Professor of American History Kevern Verney from Edge Hill University shares his expert opinion on Kamela Harris’ election as Vice President and how her landmark victory will affect race relations in the USA.
In this blog post Associate Dean Research and Professor in American History Kevern Verney discusses Trump V Biden and the history of American elections.
Researchers from Edge Hill University are revealing the forgotten history of Victorian humour as part of the UK’s only nationwide humanities festival.
Amazingly intricate ‘Friendship Books’ shared by students before the dawn of social media are just some of the fascinating items housed in Edge Hill University’s Archive. Following the opening of the new Archive in the University’s Catalyst building, there is a call out for any items related to Edge Hill and it’s illustrious 134-year history. […]
Edge Hill University students enjoyed an enriching learning experience when they travelled to the central Spanish city of Zaragoza.
Edge Hill University has entered the top fifty UK universities in today’s (7 June) Guardian University Guide 2020 attaining 48th position in the UK and 39th in England.
An interactive exhibition exploring the wonder and fear of 19th Century medical science in a family-friendly way is displayed at The Atkinson in Southport.
An interactive exhibition exploring the wonder and fear of 19th Century medical science in a family-friendly way is being displayed at The Atkinson in Southport from Saturday (9th February).
A long-term commitment with the Air Cadets has been cited as a key factor in Jack Lloyd’s success in higher education, where he has just secured two coveted scholarships.
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.