). hdl:10150/183915. ProQuest 303060613 OCLC 15533980, 1104347305.[page needed][non-primary source needed]