Adjunct Instructor

maggie.beeler@temple.eduphoto of Maggie Beeler
(215) 204-5798 
353 Anderson Hall
1114 W. Berks St.


Greek Archaeology, Bronze Age Aegean, Greece & the Near East, Social Complexity, Social Identity


Maggie Beeler is currently a PhD candidate at Bryn Mawr College in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, where she is finishing her dissertation on the topic of seal use and emerging social complexity in Early Bronze Age Greece.

Maggie received her BA in Classics and MA in Religious studies from New York University, and has supervised on excavations at several sites in Greece and the United Arab Emirates. Her research centers broadly on Aegean prehistory and cross-cultural exchanges with the Near East, focusing on the role of material culture in the process of social change.

Selected Publications

  • K. Chalikias, M. Beeler, A. Pearce, and S. Renette (eds.). The Future of the Past: From Amphipolis to Mosul, New Approaches to Cultural Heritage Preservation in the Eastern Mediterranean. Archaeological Institute of America Site Preservation Program (Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology), 2016.

Courses Taught

  • Archaeology of Bronze Age Greece
  • Mesopotamian Archaeology Art
  • Archaeology and Myth in Ancient Greece and Rome