Daniela Wolin is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. As a bioarchaeologist, Daniela studies human skeletal remains from archaeological contexts to reconstruct the lived experiences of ancient peoples. Her research focuses on the intersection of violence, gender, and ritual practices during the Late Shang period (ca. 1250-1050 BCE) in northern China. She has participated in excavations and research projects in East Asia, the Andes, and North America.