Alumna and Television Presenter Returns to York

Posted on 3 February 2014

On 11th February, Dr Janina Ramirez will be presenting a lecture hosted by the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past

Janina's lecture, The Eighth-century Northern Renaissance: Cultural Triumphs in Anglo-Saxon Northumbria will be held in the Berrick Saul Building, Bowland Lecture Theatre BS/005 at 6pm.

Janina's undergraduate degree was from St Anne's College, Oxford, where she studied English Literature and Language, specializing in Old and Middle English.  She went on to complete her postgraduate studies at the Centre for Medieval Studies in York, where she developed her love of medieval art.  As well as an academic based at Oxford, she is now a regular presenter on the BBC, most recently writing and presenting Illuminations: The Private Lives of Medieval Kings.

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