Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards’ academic work on anchoritism, one of the earliest forms of Christian solitary living which saw men and women withdraw from medieval society in order to lead an intensely contemplative life, has inspired a new play.
The Wonder Women Campaign: ‘100 Years of Women’s Right to Vote’ Suffragette Symposium Wednesday 28th February 2018 The Tech Hub, Edge Hill University 2.00pm – 9.00pm Register Here Celebrating the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in the UK, GenSex and the Institute for Creative Enterprise present the Suffragette Symposium which will […]
2018 will see Edge Hill University mark, celebrate and explore issues which relate to the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in the UK. As part of this programme of events, GenSex and Edge Hill’s Institute of Create Enterprise will host the Suffragette Symposium. We welcome abstracts for 20 minute papers from […]
Edge Hill University’s Gender and Sexuality Research Group (GenSex), will hold its last session of 2014 on the portrayal of masculinity in magical literature, including the now-iconic Harry Potter series. Men of Magic: Harry Potter and Francis Barrett, which will be held on Wednesday 17th December, will feature two papers from guest speakers Sean O’Brien […]