What does it mean to feel ridiculous? How can ridiculousness help us to develop new perspectives on the Romantic period, 1750-1850? Dr Andrew McInnes, Senior Lecturer in English Literature, has been awarded Arts and Humanities Research Council Early Career Leadership Fellow funding, worth nearly a quarter of a million pounds, to find out. The AHRC’s […]
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 […]
Eddie Price and Kate Wilson (2nd Year Creative Writing Students) report on their visit to London to attend the Edge Hill Short Story Prize award ceremony. On Friday 25th October 2019, we were part of a group of students from Edge Hill University who travelled down to London to attend the Edge Hill Short Story […]
Researchers from Edge Hill University are revealing the forgotten history of Victorian laughter as part of the UK’s only nationwide humanities festival. We Are Not Amused at The Atkinson in Southport explores what it took to make a Victorian laugh, from bad puns and nonsense poems to the first stars of stand-up comedy. Curated by Edge Hill’s Dr […]
EHU19 academics Dr Kym Brindle and Dr Laura Eastlake have published a special issue of the Wilkie Collins Journal. The issue explores the theme of materiality in the works of Wilkie Collins (1824-1889) and how everyday objects, from pocket watches and letters, to fashion, fabric and even human hair help to convey mystery and meaning […]
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.
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 […]