Danielle Burton is a BA History and MA Public History and Heritage graduate from the University of Derby. She is an archive assistant at the Derbyshire Record Office and is involved in many voluntary projects with organisations such as English Heritage, Derby Theatre, Derby Museums and Churches Conservation Trust.
Whilst she has a wide interest in all things history which can be viewed on her blog, https://voyagerofhistory.wordpress.com/.
In September 2017, she also published an article in the Richard III Society’s publication, The Ricardian, on the Yorkist threat to Henry VII. Along the Wars of the Roses theme, she also presented an academic poster on Fifteenth Century powerhouses at the University of Sheffield Power House Conference in June 2018, adapted from undergraduate research. She also is currently researching and writing a book on Anthony Woodville, the brother of Elizabeth Woodville.