Chromotope, The 19th century chromatic turn
Stella Granier is a doctoral student at Sorbonne Université in Paris.
Stella Granier’s thesis focuses on colour pedagogy in John Ruskin’s work and explores the interactions between literature and chromatic materiality.
She completed her master’s degree in English literature from the ENS de Lyon in 2020. Her master’s thesis seeked to study the reception of the myth of Persephone in poetry and painting in the Victorian era.
Stella is a doctoral student supervised by Charlotte Ribeyrol, Principal Investigator of the Chromotope project. She will be studying colour in John Ruskin’s writings and drawings. In particular, she will carry out archival research around the Teaching Collection of Ruskin’s drawings, kept at the Ashmolean Museum, during research travels in Oxford.