New Online Course: ‘Lancaster Castle and Northern English History'
Date the event has passed: 30/10/18
Lancaster University’s History Department has just announced details of its first-ever, web-based, short course which should attract interest from around the globe.
Registration is now open for ‘Lancaster Castle and Northern English History: the View from the Stronghold’. The course starts on Monday 29 October, taking an innovative approach to studying northern English history.
The subject matter draws on the Department’s wide-ranging historical expertise, whilst highlighting particular strengths in regional history and digital humanities.
It uses Lancaster Castle as a microcosm of broader trends in regional history across two millennia - from the Romans to the twentieth century.
The MOOC is organised and run by the Regional Heritage Centre (RHC) based in the History Department, with the assistance of a team of MOOC specialists from Lancaster University’s Information Systems Services.
For more information and to register visit: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/news/lancaster-castle-and-northern-english-history-the-view-from-the-stronghold