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Ruth W. Richardson

President

British Royal Historical Society

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Employment History

Visiting Professor In Humanities

HKU


President

Dickens Society , Historian & Author


the dickens society


Affiliations

HKU

Honorary Professor of Humanities and Medicine


University of Hertfordshire at Hatfield

Senior Visiting Research Fellow In History


Nacor

Member


Nacor

Historian


Medical Historian


Web References(30 Total References)


ABOUT US « THE DICKENS SOCIETY

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President: Ruth Richardson (British Royal Historical Society)
Vice-President: Iain Crawford (University of Delaware)


Poynter Lecture - Wellcome Collection

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Join Ruth Richardson to examine the range of British humanitarian commentary in the context of the medicine and surgery of the period.
Speaker: Ruth Richardson, Visiting Professor in Humanities, Hong Kong university and Affiliated Scholar in History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge


OUPblog » UK

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In the video below, author and historian Ruth Richardson takes us on a tour of the London street that inspired Oliver Twist.
Just a stone's throw away from where Charles Dickens lived as a child and a young man, Ruth Richardson explains the significance of the Cleveland Street workhouse, which was saved from demolition in 2011. Ruth Richardson is Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Affiliated Scholar in the History & Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, and Hon. Professor of Humanities and Medicine at Hong Kong University. Ruth Richardson is also the author of a number of books, including The Making of Mr. Gray's Anatomy, Death, Dissection and the Destitute , and Dickens and the Workhouse: Oliver Twist and the London Poor which is scheduled for release in early 2012.


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Christine Borland: Book Club with Dr Ruth Richardson
Dr. Ruth Richardson is Senior Visiting Research Fellow in History at the University of Hertfordshire at Hatfield; Affiliated Scholar in the History of Science at the University of Cambridge; and Society of Apothecaries Examiner and Lecturer in the History of Medicine. She is an interdisciplinary historian with particular interests in literature, history, the visual arts and medicine.


Nacor-National Committee relating to Organ Retention - London Seminar

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Ruth Richardson - historian and member of the NACOR Executive


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