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‘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...

Ut Pictura Poesis: An evening of Poetry, Art and Art History

Hosted by the School of History and Heritage     The celebration of Black History Month 2020, at the University of Lincoln (UK), on 2 October, was a...

Hitler’s Secret Agents: The Gestapo Spy Network, 1933-45

  By Bethany Scard When you are faced with life or death, do you do everything you can to survive, or do you go to your grave with...

Thomas Becket as a medieval Jedi Knight

by Bethany Scard   2020 marks the 850th anniversary of the death of Thomas Becket and the 800th anniversary of moving his body to his new shrine in...

Brexit impact on student experience?

  Dr Erin Bell On 31 January 2020 at 11pm, the UK left the EU, with a ‘transition period’ until the end of the year. The impact of...

Race, Ethnicity and Equality Committee Launch

  Members of staff at University of Lincoln’s School of History and Heritage spontaneously came together in early 2019 to discuss the Royal Historical Society’s report Race, Ethnicity...

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2019

  Dr Chiara Beccalossi   In the UK, as in many other parts of the world, November is the Transgender Awareness Month – a month dedicated to raising...

Mapping and Diagnosing Mental Health

Mapping and Diagnosing Mental Health in/and the UK University Sector by Dr Leon Rocha, Senior Lecturer in History   In recent years, we have witnessed radical changes in...

The Family Firm

by Dr Ed Owens, Lecturer in History I have a new book coming out at the end of the month titled The Family Firm: Monarchy, Mass Media and...

Lego in the sandpit!

By Dr Jamie Wood and Dr Katherine Fennelly Over the past few years, we’ve been using Lego Serious Play to help students engage with their learning in seminars....