As part of a series of events connected to Tate Liverpool’s Leonora Carrington exhibition (on show at the gallery until 31 May), Saturday 16 May sees a reading of surrealist and fantastical new writing, inspired by the Lancashire-born artist.
Identifying with a specific group of online gamers, such those who play Football Manager, can help gamers’ overall feelings of psychological wellbeing.
An Edge Hill academic has won the prestigious Gale Dissertation Research Fellowship in 19th Century Media.
A poster competition highlighting the work of Edge Hill’s Early Career Research staff took place as part of a conference at the University.
Edge Hill University will host a one-off seminar on the future of volunteering in Britain later this month.
Edge Hill has been ranked by students as the top University in the region.
Edge Hill University is to become the first higher education institution in the UK to offer a module dedicated to the art of drag.
Edge Hill students applying for a taught Masters degree at the University could benefit from a £10,000 award to help make postgraduate qualifications more accessible.
Edge Hill Professor Dave Putwain has had a new research paper published in the prestigious British Journal of Educational Psychology.
The life and art of Lancashire-born surrealist icon Leonora Carrington, whose work is currently showing at Tate Liverpool, will be explored during a public event at Edge Hill University.