Edge Hill University is hosting the acclaimed historian Dr Onyeka Nubia for a talk about the real story of Britain, shining a light on the huge contribution of Africans throughout the UK’s history.
With growing concerns about female safety and sexual harassment and discrimination in sport, Edge Hill’s leading researchers are launching a timely new public seminar series that will address these and other challenges for sport.
Excitement is building ahead of Edge Hill’s major new Sustainability Festival, which takes place next week.
Chief Executive of Liverpool’s Bluecoat, Mary Cloake, is coming to Edge Hill for a spirited discussion about how arts venues have changed over time and become a key part of many communities.
Academics at Edge Hill University are launching a new Spanish and Latin American Studies Research Group in a bid to become a leading voice on all aspects of its culture.
Edge Hill University is committed to diversity, inclusivity and fostering a sense of belonging where all of its community are valued – principles that are being spotlighted during Black History Month.
Edge Hill University is inviting the public to an exciting Festival of Ideas, bringing together famous faces, industry experts, academics and students to explore positive responses to the dramatic events of the past 18 months.
In this blog post for Edge Hill’s Institute for Social Responsibility, the Institute’s Director Professor Jo Crotty discusses why this latest move by Vladimir Putin is unlikely to result in war between Russia and the West.
Edge Hill’s Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR) is marking the anniversary of the UK’s first national lockdown on 24th March by holding a series of fascinating talks and reopening their Covid-19 Blog.
Edge Hill University and its partners have pulled together in response to the COVID-19 crisis. By bringing together its world-leading knowledge, state-of-the-art equipment and community spirit, the University is continuing to innovate and improve lives during the pandemic.