Date: 30 April 2010
The Ruskin Review and Bulletin 2010 - Volume 6 No. 1 (Spring) and No. 2 (Autumn)
The Ruskin Review and Bulletin (ISSN: 1745-3895 Editor: Alan Davis) is a biannual in-house journal committed to promoting Ruskin studies in an interdisciplinary context across the academic spectrum.
Our first issue this year is now available. This significant volume reflects 'Ruskin 2010', marking the 150th anniversary of the publication of Unto this Last, John Ruskin's revolutionary work on social justice and the political economy.
Authors in the Spring edition include: Clive Wilmer (University of Cambridge), Jonathan Glancey (The Guardian), Andrew Hill (Financial Times), Christopher May (Lancaster University) and Robert Hewison (City University, London). An updated Ruskin bibliography from the Ruskin Library is also featured, as are reviews of new publications. The Bulletin features the latest news and views from the Ruskin world.
It's not too late to subscribe to this exciting volume. Subscriptions for this year cost only £10.00. This includes postage and packaging and covers both issues (Spring and Autumn).
For subscription details please contact Lauren Proctor as detailed below.
Lauren Proctor- Managing Editor- Ruskin Review and Bulletin
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Keywords: Economic history, Economic, social and cultural rights, Political economy, Ruskin, William Morris