|This article relies on references to primary sources. (January 2012)|
Dr Janina Ramirez is a British art historian, researcher, lecturer and TV presenter, based in Oxford. She specialises in interpreting symbols and examining works of art, within their own historical context.
Dr Ramirez gained a degree in English literature, specialising in Old and Middle English, from St Anne's College, Oxford, before completing her post-graduate studies at the Centre for Medieval Studies, York. She completed an art/literature PhD on the symbolism of birds, which led to a lectureship in York’s Art History Department, followed by lecturing posts at Winchester, Warwick and Oxford.
 Television career
- Chivalry and Betrayal: The Hundred Years' War 3-part series for BBC Four, February 2013
- Illuminations: The Private Lives of Medieval Kings 3-part series for BBC Four, January 2012 
- Britain's Most Fragile Treasure BBC Four, October 2011
- The Viking Sagas BBC Four, May 2011 
- Treasures of the Anglo-Saxons, part of the Norman Season on BBC Four, August 2010
- "Course details: Undergraduate Certificate in History of Art". Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford. Retrieved 29 February 2012.
- "Chivalry and Betrayal: The Hundred Years War". BBC Online. Retrieved 10 February 2013.
- Ramirez 'illuminates' the world of England's long dead kings
- The Sagas of Iceland: Creating Terra Nova