Students choosing Classical Studies at Lincoln have the opportunity to join a vibrant academic community in a genuine Roman city. Lincoln was founded as Lindum Colonia, a Roman colony, and has an abundance of Roman history and heritage above and below ground. Scholars at Lincoln research and teach in exciting areas, from the creation and reception of ancient art to literacy in Late Antiquity, from the making of Roman London to the life and legacy of Constantine. We aim to share our research and support students as they access unique resources for their own research, including the amazing artefacts in The Collection archaeological museum, to which we have privileged access.
Classical Studies students at the University of Lincoln can explore a range of subjects that reflect the variety and richness of research and teaching within the School of History and Heritage, which includes history and philosophy, the history of art and architecture, literature and cultural studies, visual and material culture, social and political history, gender studies, cultural and digital heritage.
Our BA (Hons) Classical Studies programme will start in September 2018*.
*Subject to validation.