Tia Sager

Tia Sager is a PhD student at the University of Toronto where she is studying under the supervision of Carl Knappett. Her doctoral research is focused on Late Minoan architecture on Crete and she is particularly interested in space syntax theory and architectural innovation and modification during the Late Bronze Age as evidence for social change and ‘Myceaneanisation’.

She holds a BA in classical archaeology and ancient history from the University of British Columbia and an MPhil in classical archaeology from the University of Oxford, where her masters dissertation focused on the application of space syntax to Final Palatial and Postpalatial architecture on Crete. She has previously excavated at Despotiko in the Cyclades and has excavated with the Sissi Archaeological Project since 2015.