Dana Murray has an MA in Religion and Public Life from Carleton University and an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto in Classical Civilizations. Her graduate research focused on the ancient synagogue, titled: "Architecture, Art and Identity: The Ancient Synagogue as a Medium for Self-Ascription."
She has two seasons of archaeological field experience working on the ancient site of Argilos in northern Greece where she has developed an interest in conservation techniques.
Dana's current research interests include the art, architecture, mythology and/or religion of ancient Greece and the Near East.
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