Janina Ramirez

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Janina Sara Ramirez
Born Janina Sara Maria Maleczek
(1980-07-07) 7 July 1980 (age 38)
Alma mater St Anne's College, Oxford
University of York
Occupation
Children 2
Website janinaramirez.co.uk

Janina Sara Maria Ramirez (née Maleczek; 7 July 1980), sometimes credited as Nina Ramirez, is a British art and cultural historian and TV presenter, based in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. She specialises in interpreting symbols and examining works of art, within their own historical context.

Ramirez went to school in Slough. She gained a degree in English literature, specialising in Old and Middle English, from St Anne's College, Oxford, before completing her postgraduate studies at the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of 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 the University of Winchester, University of Warwick, and University of Oxford.[1]

Ramirez is currently the course director on the Certificate in History of Art at Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education.[2]

Television career[edit]

  • Treasures of the Anglo-Saxons, BBC Four, August 2010[3]
  • The Viking Sagas, BBC Four, May 2011[4][5]
  • Britain's Most Fragile Treasure, BBC Four, October 2011[6]
  • Illuminations: The Private Lives of Medieval Kings, 3-part series, BBC Four, January 2012[7][8]
  • Chivalry and Betrayal: The Hundred Years' War, 3-part series, BBC Four, February 2013[9]
  • Architects of the Divine: The First Gothic Age, BBC Four, October 2014[10]
  • Saints and Sinners: Britain's Millennium of Monasteries, 3-part series, BBC Four, February 2015[11]
  • The Quizeum, A museum-based quiz panel show, BBC Four, April 2015 [12]
  • The Search for the Lost Manuscript: Julian of Norwich, BBC Four, July 2016
  • An Art Lover's Guide, BBC Four, May 2017[13]
  • In Search of Arcadia, BBC Four, August 2017[14]
  • England's Reformation: Three Books that Changed a Nation, BBC Four, October 2017
  • Art on BBC: The Genius of Leonardo Da Vinci, BBC Four, May 2018[15]

Personal life[edit]

Ramirez and her Spanish husband have two children.[1]

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