25th January 1999




The history of the movies, mastering the Internet and the study of women’s writing since 1945 are just some of the part-time courses you can follow at the Lincoln campus of the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside.


Among the other courses on offer are an introduction to desktop publishing, performance skills, a writing workshop and a study into British urban history from 1775 to 1900.


Members of the public who are interested in signing up for one of the 14 part-time courses run by the university are invited to an advice, information and enrolment evening at the Lincoln campus tonight (Monday 25th  January) between 4pm and 8pm.


“Our February part-time courses for 1999 form part of the university’s ongoing commitment to Lincoln and the people of Lincolnshire,” commented Ian Cairns, the university’s Director of Marketing. “These courses represent a developing response to the educational and special interest needs of the area, and the advice and enrolment evening affords everyone the opportunity to come along and find out more.”


The 14 courses for February 1999 are: Desktop Publishing, Film Studies, Performance Skills, Writing Workshop, British Urban History 1775-1900, Women’s Writing since 1945, Key Concepts in European History, Ideology & Contemporary European History, Leisure & Society, Writing Theory & Practice, Investigating Narrative, Representing the Past, Mastering the Internet and Management.


Visitors to the university should report to Advice & Information Centre at the eastern end of the main academic building.


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For more information contact:


Jez Ashberry

Press and Media Relations Manager

University of Lincolnshire & Humberside

Tel: 01522 886042

email: jashberry@lincoln.ac.uk