This morning, Wednesday 7 February, MONITOR: Global Intelligence on Racism launches at the European University Institute. A multi-media magazine, MONITOR is open access, and aims to be the go-to source for research-based public debate on racism.
Edge Hill History Lecturer Dr Bob Nicholson became a Twitter sensation when his rant about a reproduction Victorian newspaper in the new Dickens movie went viral.
There’s not much you can do in just five minutes. You could take a
shower, perhaps, make a cuppa,…
In 1959, the first men arrived on campus, cautiously taking their place in a world of women, and heralding the beginning of a new and exciting period in Edge Hill’s history.
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Dr Bob Nicholson, Senior Lecturer in History at Edge Hill University, will be sharing his love of all things Victorian with the nation, when he features on BBC Radio 4 this week.
Emeritus Professor Clive Emsley was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Philosophy by Edge Hill University today in recognition to his enormous contribution to criminal justice historical research
History students at Edge Hill University have received a lecture from acclaimed academic Professor Lawrence Goldman about the creation of the welfare state.
Edge Hill University’s Department of History was a star performer in the national Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, with 100% of the History submission being rated as either world-leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised.
Dr James Renton, Reader in History at Edge Hill, is investigating the interactions between the West and the Middle East in the twentieth century