While digging up an abandoned World War II prisoner of war camp in Manitoba, Canada, archaeologist and National Geographic grantee Adrian Myers discovers some surprising details about the lives of the German soldiers once imprisoned there.
Adrian Myers is a historical archaeologist applying archaeology to the study of the recent past, with a particular focus on situations of conflict, post-conflict, internment and genocide. His PhD research project is investigating the internment camps that were built in Canadian National Parks in the first half of the twentieth century.
2008-present Stanford University, PhD student at the Stanford Archaeology Center, Department of Anthropology.
2007 University of Bristol, MA in Historical Archaeology, awarded with Distinction.
2006 University of British Columbia, BA in History, awarded with Honours.