|Name Janina Ramirez|
Role Art Historian
Education St Anne's College, Oxford
Julian of Norwich: the search for the lost manuscript, Revelations of Divine Love
Janina Sara 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.
- Julian of Norwich the search for the lost manuscript Revelations of Divine Love
- Television career
- Personal life
Dr Ramirez 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.
Dr Ramirez is currently the course director on the Certificate in History of Art at Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education.
She is married to copywriter and creative director Daniel Ramirez. They have two children.