Vampire Bites Creative Contest

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EHU Nineteen Research Centre are pleased to join forces with Dacre Stoker—Bram Stoker’s great grand-nephew—and Dr Chris McAuley to announce a creative competition for Edge Hill University students. From Victorian villain to modern-day boyfriend material, and from social outcasts to avengers of injustice, the vampire has taken many forms. You are invited to submit your […]

Year 2 students explore the long afterlife of Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Year 2 students Abbie Hope and Katherine Duffy explore the long afterlife of Dracula, what the vampire means for culture today, and some of the events coming up at Edge Hill as we head into the 125th anniversary year of Bram Stoker’s novel. This October, Liverpool’s Playhouse Theatre hosted five nights of Imitating the Dog’s […]

Professor Anthony Grant (Edge Hill University) interviewed in “Reviewer meets Reviewed”

REVIEWER MEETS REVIEWED A VIRTUAL SEMINAR SERIES OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE Thursday 30 September 2021, 1.00-3.00pm (BST) Hegemonies of language and their discontents: The Southwest North American region since 1540 The British Museum’s Anthropology Library and Research Centre, in conjunction with the Royal Anthropological Institute, is pleased to present ‘Reviewer meets Reviewed’, a discussion […]

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BARS/BAVS Nineteenth Century Matters Fellowships 2021-22

19thC matters fellowship poster featuring 19thC man and his family next to two camels

EHU Nineteen is delighted to be hosting the BARS/BAVS Nineteenth Century Matters Fellowship for 2021-2022. Outline Nineteenth-Century Matters is an initiative jointly run by the British Association for Romantic Studies and the British Association for Victorian Studies. Now in its sixth year, it is aimed at postdoctoral researchers who have completed their PhD, but who […]

Edge Hill pioneers Creative Writing internships in UK’s growing tabletop games industry

Creative Writing students at Edge Hill have released a brand-new tabletop game as part of their professional internship with tabletop games creators Crooked Dice Game Design Studio.