Dr Helen Smith - Programme Leader
Dr Helen Smith is a social and cultural historian of twentieth century Britain and her research focuses on sexuality, class, masculinity, and region in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.Academic Staff List
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† Some courses may offer optional modules. The availability of optional modules may vary from year to year and will be subject to minimum student numbers being achieved. This means that the availability of specific optional modules cannot be guaranteed. Optional module selection may also be affected by staff availability.
Students undertaking the course may have the option to study overseas for a term at one of the University’s partner institutions in Europe, North America, or Canada. This offers the chance to discover new cultures and experiences. Students are responsible for their travel, accommodation, and general living costs during the term overseas.
Students on this course can undertake a work placement during their final year. Previous students in the School of History and Heritage have taken on roles in museums, heritage sites, schools, law firms, and charities. Students can organise their own placement to fit their interests, or use contacts developed within the School.
They may also choose to complete their placement inside or outside of term time and in a location of their choice. Please note that those who choose to undertake optional placements are responsible for their travel, accommodation, and general living costs.
Graduates may find employment in a wide range of sectors. Lincoln graduates have gone on to careers in education, government, the civil service, media, journalism, finance, the corporate world, heritage, and the arts. Some choose to pursue postgraduate study.
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Explore the rich artistic and architectural heritage of the past with a degree in Art History and History.
This joint honours degree invites students to study history, combined with literature in English from the medieval period to the 21st Century.
History may be concerned with questions about the past, but the knowledge it reveals is relevant to how we think about society today.
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