Teaching William Morris
Published in 2019, this edited volume features contributions by many leading Morris scholars. Learn more.
Morris’s Writings: Study Questions
Florence S. Boos, University of Iowa Professor of English, has shared several sets of study questions about Morris’s life and works:
- Morris’s Life
- “The Beauty of Life,” “Lesser Arts,” “Art Under Plutocracy”
- “The Defence of Guenevere”
- A Dream of John Ball
- “Gertha’s Lovers”
- “The Haystack in the Floods”
- News from Nowhere
William Morris’s designs are a frequent subject of study in British primary and secondary schools, and several UK institutions provide lesson plans, activity sheets, and other resources for educations.
Includes a lesson plan for a unit exploring pattern and Morris’s designs through printmaking.
Includes lesson plans for units exploring Morris’s designs, his literary and natural inspirations, the business of design, and Morris’s role as a political organizer.
Our YouTube channel offers a wide range of video resources, including recordings of our digital lecture series and panels, and playlists we have collected of Morris-related content created by other groups and scholars.
In 2015, the Teaching William Morris Project and the WMS-US also produced a series of videos presenting excerpts from G. D. H. Cole’s lectures on the Life of William Morris.