In honour of John Ruskin’s bicentenary, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History will be hosting a one-day conference on Ruskin, Science and the Environment on Friday 8th February 2019 from 9.30 until 6. The conference is being run jointly by the AHRC-funded Constructing Scientific Communities project and the ERC-funded Diseases of Modern Life project at the University of Oxford, and the Nineteenth-Century Centre at the University of Birmingham, in conjunction with the museum. To see the full programme, click below:
Registration for the conference costs £20 (full-price) or £10 for students and other unwaged delegates. To register, please click here.
At 6 in the evening, the conference will be followed by a free public lecture by Fiona Stafford (Oxford) on ‘Ruskin’s Trees’. To register, please click here.
Alongside the conference, we will be holding a rare exhibitions of designs for the museum by Ruskin and a number of Pre-Raphaelite artists. The exhibition will be open to all conference delegates, and to visitors to the lecture on a first-come, first-served basis, as numbers are limited.
For further information, please email Catherine Charlwood at email@example.com.
Sally Shuttleworth (Oxford) and John Holmes (Birmingham)