Dayanna Knight began as a community college student, specializing in anthropology. She became a tutor for a wide variety of social science and humanities courses. After graduating with several Associates degrees she transferred into UC Berkeley where she earned her Bachelor’s in Anthropology while tutoring and learning medieval Norse. Following Berkeley she spent more than a year working at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. Dayanna received her Master’s in Medieval Archaeology and has recently submitted her doctoral thesis to the University of Nottingham for examination. She specializes in the archaeology and wider anthropology of the North Atlantic and Viking Age while teaching introductory biological anthropology.