Ana C. Núñez

MPhil, University of Cambridge, 2018
BA, Pomona College, 2017

Ana C. Núñez is a PhD Candidate in History, specializing in Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean in the High Middle Ages (ca.1000-1250 CE). She is particularly interested in the crusades, royal women, and material culture. Her in-progress dissertation is titled: "Reigning Women: The Queens Regnant of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1131-1228." Through an examination of both textual and material sources, it analyzes the lives and reigns of the five royal women who ruled Jerusalem in their own right.

Ana is a Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence (DARE) Fellow (2022-2024), and a Digital Public Fellow/Editor of Colloquies, part of Stanford Humanities Center's Arcade. She was previously an Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education (EDGE) Fellow (2018-2020).