University of Lincoln Lecturer in History, Dr Christine Grandy, cites MACE as one of the University’s many attractions


The University of Lincoln’s School of Humanities has welcomed six new academic staff members for the new term and and one of the appointments, Lecturer in History Dr Christine Grandy, will be working closely with the collections MACE holds as a research and teaching resource .  In a press release for the University today Dr Grandy cited MACE as one of the University’s many attractions:

I’m thrilled to be joining the Lincoln School of Humanities, with its strengths in the history of media and its housing of MACE, which is a fantastic resource for any historian of 20th century Britain. The sheer range of material will be key to the development of my current research project and I am very much looking forward to exploring MACE in the classroom with students, as they develop their own research projects from its holdings.”

MACEandMHT

L: University students relax between lectures in MACE’s Foyer R: The MHT Building at the University where MACE’s collections are archived.

For more information on the University of Lincoln’s School of Humanities, visit the website (www.lincoln.ac.uk/humanities).

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