Daniella Marie Gonzalez

Dr Daniella Marie Gonzalez completed her PhD, titled ‘Common Profit and Civic Governance in Ricardian London, c.1376-c.1391’, at the University of Kent in 2020. She is interested in the history of medieval London, focusing particularly on political language and the way that ideas of common profit are expressed within civic records. Daniella is also the Social Media Fellow of the British Association for Local History (BALH) and Communications Officer of the Archives and Records Association’s Section for New Professionals. Following the completion of her doctorate, Daniella has also been involved in several archival projects, working alongside Special Collections & Archives at the University of Kent, The National Archives, the Heritage Lottery-Funded ‘Resonate’ project with the Leonard Cheshire Archives and Gibraltar National Archives. She is committed to pursuing a career in the archive sector and is currently undertaking a distance learning MA in Archive Administration with Aberystwyth University.

You can follow Dr Gonzalez on her blog The Archive Diaries and on Twitter (@Deegonz92).

A Treasure of the National Gallery: The Wilton Diptych, Richard II and Late Medieval Kingship