With the United Nation’s marking its 75th anniversary this weekend, a team of academics at Edge Hill University have warned that greater local action is needed in order to deliver a sustainable future for the planet.
As former professional boxer Nicola Adams prepares to make television history this weekend in Strictly Come Dancing’s first ever same-sex pairing, an Edge Hill academic explains why this milestone is so significant for LGBTQ+ culture.
Two Edge Hill academics have taken over editorship of the respected Katherine Mansfield Society Critical Journal, Tinakori, and are hoping to draw further attention Mansfield’s often overlooked importance to the Modernist movement.
As the world celebrates Black History Month 2020 Edge Hill’s International Centre for Racism (ICR) is calling on historians to take part in an international conference that seeks to re-evaluate the representation of race in world history.
Overwhelming support demonstrated by inspirational students, staff, alumni and partners in response to the global pandemic is celebrated in Edge Hill University’s new Annual Review.
Carl Hunter, the Director and creator of Sometimes Always Never and Grow Your Own, documents the streets of Liverpool as they have never been seen before in his new short film More Than Time.
Edge Hill University is proud to announce that for the 9th year in a row their grounds and green spaces have won a Green Flag Award for their beauty and benefit to the environment.
Edge Hill University recognises that effective testing for Covid-19 plays a key part in understanding and reducing infections and has been working closely with key partners to open a new walk-in testing facility on campus.
Edge Hill University has been ranked in the top five percent of university language centres in the UK by EL Gazette.
Students and staff are being invited to take part in a series of digital events that look at major issues affecting the black community in modern Britainas part of Edge Hill University’s plans to mark Black History Month.