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First book published from John Ruskin AHRC grant

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The first book to be published from Lancaster's AHRC grant on "John Ruskin and the Victorian Theatre" was published on May 1 2009. The collection of essays entitled "Ruskin, the theatre and Victorian visual culture" (Palgrave) is edited by Professor Jeffrey Richards of the Department of History and by Kate Newey and Anselm Heinrich, both formerly at Lancaster and now at Birmingham and Glasgow respectively. The book contains essays by all three editors in addition to Dr Andrew Tate, deputy director of the Ruskin Research Centre at Lancaster.

Period6/05/2009

The first book to be published from Lancaster's AHRC grant on "John Ruskin and the Victorian Theatre" was published on May 1 2009. The collection of essays entitled "Ruskin, the theatre and Victorian visual culture" (Palgrave) is edited by Professor Jeffrey Richards of the Department of History and by Kate Newey and Anselm Heinrich, both formerly at Lancaster and now at Birmingham and Glasgow respectively. The book contains essays by all three editors in addition to Dr Andrew Tate, deputy director of the Ruskin Research Centre at Lancaster.

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TitleFirst book published from John Ruskin AHRC grant
Date6/05/09
PersonsStephen Wildman, Andrew Tate, Lauren Kenwright