Events

​Events are a large part of life here at the university and we believe that our entertainment, lectures and debates should be open for everyone to enjoy and join in with. We host a wide range of events thoughout the year so we are sure there is something for everyone. We hope to see you soon!

Make sure to download the latest edition of our events programme and news magazine BG&You for articles, dates for the diary and a way to stay tuned with the university and its activities.

Lincoln Drill Hall Lunchtime Lectures: Bernard Gilbert – FWW Poet

Date: 13/03/2015 12:00:00

Location: Lincoln Drill Hall

For: Anyone and Everyone

Dr Andrew Jackson will be discussing the powerful and poignant home-front poetry of the Lincolnshire author, Bernard Gilbert.

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Conspiracy and Politics in the Age of the American Civil War

Date: 23/03/2015 17:30:00

Location: Robert Hardy Building

For: Anyone and everyone

The polictics and conspiracies behind the American Civil War as presented by author Dr Andrew Heath

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Greyfriars, Leicester and the Search for Richard III

Date: 27/04/2015 17:30:00

Location: Robert Hardy Building

For: Anyone and everyone

Exploring the recent search and subsequent find of Richard III

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Distressing or a Blessing? - Experiences of Life on the Home Front

Date: 11/05/2015 14:00:00

Location: Room 217

For: Anyone and everyone

Explore the contrasting experiences of life on the home front in rural England

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Discipline and Punishment in Roman Schools

Date: 18/05/2015 17:30:00

Location: Robert Hardy Building

For: Anyone and everyone

The education and punishment system in Ancient Roman Times

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The Sinking of HS Koningin Regentes

Date: 22/06/2015 17:30:00

Location: Robert Hardy Building

For: Anyone and everyone

The Sinking of the Dutch Hospital boat during the WWI - Disaster or Design?

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