Green Sage: John Ruskin as Proto-Environmentalist
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Friday, March 29, 3:00-5:00 pm | Houghton Library, Edison and Newman Room

The Victorian polymath John Ruskin (1819-1900) was among the earliest to recognize the threat posed by industrial and anthropogenic pollutants to the natural world. On the bicentenary of Ruskin’s birth, Houghton Library hosts an interdisciplinary colloquium focusing on his prophetic concern for the environment and its continued relevance today.

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Harriet Ritvo, Department of History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stephanie Cardon, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Sezen Unluonen, Department of English, Harvard University

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