The History Department’s Sarah Barber and Sarah Ann Robin have secured funding under the School-University Partnership Initiative ‘research in a box’ scheme which develops links between university research and school teaching.
The Department is pleased to offer its congratulations to this year's Undergraduate Student Prize winners.
The Regional Heritage Centre is delighted to report that the fundraising drive to enable the digitisation of the Elizabeth Roberts' Working Class Oral History Archive has achieved its target of £44,421.
The History Department is co-sponsoring the off-year conference of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Leslie E. Keeley Company’s closure.
Graduate students and senior academics from California to Tübingen, and Seville to Melbourne are this week gathering Lancaster University for the 4th meeting of the Summer Academy in Atlantic History.
Center for Jewish History in New York recognises Lancaster student’s research.
The project, Geospatial Innovation in the Digital Humanities: A Deep Map of the Lake District, brings together an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Universities of Lancaster and Birmingham.
Students taking part in this year’s National Student Survey gave an overall satisfaction rating of 96 per cent in the category for ‘History and Archaeology’.