Dr Rebecca Styler - Associate Professor / Programme Leader
Dr Rebecca Styler is Associate Professor in English and an experienced researcher and PhD supervisor in the field of nineteenth century studies. She shares oversight of Postgraduate Research in the School of Humanities and Heritage with Professor Louise Wilkinson (Professor of Medieval Studies), with a particular responsibility for admissions. Rebecca can offer advice to applicants about their ideas for research projects and their suitability for doctoral study. She will forward applications to the appropriate subject specialists within the School for assessment.Academic Staff List Make an Enquiry
Welcome to MA by Research Conservation
How You Study
How you are assessed
Entry Requirements 2022-23
Research Areas and Topics
- Archaeological conservation
- Paint and pigment analysis
- Preventive conservation
- Material culture studies
- Cultural history
- Analysis of historic materials
Applicants with appropriate projects will be offered an interview with the programme leader and a subject specialist where they can discuss the details of their research proposal.
Graduates from Lincoln’s conservation programmes have gained employment as conservators in museums, galleries, historic houses, and conservation agencies, both nationally and internationally. Internships have included roles in natural history at the Horniman Museum, mechanical objects at Edinburgh Museum, and textile conservation for the National Trust at Blickling.
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Conservation of Cultural Heritage
The city of Lincoln is bursting with history and the city’s rich cultural heritage makes it an ideal location in which to study conservation.
Studying history can help us understand change and enhance our understanding of the modern world.
Students are able to learn a range of research methods used within medieval studies and develop skills such as palaeography and Latin.