WILLIAM MORRIS SOCIETY LECTURE RECORDINGS
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Saturday 16 January, Stephen Williams and Tony Chandler
Letters From England, 1895
Saturday 20 March, William Peterson
The Kelmscott Press Books in a Nineteenth Century Context
Online lecture: Medieval Manuscripts and Private Presses: William Morris and his Followers as Collectors and Creators of Books c. 1891-1914.
An online lecture organised by the Institute of English Studies, University of London, and co-hosted by The William Morris Society William Morris built a large library of medieval manuscripts…Find out more
Online talk: “What came we forth for to see that our hearts are so hot with desire”: Morris and Iceland
The four months William Morris spent in Iceland in 1871 and 1873 were transformational for him. Martin Stott will consider the prose and poetry he wrote during and immediately after…Find out more
In the 1891 review of News from Nowhere “A Materialist’s Paradise,” Martin Hewlett charged William Morris with “exaggerat[ing] the dependence of human nature upon its environment,” and complained that Morris…Find out more