Through the use of short fiction, a group of students from Edge Hill University showcased how influential West Lancashire women have helped shape the lives of women today.
Atlantic Drift: An Anthology of Poetry and Poetics, the second publication of Edge Hill’s innovative Press, was launched in the US recently with a reading featuring some of the world’s leading poets.
Following on from the success of Who are the New Boat People, Edge Hill’s Dr Tasleem Shakur is hosting another event on Monday 19th November to to demonstrate some of the lost voices of the Rohingya.
“It’s all about the process,” say Dr Kim Wiltshire and Billy Cowan, when discussing political theatre. And you’re unlikely to hear of the movement’s protagonists going on to huge fame via London’s West End. But that was – is – not the point. This was all about identifying contemporary political issues, and taking them to the […]
An interdisciplinary conference at Edge Hill University is exploring the use and abuse of substances in the Long 19th Century period – from opiates to beef tea.
The shortlist for this year’s prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Prize, worth £10,000, has been announced
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 a new Head of Department of English, History and Creative Writing.
On Wednesday 14 March at 4pm GMT, Edge Hill’s Senior Lecturer in European History Dr Daniel Gordon will be joining other international experts for a Virtual Roundtable on May 1968 and the Legacies of Protest in France and Europe, hosted by the European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh. MODERATOR: Jae-Jae Spoon, Department of Political […]
Narratives of Delusion in the Political Practice of the Labour Left 1931–1945. Roger Spalding’s new book, published by Cambridge Scholars, sets out a challenging re-interpretation of the politics of Labour’s left-wing. It shows how the Left developed a range of simplistic, self-sustaining narratives, rather than supported analyses, to guide its actions in the aftermath of the […]