Students

Social Distancing but Not Quite

A Reflection Upon Our Own Social History By Samantha Ann Rose Brinded MA Postgraduate   On Friday 08 May 2020, the country celebrated VE Day, as it has...

History in the digital age

Rethinking Museums in the 21st century By Gemma McLean-Carr   Increased emphasis is being placed on digitalisation in the 21st century due to globalisation and expanding technological influence....

‘Nothing is heavier than the dead body of someone you loved’

  1917, the First World War and Male Intimacy By Lily Smith   The use of male friendship as an anchoring point within combat and the suggestion that...

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...

A fascinating journey from Ba to PhD

 Twenty Years of History at Lincoln by Hannah MacKenzie I completed my BA in History at the University of Lincoln in 2016 and, thanks to the generosity of...

Lincoln recollections

Twenty Years of History at Lincoln by Chris Rollinson My mind has been preoccupied with thoughts of Lincoln lately. It will be five years since I graduated from...

A Journey of a History Graduate

Twenty Years of History at Lincoln by Catherine Howlett       Studying History at The University of Lincoln was an amazing experience that shaped my understanding of...

Twenty Years of History at Lincoln

Twenty Years of History at Lincoln Dr Kate Hill The academic year 2019-20 marks the twentieth anniversary of the BA History at Lincoln, and we’re going to mark...

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...