Edge Hill University and Crooked Dice Game Design studio are set to adapt Bram Stoker’s Dracula into a new narrative-driven skirmish game of gothic horror.
REVIEWER MEETS REVIEWED A VIRTUAL SEMINAR SERIES OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE Thursday 30 September 2021, 1.00-3.00pm (BST) This webinar will be held on Zoom. Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SjVj8m2_RyuYAbIZtnk30Q 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 […]
Edge Hill’s new Research Group in Spanish and Latin American Studies (ESAL) is holding a public launch event on 12 October 2021. ESAL events are free to attend and open to all – staff, students and member of the public. Full details and registration available here.
A BAFTA-winning screenwriter whose latest film features award-winning actor Timothy Spall has credited Edge Hill University for helping to kickstart his career.
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 […]
An Edge Hill creative writing expert recently became the first writer in residence on a floating library, helping to give the gift of literature to people on its journey around the UK’s canals.
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.
Students from our 2020 and 2021 cohorts received their much deserved degrees in-person and on campus during graduation ceremonies that took place from Monday 19th to Friday 30th July.
A mature student from Edge Hill University and mum-of-two left her career as a legal secretary and is now chasing her dream of being a full-time writer.
EHU Nineteen Research Centre and the Wilkie Collins Journal are pleased to announce two new fellowships designed to enable early career researchers to undertake innovative new research in nineteenth-century topics. The fellowships will provide up to £700 towards the cost of research expenses, as well as Visiting Researcher status with EHU Nineteen, access to […]