Ariana Ellis is a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto, studying late medieval and early modern history. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto (2015), and a Masters in medieval studies from the University of Toronto (2016), where she was a Junior Fellow at Massey College from 2015-2020. Ariana’s work focuses on the interaction between popular culture and the civic rituals of public execution in London and Venice between 1400 and 1600. She employs methodologies of social, sensory, and emotional history, as well as digital humanities.
She is a research assistant with the University of Toronto’s DECIMA Project. Previously, she worked as an intern with the University of St. Andrews’ Open Virtual Worlds Group
You can find more information on her website.