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Dr Daniella Gonzalez passed her PhD, titled ‘Common Profit and Civic Governance in Ricardian London, c.1376-c.1391’, in February 2020 at the University of Kent, where she also undertook her BA and MA. She was funded by the Consortium for the Humanities and Arts across the South-East (CHASE) and was supervised by Dr Ryan Perry (University of Kent) and Dr Amy Blakeway (University of St Andrews). Her research focuses on political language and discourse – especially the idea of common profit – within urban records that were produced in late medieval London, as well as how political language could be used to both legitimise and delegitimise authority. Daniella is now involved in archival work with Special Collections & Archives at the University of Kent, The National Archives and the 'Resonate Project' with the Leonard Cheshire Charity.

She can be found on Twitter, @DeeGonz92, the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies’s web page ( and on (

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