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For information about the Research Centre, please click here.

 

News from the Ruskin Library and Research Centre

The latest news from the Ruskin Library and Research Centre can be found here - Ruskin Library News.

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Ruskin Library

The current exhibition in the Ruskin Library is:

Power of Hills: Ruskin's Mountains

Open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday.

For further details, see the Ruskin Library exhibitions page

 

Ruskin Review and Bulletin

The Spring 2016 (12/1) which includes articles by Andrew Hill and David Ingram and a tribute to Van Akin Burd by James Dearden is now available!

To take out a subscription, go to our Publications page - for single issues email the Ruskin Library .

 

Ruskin Research Seminar

Seminars have finished for 2015-2016 - thank you to all our speakers and participants for an interesting year.

Next years' Seminars will be announced at a later date - click here for details.

 

Stones of Venice Research Grants

The Ruskin Library and Research Centre is pleased to announce small research grants available to students and early career researchers. More...

 

 

John Ruskin John Ruskin

 

Ruskin was the greatest British art critic and social commentator of the Victorian Age. Did you know:

  • He influenced Gandhi, Tolstoy and Proust.
  • Many of the most successful and lasting social reforms can be traced to Ruskin's writing and thought.
  • He championed the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and J.M.W. Turner.

Find out more»

 

 

Prospective Students

A research degree with us is suitable for those wishing to explore the multidisciplinary nature of the work of John Ruskin, with access to one of the world’s greatest collections of Ruskin material.

Postgraduate opportunities

Postgraduate Funding Information for 2015-16

 

Mikimoto Memorial Lecture 2015

was held on Thursday 19th November

  • Professor Francis O'Gorman
  • Ruskin and Forgetting

For further details, and to watch this and other lectures, click here

 

 

 

View Modern Painters I online

View the Ruskin Research Centre’s Leverhulme-funded electronic edition of Ruskin’s Modern Painters Volume I.

The Works of Ruskin online

The Works of John Ruskin

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