An aid to identifying the needs of family carers providing end-of-life care at home has been launched by Edge Hill University.
On Saturday 11 October Edge Hill University’s Professor Roger Shannon will feature as part of a celebration of the 1990s at the internationally acclaimed, Birmingham art venue Ikon.
On Saturday 4th October Edge Hill University’s poetry lecturers will read their works as part of a pop-up reading event for one of the country’s most prolific and intelligent small poetry presses.
Matt Lawson, a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Media at Edge Hill University, has had his report on the Representing the Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass Trauma in the 21st Century Conference featured in the latest publication issued by the reputable Jewish Holocaust Centre.
Matt Lawson, a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Edge Hill University, is currently investigating the type of music used in films depicting the mass murder or genocide of approximately six million European Jews during Hitler’s dictatorship during World War II.
A photographic exhibition charting the journey of dancers on the prestigious 12 Degrees North training programme is to premiere at Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre before transferring to The Lowry in Salford and the Citadel, St Helens.
In a unique project, award winning novelist Frank Cottrell Boyce is working with Edge Hill lecturers Carl Hunter and Clare Heney to create a free, online serial novel as part of the Give us 5 for Reading campaign, from the City of Readers project.
A recent festival at iconic London dance venue Sadler’s Wells, which celebrated lifelong creativity and the contribution of older artists, included a talk from Edge Hill academic Mark Edward.
Edge Hill University’s Visiting Professor in palliative care, Julia Downing has been given a top award honouring her significant contribution to cancer practice, education, research and management.
Edge Hill’s Dr Vicky Duckworth is one of seven experts to contribute to the recent special issue of The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) journal Adults Learning, which focuses on NIACE’s Election Manifesto.