Paula Keaveney, Head of Politics at EHU, discusses the vote that kept Theresa May at the helm of the Tory Party, and the possible repercussions for UK politics.
As we continue to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, some of our successful female alumni give us their visions of a fairer world.
Learn a second language, for fun or as part of your degree at Edge Hill University, at no extra cost. Still not convinced? Read on.
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.
“It’s all about the process,” say Dr Kim Wiltshire and Billy Cowan, when discussing political theatre. And you’re unlikely to hear of the movement’s protagonists going on to huge fame via London’s West End. But that was – is – not the point. This was all about identifying contemporary political issues, and taking them to the […]
Nina Simone; Stealing Sheep; Bob Dylan; the Irish Troubles; comedian Ellie Taylor; a reflection on gender and transitioning…in music and dance; a suffragette-themed punk musical. All these, and more, feature this autumn at The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University. We preview some of this season’s shows.
It’s time to put on make-up….Find out what’s on this season, with Cathy and Celia from the The Arts Centre team.
Find out what’s going on in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Creative Writing, History, Law, Media, and Secondary Teaching.
The vegans are coming – and they’re bringing lunch. We sent Creative Writing undergraduate Lucy Barrett to Food For Thought, Edge Hill University’s vegan showcase, to investigate the foodie hinterland that’s having a moment.
The clock is ticking, the countdown continues its inexorable progress, the midnight hour rapidly approaches. We could be talking about the start of the World Cup in Russia.