A team of researchers at Edge Hill University has been awarded funding by the British Academy (BA) to investigate portrayals of autism in the British press in a bid to address the acceptance of the lifelong neurodevelopmental condition that affects the lives of millions in the UK.
A Professor of Children’s Rights at Edge Hill University will join a panel of leading experts to discuss how best to plan for children’s futures, during a British Academy event next week.
An Edge Hill University academic has been awarded a prestigious British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship to support her research into the little-known correspondence of famous Scottish writer and hill-walker Nan Shepherd.
Today (Thursday 5 September) will see the launch of new arts resilience network ‘art does not get you a job’ created by Edge Hill University’s Reader in Literature, Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards. The network, whose members include the internationally renowned balletLorent, The Royal Society of Literature, The Royal […]
Edge Hill University’s Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards has received funding from the British Academy to hold a major conference on the legacy and impact of outgoing UK Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.
A top expert in human rights, social policy and criminal law has received a British Academy Visiting Fellowship and will spend six months at Edge Hill University working on a major project.
A research grant has been awarded to two Edge Hill academics to conduct an investigation into how we can manage and control distractions in our everyday activities.