Perpetuating the memory of one of the greatest men of the Victorian age

Recordings of lectures


Have you missed any of our lectures? You can now catch up by purchasing recordings of previous lectures to watch and enjoy for £5.

Click on the title of each lecture to purchase from our online store. You will be sent a link to view the recording.

Steven Williams and Tony Chandler, Eleanor Marx and Edward Aveling, Letters from England, 1895

William Peterson, The Kelmscott Press Books in a 19th century context

Dominic Riley, A Kelmscott Chaucer for our time

Simon Loxley, Emery Walker, Typographer

Martin Stott, What Came we Forth to See that our Hearts are so Hot with Desire: Morris and Iceland

Amelia Hugill-Fontanel and Steven K Galbraith, Albion No. 6551: The Kelmscott/Goudy Press

Judith B Tankard, Gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement

Pamela Smith, Arts and Crafts: The Russian Connection

Jim Cheshire, William Morris’s Contribution to Victorian Stained Glass

Helen Elletson, A Remarkable Woman: The Art of May Morris

Zoe Thomas, Women Art Workers and the Arts & Crafts Movement

Michael Robertson, William Morris’s Utopian Designs

Emily Lethbridge, May Morris, Friend of Iceland

Andrea Wolk Rager, ‘Perfect communion of heart and thought between them’: The Collaborative Labour of Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris