The BA (Hons) Art History and History offers students the opportunity to explore the rich artistic and architectural heritage of the past, learn how to interrogate visual and material evidence critically, and construct arguments about societies and cultures, their values, and identities. Students can investigate art; architecture; material culture; and texts, from medieval chronicles to modern archives and newspapers.
Classical Studies at Lincoln offers the opportunity to explore and examine the history, culture, and language of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds to discover how they have influenced and shaped the society in which we live today.
Conservators play a key role in the protection and care of cultural heritage, preserving artworks, architecture, archaeology, and museum collections for future generations to enjoy.
The Graduate Diploma Conservation Studies is an intensive one-year conversion course which aims to enable graduates from a non-conservation background to advance their knowledge and skills.
History may be concerned with questions about the past, but the knowledge it reveals is relevant to how we think about ourselves and our place within society today.
Modern History at Lincoln specialises in history from 1800 to the present day. This close focus offers the opportunity to better understand and navigate an increasingly socially, culturally, and politically complex world.
Philosophers search for knowledge and truth, exploring the fundamental nature of reality and some of the most important questions about the world around us such as what is the self? What is a just society? Is free will an illusion? And, does God exist?