Second-year student reporter Emily Burrell reflects on her amazing trip through Yellowstone National Park.
MRes student Cara Wadsworth recently returned from London, having secured a travel grant from Edge Hill Nineteen to explore the British Library’s collection of conduct books from the nineteenth century.
On May 15th, Dr Kym Brindle travelled to Málaga to attend ‘Neo-Victorian ‘Orientations’ in the Twenty-First Century’, the most recent gathering of neo-Victorian scholars from around the world.
The History Newsletter for summer 2018 is now available to download. In this issue, edited by Norma Hiebert-Duffy, it you will find: An introduction by Roger Spalding An article by Paul Ward on his research interests Reports from our incoming and outgoing Erasmus students Reports from last year’s History field trips An opinion piece by […]
On 16 Feb 2018, a group of our third year students went on a trip to St George’s Hall and the Terracotta Warriors Exhibition in Liverpool. We asked a few of them to reflect on their experiences. Here’s what Hannah, Kate, and Jack made of the trip. Hannah Jackson and Kate Matthews As part of […]
The History Newsletter for Summer 2017 is now available to download. This issue was edited by Lucy Holton and Beth Jamieson. Highlights include:
an introduction by Roger Spalding
a roundup of History’s field trips
an interview with Claire Ridgew…
31 August – 1 September 2018 Location: Edge Hill University In 2018 it will be a decade since the first British Crime Historians Symposium was held. This biennial conference meets every two years as a forum for discussion, debate and the presentation of research for all aspects of the history of crime, law, justice, punishment […]