Edge Hill University has teamed up with leaders in Chester’s cultural sector to support the city’s international film festival.
Senior Lecturer in Theology and Religion at Edge Hill University, Dr Chris Greenough is publishing a new book called Queer Theologies: The Basics.
Alongside his academic studies, committed student Kyle Clark has dedicated much of his time to raising awareness of mental health and issues within the LGBT+ community.
Edge Hill’s Reader in Dance, Dr Mark Edward, has authored a new book and two high profile book chapters exploring various aspects of performance including drag, contemporary dance and queer art making.
A screening and discussion of the documentary Scent of an Orchid will take place at Edge Hill University later this month.
Liverpool Sound City festivalgoers had the chance to experience cutting edge music and art projects curated by Edge Hill University staff and students.
Edge Hill’s Dr Richard Witts, Reader of Music and Sound, has helped organise Queering Musicology, which will take place in London next month.