The 15-strong longlist for Edge Hill University’s 12th annual Short Story Prize has been announced, including such names as James Kelman, Sarah Hall and Tessa Hadley.
Following the Windrush scandal, the UK government should publicly and proactively make the case for immigration and an open and inclusive culture, says Edge Hill’s Dr James Renton.
Edge Hill University has welcomed its second International Writer in Residence, Belarusian poet Valzhyna Mort, to the campus this week.
This morning, Wednesday 7 February, MONITOR: Global Intelligence on Racism launches at the European University Institute. A multi-media magazine, MONITOR is open access, and aims to be the go-to source for research-based public debate on racism.
Edge Hill History Lecturer Dr Bob Nicholson became a Twitter sensation when his rant about a reproduction Victorian newspaper in the new Dickens movie went viral.
Edge Hill University will be celebrating Ormskirk myths and legends this winter as part of the lively market town’s inaugural Festival of Tales.
A ground-breaking new book for UK policing professionals, written by an Edge Hill academic, was launched last week.
Edge Hill University will host a free public event at The Bluecoat, Liverpool on 15 November as its contribution to Being Human, the nationwide festival of the arts and humanities.
Edge Hill University is launching its own literary press, as a joint enterprise with Glasgow-based independent publisher Freight Books.
Edge Hill University will host an event at Liverpool’s Bluecoat as part of national humanities festival Being Human 2015.