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.
Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards’ academic work on anchoritism, one of the earliest forms of Christian solitary living which saw men and women withdraw from medieval society in order to lead an intensely contemplative life, has inspired a new play.
A mock TV magazine show produced by students and overseen by industry professionals is helping undergraduates get a foot in the door in their chosen career.
Always You, the latest release from Edge Hill University’s own innovative record label, is the first to be made entirely by current students.
Edge Hill University Business School is celebrating the recognition of one of its staff, Professor Paresh Wankhade, in a recently launched national review of ambulance performance targets.
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.
An Edge Hill Professor has appeared in a short film made by the NHS to showcase the talent and drive of women in health and social care research.
As the clock ticks on Brexit negotiations, we talk to international political economist Dr Christopher Dent, from Edge Hill University Business School, about the various trade options available to the UK.
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Edge Hill is the only university in the North West offering students a step up the career ladder thanks to a new qualification being piloted.
A graduate from Edge Hill University is returning to campus to deliver a political message with a punch in her debut show Stripped.