Edge Hill History Undergraduate Conference Monday 16 March 2020 10.00 – 6.30 Faculty of Education Piazza 006 All welcome. Free including refreshments. Compulsory for students taking HIS1013, HIS1016, HIS2020, HIS2031, HIS3037, HIS3038(1968 route) or POL2001. Introduction 10.00 – 10.55 Daniel Gordon (History Programme): 1989-1990: The Birth of Contemporary Europe? Panel 1: Eastern and Central Europe: […]
Second Year History student Grace Marks has curated a display on Victorian ‘vinegar valentines’ as part of her history community project module. The display will be featured at the Atkinson in Southport as part of the ‘We Are Not Amused’ exhibition on nineteenth-century humour. ‘We Are Not Amused’ is curated by researchers in Edge Hill’s […]
Dr Daniel Gordon, History Erasmus and Study Abroad Tutor On 10 May 2019 I was invited to the French Ambassador’s Residence in London to a reception to mark the launch of Campus France UK. This information office is a branch of the French government agency promoting opportunities in France for foreign students and researchers, as […]
On Friday 29 March, second year History students went on a research trip to the Lancashire Record Office and then on to the Harris Museum and Gallery in Preston.
5th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference Department of English, History and Creative Writing Tuesday 2 April 2019 This event is designed to celebrate the significant contribution that our postgraduates, from MA/MRes to PhD, make not only to the Department of English, History and Creative Writing but to Edge Hill University. This is an opportunity for our […]
‘HMP Lancaster and the Evolution of England’s Prisons, 1780-1850′ Allan Brodie, Senior Investigator, Historic England Tuesday 12th February 2019, 1pm. Edge Hill University, Main Building, Stanley 9. HMP Lancaster remained in use as a prison until 2011, in a bewildering range of buildings dating from the 11th and 12th centuries to the 19th century. Allan […]
Patrick developed independent research skills, perfected through his degree courses at Edge Hill, that led to employment as a Ratings Researcher prior to graduating from his MA in History and Culture.
Like many History students, Karen Van Eker came to university aspiring to become a History teacher and, after graduating with excellent grades, won a highly sought after place on Edge Hill’s PGCE programme.
Far from being the humourless, dour puritans of popular imagination, the Victorians were actually proliﬁc jokers, according to pioneering research by Edge Hill History lecturer, Dr Bob Nicholson.
With graduate employers increasingly looking beyond qualiﬁcations for evidence of workplace experience, the History Department launched a new module to give its students the best chance possible in a highly competitive job market.