BA, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2005
MA, The University of British Columbia, 2009
Ph.D., Stanford University, 2016
Megan Daniels is the Redford Postdoctoral Fellow in Archaeology for 2016–17. She received her B.A. in archaeology from Wilfrid Laurier University, her M.A. in classical and Near Eastern archaeology from The University of British Columbia, and her Ph.D. in classics from Stanford University. Her research examines long-term social change in the Bronze and Iron Ages of the Mediterranean through religion and its intersections with political ideologies and commercial exchanges. She has conducted fieldwork in Canada, Bermuda, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Turkey, and Tunisia. Beyond academics, she has worked as an archaeologist for Parks Canada in the National Parks and Native Sites program, and has taught English in China and Vietnam.