A former Edge Hill student has recently featured in popular music video by the band Feeder.
An academic who describes his research interests as ranging from fifteenth century portraits to blockbuster films, via the cultural heritage of 1997 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has been appointed Edge Hill’s new Head of Media.
Many of us may wonder why veganism comes naturally to some while others struggle to keep up with it, and two academics from Edge Hill University are on a mission to find out why.
An Edge Hill academic, together with a team of scientists from The Open University and University of Edinburgh, has developed a new technique to help predict when a volcano is most likely to erupt.
An Edge Hill academic has been interviewed in the journal Punk & Post-Punk about his lyrics taking on a new life as poetry.
Throughout 2018, Edge Hill University will be marking the 100th anniversary of the first women’s right to vote with a packed programme of free events.
After witnessing the effects of autism on his brother’s life, Edge Hill student Tom Griffiths decided he wanted to create a film in an effort to learn more and raise awareness of the neurological condition which affects so many people.
Two students from Edge Hill University who are studying in Lithuania on an ERASMUS placement have made their way on to Lithuanian national television.
Why do we say one thing and then do something completely different? In his new book, Edge Hill psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie explains how the conflicting subsystems of the human mind, one slow, deliberate and conscious, one fast, automatic and unconscious, operate together to such telling effect.