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Ana C. Nuñez

PhD Candidate in History
M.Phil., University of Cambridge (2018)
B.A., Pomona College (2017)

Ana C. Núñez studies the history of Europe and the Mediterranean in the High Middle Ages (1000-1250 CE). She is particularly interested in pilgrimage, crusading, and material culture. Her dissertation focuses on the twelfth-century crusades and the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem from the perspective of material evidence and a material methodology, asking questions about European-Levantine exchange, memory, women, and holy matter. She is a Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence (DARE) Fellow (2022-2024), and was previously an Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education (EDGE) Fellow (2018-2020).