2021 Research Excellence Framework

School of History & Heritage An extraordinary result by Dr Ian PackerDirector of Research, Lincoln School of History and Heritage The results of the 2021 Research Excellence Framework...

Paintings Conservation Internship

by Erin Fairhurst Second year BA History and Art History In January 2022 I was offered the opportunity to apply for an internship programme offered by the Art...

Amerindian featherwork and the European gaze

Amerindian featherwork and the European gaze by Laura Anisha Bignell BA art history third year student The Arts for Equality and Diversity Bursary Award* The Art and Power...

A HISTORY OF WOMEN IN LINCOLNSHIRE

A HISTORY OF WOMEN IN LINCOLNSHIRE By Molly French, First year student, BA Art History and History The Arts for Equality and Diversity Bursary Award* THE PROPOSAL The...

The Importance of Imagery in the Study of Race within Early Modern History

The Importance of Imagery in the Study of Race within Early Modern History The Arts for Equality and Diversity Bursary Award* by Rachel B. Elvin, 3rd year student...

Classical Studies students digging at Cosa (Italy)

Classical Studies students digging at Cosa (Italy) (written by Dr Giustina Monti) Great news from the Classical Studies programme! Three students – Annabelle Mansell, Jessica Corlett, and Samantha...

Objects on the move! Volunteering on a museum collections move project

By Kylie Lloyd, MA Conservation of Cultural Heritage This summer preparations began for the Wakefield Museums & Castles partial store move, which meant dusting and packing objects that are...

Black History Month Series: Olive Morris

By Olivia Hennessy, BA History, Level 2 Black History is important throughout and after October. Sharing stories of those who have been forgotten is vital; their history should...

Student Equality Diversity and Inclusivity Committee

SEDIC stands for Student Equality Diversity and Inclusivity Committee. We’re a student-run committee with student members from across the School of History and Heritage! SEDIC was set up...

‘La Caixa’ Fellowship: Queens’ Households in Thirteenth-Century England and Iberia

by Paula Del Val ValesMPhil/PhD History Student ‘How does studying thirteenth-century queens’ households benefit society?’ This was the final question I was asked during the interview process of...