Past events in the College of Arts and Law

2014

11th July - Premiere of music inspired by the work of Yves Bonnefoy

4th July - Emergencies and affected peoples: philosophy, policy and practice

3rd-6th July - Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2014

28th June - Cultural production in the early modern household

26th-27th June - Reforming the EU: The Future of European Law & Policy

25th June - Leaving Europe? The Legal, Political and Economic Implications of a UK Exit from the EU

25th June - IEL Annual Lecture 2014: What have the Europeans done for us?

24th June - Dogs, Owners & Responsibility: Law in the Doghouse?

24th June - Heritage and Philanthropy: Turning Public Passion into Pounds

24th-25th June - Conference: Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies 50 Years On

24th-25th June - The Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies 50 years on

23rd-24th June - Objects of Modernity: A Conference

21st June - Art production in the Jewellery Quarter: past and present

21st June - History and Climate change: What have we learnt?

20th June - Literature and Conflict: English Graduate Conference 2014

20th June - Birmingham University Singers and University Women's Choir

19th June - Creative Minds at Birmingham: Simon Stephens

18th June - The contemporary restoration of Hagley Park

18th June - Summer Festival Sinfonia

17th June - The Death of the Professions?

17th June - Big Band

16th June - Tadeusz Kantor's "Poor Object" as icon of truth

16th-17th June - New Directions in Public Reason

15th June - Brass Band

14th June - Wind Band: stage and screen spectacular

13th June - Transcending Boundaries in the Law: Postgraduate Research Conference

13th June - Chamber Ensembles

13th June - Philosophy of Religion one-day workshop

13th-15th June - Summer Festival Opera

12th June - 2014 Graduate Research Colloquium in Modern Greek Studies

12th June - Fulbright Lecture: UK's New Home for Innovation: Its Industrial Past: Ironbridge, Birmingham's JQ, and Sheffield's Little Mesters Yards

12th-13th June - Contemporary Caribbean visual culture: artistic visions of global citizenship

11th June - Summer Festival Choir

10th June - Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies research seminars

10th-29th June - Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies archival exhibition

9th June - miniBEAST

9th June - Are some Qumran caves more special than others?

8th June - Saxophone Ensemble

6th June - Playwrights' Workshop

5th June - Care and Relationality Research Workshop

5th-7th June - British Graduate Shakespeare Conference 2014

4th June - Scholars of Islam workshop

3rd June - Modern Languages networking and workshop event for MFL teachers

2nd June - Coalbrookdale: an eighteenth-century landscape of philanthropy

2nd-4th June - Final Year recitalists

31st May - Digital publishing: pixels vs. paper. The Kills

30th May - The ethics of humanitarian intervention

29th May - Dialogues with the Dead: Egyptology in British culture and religion

29th-30th May - Independent Practical Projects

27th May - Wise choices

25th May - 'Who wants to live forever?' Mortals, immortals and the undead

24th May - CBOMGS 15th Annual Postgraduate Colloquium

24th May - Perfect me! at the Hay Festival

24th May - Romeo and Juliet for the young viewer - interpretation and adaptation

23rd May - Sleepwalking to war? Britain in 1914 and 1939

22nd May - Exam stress-busting "Crafternoon"

22nd May-1st June - Hay Festival

20th May - Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies research seminars

19th May - Beyond PhD: Post-doctoral Fellowships and career development in the Arts and Humanities

19th May - The comparative badness for animals of death and suffering

16th May - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Metaethics

15th May - Creative Minds at Birmingham: Alice Oswald

15th May - La Plaga (The Plague)

15th May - Harry Northwood: from Stourbridge to the USA

15th-17th May - Cadbury Conference 2014: Class in Africa: A Reassessment

13th May - Translation Studies Research Forum 2014 and BCT launch

13th May - O Apóstolo (The Apostle)

12th May - Ruinscape and slumscape: picturing history and violence in global East Asia

12th May - Aesthetic adjectives

10th May-29th June - CCCS 50 years on exhibition

8th May - John Sinclair's idiom principle: an inspiration for learner corpus research

8th May - Urte Berri On, Amona! (Happy New Year, Grandma!)

8th-9th May - Theatre Praxis

8th-9th May - Costs and Benefits of Imperfect Cognitions Workshop

7th May - Comparative legal and ethical issues surrounding assisted reproductive techniques in animals

7th May - Compensating the Victims of the Birmingham

7th-8th May - Curating Art History

6th May - Final Year recitalists

6th May - Postgraduate lecture recitals

6th May - What abilities are not

3rd May - BEASTiary

2nd May - BEASTiary

1st May - Lucy Bolton, 'Murdoch and Margaret: Learning a Moral Life'

29th April - Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies research seminars

29th April - Abortion Privacy/Abortion Secrecy - What's the Difference and Why Does It Matter?

29th April - John Terraine Memorial Lecture

28th April - Final Year recitalists

26th April - Midlands Viking Symposium

16th April - Short stories in translation

15th April - Elizabeth I and the "Monstrous Regiment" of Women in Tudor and Stuart England

14th April - BECC-Warwick workshop on Global Humanity

10th April - An important papier maché box presented by the manufacturer Henry Clay to the Birmingham Overseers of the Poor in 1784

10th-13th April - BAAS conference 2014

31st March - Urban Theology Forum guest lecture

27th March - Postgraduate lecture recitals

27th March - "The end of Shakespeare's verse" from an/other end: 'Trans-creating' Shakespeare in Spanish today.

27th March - Translating the old and the new: how long does a translation last?

27th March - Why things look different in the shade

27th March - Schoenberg, Gesamtkunstwerk and fantasies

27th March - CBOMGS seminar: Why was there no Renaissance in Byzantine art?

27th March - Big Band

26th March - The language of leadership

26th March - The Limits of Solidarity: Europeanism, Anti-Colonialism and Socialism at the Congress of the Peoples of Europe, Asia and Africa in Puteaux, 1948

26th March - How archaeology contributes to African history and interdisciplinary research: evidence from Benin

26th March - The Yenikapı 14 Shipwreck and Constantinople's Maritime Traffic in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries

24th March - Final Year recitalists

24th March - Advaita Vedanta and British Idealism

24th March - Coming to America: Rubery Owen, a Black Country Business and the Drive for Efficiency

23rd March - Symphony Orchestra

21st March - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Capacities

21st March - Holdsworth Presidential Address: Lady Justice Hallett

21st March - Back to back and Up the Yard: Life and Death in Back-Street Birmingham, 1880 – 1960

21st March - The Handsworth Scroll: Radical Politics on the High Street

21st March - 366 Days of Kindness – A Talk

21st March - Binchois Consort, Birmingham University Singers and University Women's Choir

20th March - Postgraduate lecture recitals

20th March - Shakespeare Institute open afternoon for prospective students

20th March - Images of Research

20th March - When Life means Death...

20th March - Shakespeare and the Countess: The Formidable Elizabeth Russell and the Blackfriars Theatre

20th March - Shakespeare and the Countess: The Formidable Elizabeth Russell and the Blackfriars Theatre

20th March - Creative Minds at Birmingham: Michael Longley [full video stream available]

20th March - The Stuart Hall Project

20th March - Transnational art education in the 19th Century

20th March - CBOMGS seminar: Material culture and history: Byzantine and Ottoman Torone

20th March - What do we know about the Vikings now?

20th March - 'Life and Death' and the Social Action Film

20th-22nd March - Mary Shelley

19th March - Representing Animals in Scientific Journals: A Corpus Linguistic Approach

19th March - Law In Practice: His Honour Judge Martin Cardinal

19th March - In our digital age, what value do books have?

19th March - Title to be confirmed

19th March - Living Classics in the Modern Community

19th March - Ban Polaris and Scrap the Force de Frappe: nationalism and internationalism in the first wave to ban-the-bomb in Britain

19th March - Bloodpeople, dangerous sex, and dead men walking: how to tell?

19th March - '"Anglifizierung" und "Globalisierung": Aktuelle Diskurse zu Entlehnungen und moderner Sprachpurismus

19th March - Sailing to Naukratis: Sappho on her Brothers

19th March - Dying for Sex: Cultural and Forensic Narratives of Auto-Erotic Death

19th March - Re-visualising the Inglorious Dead: The Abandoned Enemy from the Great Holiday of World War One

19th March - The Birmingham Gun Trade - An Introduction

19th March - Mad(e) in Hades

18th March - Life and Death in Chekhov (event cancelled)

18th March - Shakespeare's Global Communities: Shakespeare, Cultural Value and the Olympic World Shakespeare Festival

18th March - Spatial Planning, Photography, and Modernity in Post-War France

18th March - A World of World Heritage: Seduction, Dis-enchantment and New Intimacies [full video stream available]

18th March - Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series: Roads to War

18th March - Ken Loach's 'Save the Children Fund Film'

18th March - MA Film and Television Documentary Screenings

17th March - Final Year recitalists

17th March - Working with eighteenth-century museum collections

17th March - Predictive Coding

17th-21st March - What is it to be human? (event cancelled)

16th March - University Chorus and Philharmonic Orchestra

15th March - Chamber Choirs and Chamber Ensembles

14th March - Brass in concert

13th March - Postgraduate lecture recitals

13th March - Laokoon, Dante, Shakespeare: a German view around 1800

13th March - An introduction to the Institute of Translation & Interpreting

13th March - Laokoon, Dante, Shakespeare: a German view around 1800

13th March - Heaven and Hell

13th March - Synthetic dreams: colour-film-music in the 1920s

13th March - Sarah Street, 'Synthetic Dreams: Color-Film-Music in the 1920s'

13th March - CBOMGS seminar: Byzantine Greece: microcosm of empire? Retrospect and prospect

12th March - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Belief

12th March - The language of leadership

12th March - Photographs of atrocity: lantern slides and humanitarian campaigns in the Belgian Congo in the early 20th century

12th March - War in Northern Uganda: background and effects

12th March - Cicero the historian

11th March - Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series: Roads to War

11th March - Disgracing the Raj: white and mixed race prostitution in Colonial India

10th March - Early Modern Vocal Ensemble

10th March - I could have guessed it was full of water, can I have my money back": Town and Castle ditches from the Midlands – why it is worth doing the environmental archaeology

9th March - Wind Band and Saxophone Ensemble

6th March - Walking in a Windsor Wonderland: a few ramshackle reflections on directing Shakespeare's greatest comedy

6th March - Queer cinemas between France and Spain

6th March - CBOMGS seminar: A Byzantine library: the Athonite Lavra in the thirteenth century

5th March - Employability event: Higher Education administration

5th March - 'Begun at Westminster and ended at Wirksworth' : hearing sermons in town and country in the 1640s

5th March - Ahead, Athwart, Askance: tropes of perversion in contemporary Hispanophone cinema

5th March - Economy and Colonial History: German Togo and the Cotton Project

5th March - "The Full Monty" into Europe? Issues of cultural untranslatability from a comparative perspective: investigating the German and French versions of this 1990s British comedy

4th March - Modelling citizens: negotiations of agency and belonging through the medium of Italian migration literature

4th March - Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series: Roads to War

3rd March - Final Year recitalists

3rd March - TBA

3rd March - A Painful Legacy: Martin Luther and the Jews

28th February - Philosophy of Religion one day workshop

27th February - Court on canvas: tennis in art

27th February - Leaders in Law: Jacqueline Minor

26th February - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Truth and Vagueness

26th February - The language of leadership

26th February - Matter matters: outlines of a historiographic provocation

26th February - Anti-Positivism and the Esoteric in early Twentieth-Century Mexican thought and literature

26th February - From Tuareg nationalism to Jihad: changing patterns of miltancy in Mali

26th February - CAHA research seminar (title to be confirmed)

26th February - Creative Minds at Birmingham: Kathleen Jamie

25th February - Translating Frantz Fanon

24th February - Early Music Ensembles

24th February - Structure and Quasi-Structure of Objects

24th February - Manuscript Books for Medieval Midlands Readers

24th February - Jewish Survival in early-modern Catholic Europe: Inquisition, Ghettoisation and Community

20th February - Joseph Wright of Derby: the Philosopher's Painter

19th February - Commemoration & conflict workshop - 'challenges for HE practitioners in history, area studies & philosophical and religious studies

19th February - Taster day for MA Film and Television: Research and Production

19th February - Introduction to postgraduate programmes with the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage

19th February - Introduction to postgraduate study in the School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music

19th February - Introduction to postgraduate programmes in the Department of History

19th February - Introduction to postgraduate programmes in the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology

19th February - Introduction to postgraduate study in the School of English, Drama and American and Canadian Studies

14th February - Rethinking Foucault for 21st-Century Sexuality Studies

14th February - BEAST@IKON

13th February - Peculiar houses: the newness of early modern playhouses

13th-15th February - Trust Not Your Daughters' Minds

12th February - Theorising Informality from the ground up in Russia

12th February - Birmingham Centre for Modern and Contemporary History Annual Lecture

12th February - Antiquity in Silent Cinema

12th February - Maria Wyke, antiquity in silent cinema

12th February - "Wir sind das Volk": the dominance of 1989

11th February - Reincarnation

11th February - Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series: Roads to War

11th February - The British State: Past, Present, and Future

10th February - 'Creating an Early Colonial Order - From Corruption to Waste in Late Eighteenth-Century South Asia

10th February - Naming, Saying and Structure

10th February - Transport and fuel in the West Midlands in the late 17th century: Andrew Yarranton and the Stour Navigation

7th February - Gilbert and Sullivan Gala

6th February - Henry V after the War on Terror: Event Television, the Soldierly Body as Spectacle and the Uncertain Politics of Memorialisation

6th February - Lucy Bolton, 'Murdoch and Margaret: Learning a Moral Life'

6th February - CBOMGS seminar: Delphic festivals, mythologies and genealogies

5th February - The global struggle for rubber in WWII

5th February - Black Gold in Ghana: socio-economic implications for women in the oil communities

4th February - Said Nursi's notion of sacred science: Its function and application in Hizmet High School education

4th February - Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series: Roads to War

3rd February - The Winter We Danced: The Idle No More Movement and the Future of Canada

3rd February - Could a Jew Be a Gentleman in Victorian England?

2nd February - Sons of Bach

31st January-2nd February - BEAST@CBSO Centre: pioneers of sound

30th January - The Sensory Body in Shakespeare's Theatres

30th January - Greek Mythology 3500 BC to AD 2014 [video stream available]

29th January - Rochester at Rhyme

29th January - China Trans Formed: How Sex Changed from Colonial to Sinophone Modernity

29th January - Writing the History of the Jews of Poland and Russia

29th January - A murder and its aftermath: land, race and violence after Apartheid

29th January - The idea of the classical in classical antiquity

28th January - The living and the poetic intention: Édouard Glissant's biopolitics of literature

28th January - Birmingham Great War Centenary Lecture Series: Roads to War

27th January - BEASTdome

27th January - Climate Change, Warfare and Ecocide in the Early Fourteenth-century British Isles

27th January - Freetown! Shakespeare and Social Flourishing

23rd January - Shakespeare's Persia

23rd January - Sarah Street, 'Synthetic Dreams: Color-Film-Music in the 1920s'

23rd January - CBOMGS seminar: The Trier Ivory, the Icon of Christ on the Chalke Gate, empress Irene's triumph over Iconoclasm and the church of St Euphemia at the Hippodrome

22nd January - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Non-Standard Logic

22nd January - Simon Harper: Freelance PR in Arts

22nd January - South Africa, 1960-1: from 'Wind of Change' to armed struggle

21st January - How can we research Islam properly in the current climate?

21st January - Blacks out: Italy's melancholic whiteness

21st January - Inter-theatre Learning in the British army of the First World War

21st January - Leaders in Law Lecture: Lord Justice Rix

20th January - Human dignity: a useful concept?

20th January - Postgraduate panel on eighteenth-century art history

17th January - 2013 Italian elections - Italian politics at the crossroads?

16th January - Shakespeare Institute open afternoon for prospective students

16th January - '"Grief best is pleased with grief's society": Shakespeare and Early Modern Sympathy'

15th January - "How happy's the state where no discords are breeding": Harmony and the Politopop of later seventeenth-century England

15th January - Water, Sovereignty and Global Science: The Grand Canal Project in China, 1910s-1930s

15th January - Heroic Imperialists in Africa: the promotion of British and French colonial heroes, 1870-1939

15th January - A world of choice: taking archaic Greek diversity seriously

15th January - Hitler's female helpers

14th January - Fishing, ploughing and pesky pirates: people, power and personalities in a coastal manor ca.1270-1350

6th-8th January - The Royal Music Association's 2014 Research Students' Conference

2013

14th-15th December - Birmingham University Singers

13th December - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: Trio Isimsiz

13th December - #DearShakespeare

12th December - Medieval Representations and Clerical Masculinities: Between Cultural and Gender History

12th December - Unthinking Shah Rukh Khan and Global Bollywood

12th December - CBOMGS seminar: Literature and culture in late Byzantine Thessalonica

11th December - Alternatives to the nation-state? Political fiction and Joseba Sarrionandia´s 'The Frozen Man'

11th December - Modern and Contemporary History seminar Title TBA

11th December - Hiding in plain site: drone culture or sensing Africa remotely

10th December - The Arabic-Afrikaans manuscript tradition: Its material production and theological impact on South Africa's Muslims

10th December - The face that launched a thousand sonnets: Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci and the quest for Florentine identity at the turn of the 15th century

10th December - John Baskerville and the power of print

9th December - Beauty and the eye of the beholder: Jewish caricature and Christian devotions in the later twelfth century

9th December - The University Carol Service

8th December - Symphony Orchestra: Of myth and legend: Tales from Russia

6th December - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: Bartosz Woroch

6th December - Wind Band & Saxophone Ensemble

5th December - Three strategies for success

5th December - Scholarship and Creativity: Adapting and Unadapting Shakespeare and Fletcher's Cardenio

5th December - Jazzlines presents... Alcyona Mick's Blink

5th December - CBOMGS seminar: Cavafy and the not-so-Naughty Nineties

5th-7th December - Department of Drama and Theatre Arts: Kindertransport

5th-7th December - Kindertransport

4th December - History and Cultures Workshop Skills Session

4th December - The Kindertransport in History and Memory

4th December - Seasonal speed workshop

4th December - Pipelines and Protest in British Columbia: Aboriginal title, Wild Salmon, Jobs and Climate Change

4th December - Will-making on the deathbed in Stratford-upon-Avon, c. 1540 – 1640

4th December - 'Wales England Wed'? English-Welsh hybridity in the two world wars

4th December - Re-thinking race and class in twentieth century South Africa

4th December - Barber Evening Concert: Simón Bolívar String Quartet

3rd December - Drivers of change: investigating routine and emergence in newswriting

3rd December - Living without why. A Muslim's attempt to authenticity

3rd December - The BEF on 29 September, 1918

2nd December - Dante and the Performative

2nd December - CeSMA Annual Lecture 2013

30th November - Brass in Space!

29th November - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: Department of Music Postgraduates

29th November - Big Band

29th November - UMS Big Band

28th November - Alba Fedeli, Early Qur'anic Manuscripts in the Mingana Collection

28th November - What's the future for publishing literary translations?

28th November - Archives and Anecdotes

28th November - History and Cultures Workshop Skills Session

28th November - Text Seminar, Autumn 2013

28th November - Sexology and literature: on the uses and abuses of fiction

27th November - Mourning for the victims: Leningrad memorial cemeteries

27th November - David Chariandy

27th November - Cities of vice: red light districts in Asian ports

27th November - The politics and poetics of representing male bodies in contemporary Caribbean art: Cuba and the Dominican Republic

27th November - War in Northern Uganda: background and effects

27th November - Reassembling the fragments in a digital age

27th November - British memory and representation of the Kindertransport

26th November - The first Queen in Scots? Margaret Tudor and English at the turn of the century

26th November - "Soldiers of Christ arise": Religious Nationalism in the East Midlands during World War I

25th November - IEL Annual Lecture 2013: The European Union in the World: the limits of law and the constraints of politics

25th November - 'It's all a Gas': the development and provision of household technology in the Black Country 1800-1939

25th November - Heresy, orthodoxy and the Codex Amiatinus Christ in Majesty

25th November - Ironbridge Annual Lecture 2013: 'Displaying the Past, Designing the Future' Dr Martin Roth, Director of the V&A

23rd November - Birmingham History Day

23rd November - Birmingham University Singers and Women's Choir

22nd November - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Semantics and Pragmatics

22nd November - Barber Lunchtime Concerts:Di Xiao

21st November - Where to find lost plays

21st November - 'Creative Minds at Birmingham' - Bernard MacLaverty [video stream available]

21st November - CBOMGS seminar: A grudging rescue: the French evacuation and the exodus of Armenians from Cilicia, 1921

21st November - Creative Minds at Birmingham - Bernard MacLaverty

20th November - History and Cultures Workshop Skills Session

20th November - Editing as a Critical Act: Reading The Complete Poetry of Robert Herrick

20th November - Theft on the trains: cheminot behaviours in wartime

20th November - Youth and insecurity in the Niger Delta

19th November - Michelangelo's Grace: self portrayal and religious identity in two of his Pietàs

19th November - The British Army and the Learning Curve, 1793-1815

18th November - What happens when it rains: Virginia Woolf and the weather

18th November - The Fourteenth Century in Zooarchaeological Perspective

18th November - The Kindertransport in Retrospect

17th November - Onyx Brass

16th November - 54th National Postgraduate Colloquium in German Studies

15th November - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: Florin Ensemble

14th November - Succeeding as a freelance translator

14th November - Charles Mathews and his Gallery of British Theatrical Celebrity

14th November - The Military Implications of Tudor Rebellions, 1536-1554

14th November - Great exhibitions in the margins. Cultures of international exhibitions 1840-1940

13th November - Masterclass: languages in action

13th November - Helen Thomas, 'Freeze Frame: Paralysis in Film'

13th November - Choteo: el humor, la política y la cultura en Cuba

13th November - Saving the remnant or building a Soviet state? The dilemmas of international humanitarian intervention in early Soviet Armenia

13th November - Büchner the optimist

13th November - Sibyls, goddesses and women in republican Rome

13th November - New maps of Classics: Oxbridge, metropolis and provinces 1850-1920

12th November - Popular science across cultures: cultural identities in image and text

12th November - Foxhole Faith and the Religion of the GI in World War II

12th November - The Napoleon of the Caucus' the career of Francix Schnadhorst, Britain's first professional political organiser

11th November - Scholarly editing in a digital age

11th November - The Staffordshire Hoard: An Insider's View

9th November - Science and technology in 1890

8th November - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: rarescale

8th November - BEASTdome

6th November - Masterclass: try a new language

1st November - History and Cultures Workshop Film Group

1st-2nd November - Post-socialism playing global: computer gaming industries and digital media culture

1st-2nd November - Consent: A capacious and contentious concept in feminist, legal, philosophical, and queer contexts

31st October - Shakespeare's Sonnets and the Claustrophobic Reader

31st October - CBOMGS seminar: Sir Steven Runciman and "the nicest Greek" he knew: the chronicle of his friendship with George Seferis

31st October-2nd November - Be My Baby

30th October - Genre Studies and Russian texts

30th October - Humanitarianism and humdrum internationalism: British society at the end of

30th October - Class and informal economic restructuring

30th October - CREMS Annual Lecture

30th October - Rethinking Ancient Literacy. Words, numbers and social complexity in the Near East and the Mediterranean world

29th October - Storywalk – Annamation

29th October - Robin Hobb

29th October - The World's Oldest Bible

29th October - After Such Kindness: Gaynor Arnold

29th October - Why we need a sociolinguistics of writing and why sociolinguistics needs to re-think 'writing'

29th October - The Sceptre Press

29th October - Scouting for Brigands: Tank Corps Intelligence, 1916-1918

29th October - Book Quiz

29th October - The Subject of Murder

28th October - Text as Art/Art as Text: exploring the uses and possibilities of text within contemporary art

28th October - Teaching Shakespeare and the Big Stuff [video stream available]

28th October - Research in literature

28th October - Why virtue ethics does not have a problem with right action

28th October - 'It is generally thought that a city garden is an impossibility': exploring urban garden provision in five nineteenth-century English towns

28th October - The Life and Afterlife of Early Musics

28th October - Citizen Reader [video stream available]

28th October - The Blank Screen: Productivity for Creative Writers

28th October - Alan Plater's 'The Beiderbecke Affair'

28th October - Phenomenal Women

27th October - Birmingham University Women's Choir in Worcester

27th October - Birmingham University Women's Choir

27th October - Park Life

27th October - So, You Want to Write a Novel?

27th October - Do you want to be a record breaker?

27th October - Fiction, History and Other Lies

27th October - Self-Publishing: The right choice for you and your book?

27th October - Empress of Fashion: Diana Vreeland

27th October - UniSlam!

27th October - Empress of Fashion: Diana Vreeland

27th October - Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens, 'The Lighthouse': A dramatic situation never before exploited

27th October - "Why do you dress me/ In borrowed Robes?" Shakespearean costume workshop

27th October - The birth of Tania Carver and other pseudonyms

27th October - The story of letter writing

26th October - Telling Tales

26th October - Being a Cosmo columnist and other stories [video stream available]

26th October - Bosworth: the Birth of the Tudors

26th October - The Ugly Renaissance

25th October - Birmingham, the Great Working City [video stream available]

25th October - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: Ulrich Heinen and Malcolm Wilson

25th October - Whose Voices? Writing workshop

25th October - Weird World of Wonders

25th October - Books without Borders: A celebration of literature in translation

25th October - The Letters of Paul Cézanne

25th October - The Evolution of the Campus Novel

25th October - Talking Brummie: The Vernon Manuscript

25th October - The Kills [video stream available]

24th October - Communication, communication, communication: the importance of creativity and innovation in business

24th October - Books: read it and die!

24th October - A Broken Coriolanus

24th October - Imperial Purple to Denim Blue: The colourful history of textiles

24th October - The Library: a World History

24th October - Written Off

24th October - Britain and the Balkans: war, peace and 'the strange death of Liberal England', c. 1900-1925

24th October - The paradigm of music: Kandinsky, Duchamp, & Nam June Paik

24th October - 'Creative Minds at Birmingham' - Jamie McKendrick [video stream available]

24th October - CBOMGS seminar: Homeric commentaries and paraphrases: Eustathius of Thessalonica in search of Demosthenes Thrax

24th October - Doggerland

24th-29th October - Book to the Future

24th-29th October - Build the Birmingham Book

23rd October - East African railways and harbours 1945-60: labour resistance to a 'crisis of accumulation'

23rd October - Thinking queer/Rethinking the interwar

22nd October - Back with the mates I left behind: a frontline medical officer from Passchendaele to allied victory

22nd October - Adapting to Climate Change: Coping with the Effects of Weather Changes in Rural Sierra Leone

22nd October - Counter narratives and controversial crimes: a cross-cultural comparison of revisions to the Wikipedia article, "The Murder of Meredith Kercher"

22nd October - Postmemory and the graphic novel: how to tell your grandparents' stories of the Second World War

22nd October - The World's First Expeditionary Air Force? The RFC in 1914

21st October - Printing Swift's hoaxes and parodies

19th October - Black Country History Day

18th October - The Futures of Legal Education and the Legal Profession 2013 CEPLER Conference

17th October - The End of Shakespeare's Verse?

16th October - West Midlands Remembers

16th October - "Sua Sall You Tak New Troy": A New Sonnet and Jacobean Literary Culture Before 1603

16th October - 'Self-extermination or self-determination': the (re-)construction of east central Europe, 1917–23

16th October - The monkey tablet and the dangers of not treating cuneiform tablets as archaeological objects

16th October - Barber Evening Concerts: The Sixteen

15th October - Officer Education at Sandhurst and Woolwich 1902-1914

14th October - "All the Formative Forces": Guy Butler and the emergence of a South African poetics

14th October - Nineteenth century prison provision for juveniles in Birmingham

12th October - Strategies of imperial control in arid and semi-arid environments

12th October - Teacher Subject Days in Classics

11th October - Barber Lunchtime Concerts: Kitty Whately and Joseph Middleton

11th-12th October - Birmingham Workshops in Philosophy: Fundamentality

10th October - The Stage History of Cymbeline

10th October - Broadcasting modernity in 1968 Spain

10th October - Noemi de Haro García, 'Broadcasting Modernity in 1968 Spain'

10th October - CBOMGS seminar: Traveller's Tales

10th October - Ray Krone to speak about the death penalty

9th October - 'Truth be told': some problems with historical revisionism in Kenya

9th October - French perceptions of Algerian society at the onset of colonial conquest (ca.1840-1860)

9th October - Firing the canon: the politics and poetics of exclusion

8th October - Strings Masterclass: Dancing with Bach

8th October - Lecture-recital: Dancing with Bach

8th October - The Combat Soldier

7th October - Poetic gems: metaphors of genius in Victorian poetry

7th October - Taking Morality Mathematically: Enoch's Indispensability Argument

3rd October - Asia, Text, Performance 1692-2013

3rd October - VENICE OF THE GREEKS: The History of Hellenism in the City of Saint Mark

2nd October - Secrets and spies: transgressing boundaries in sixteenth-century

2nd October - World in motion: professional circuits through 19th-century China

2nd October - The price of death: understanding the township funeral industry in South Africa

2nd October - Family honour: the long life of Roman tombs

30th September - Primary Sources for Local and Regional History held in Special Collections

29th September - Music in the making

28th September - History of Art taster day 2013

28th September - Genre and Memory

26th September - Pompeii – a view from the street

12th-13th September - Screening European Heritage conference

9th September - Religion, Gangs, Community Cohesion and Youth Detention - a research discussion event

4th-6th September - Crossroads in African Studies

2nd September-29th November - BABEL: An exhibition of images and words by Stewart Brown

6th July - Day School in Honour of Dr Bob Bushaway

5th July - Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival

3rd July - Unity and Diversity in Text and Tradition

1st-2nd July - Negotiating Boundaries - The Plural Fields of Art History

28th-29th June - New Times Revisited? Examining Society, Culture and Politics in the Long 1980s

27th June - in:flux 1845-1945: A Century in Motion

27th June - Collaborative partnerships between universities and Muslim institutions: dismantling the roadblocks

26th June - Race, Biopolitics and Violence in Francophone Postcolonial Studies

26th-28th June - Sin and Salvation in Reformation England

23rd-24th June - Brant International Piano Competition 2013

22nd June - Undergraduate open day

22nd June - War Studies Summer Day School

21st June - Undergraduate open day

20th June - Undergraduate open day

18th June - Ecology Politics in Pre-modern Eastern Eurasia

14th June - Festival Voices - Melody Morris (conductor)

13th June - Workshop: Interpersonal Narratives and Mental Health

13th June - Big Band

12th June - 'Caught in the Act: or, Practising Theatre History'

12th June - Sinfonia - Taihei Yimiketa (conductor)

11th June - Testing prayer: why Pentecostal healing should be studied empirically

11th June - Chamber Ensembles

10th June - Workshop 6 - Communicating Genre: the author, the text and the audience

10th June - Lunchtime Postgraduate Concert

10th June - "'O beastly Jews': Jewish Responses to that Venerable Tradition"

9th June - Community Day

7th-8th June - My night with philosophers

7th-9th June - Matthew Knight (Director) and Georgina Wheatley (Music Director)

6th June - Public engagement in health care priority setting

6th-8th June - Fifteenth Annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference

2nd June - Doggerland

1st June - Citizen Reader

1st June - Playwrights' Workshop

31st May - Playwrights' Workshop

31st May - Human enhancement: three perspectives

30th May - Rewriting the Book: The Library of Birmingham

29th May - Collecting cultures: the eighteenth century

29th May - Innocence, Desire and Loathing: Visiting the Book

29th May - David Parker at the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts

29th May - The World's Oldest Bible: How technology shapes belief

28th May - Teaching Shakespeare and the Big Stuff

28th May - Translation Studies Research Forum

24th-26th May - BEAST: Vanishing Point

23rd May - Els nens salvatges (The Wild Ones)

23rd-24th May - Independent Practical Projects

23rd-24th May - Birth, sex and death: rites of passage in the medieval and early modern world

23rd May-2nd June - Hay Festival

21st May - Subtitling The Wire: the impact of hearing-impaired subtitles on characterisation

20th May - Creating a medieval history gallery

17th May-18th June - The Cadbury Conference 2013: African newspaper cultures

16th May - Doentes (Sick People)

15th May - Final year recitals (15 May)

15th May - Subjective well-being: when, and why, it matters

14th May - Final year recitals (14 May)

13th May - Final year recitals (13 May)

13th May - Actions, reasons, and presuppositions

10th May - Reanimating Playbooks

10th May - Réseau-F Postgraduate Consortium for French and Francophone Studies

10th May - Luca Luciano (clarinet)

10th May - Professor Thomas Pogge (Yale)

9th May - Between Theatre Histories and Performance Events

9th May - Zorion perfektua (Perfect Happiness)

9th May - Three puzzles about spatial experience

9th May - Primed for Violence? A corpus analysis of jihadist discourse

8th May - Philosophy of Religion one-day workshop

8th May - James Rhodes piano

3rd May - Richard Uttley (piano)

3rd May - Hermes Ensemble & New Music Ensemble

2nd May - Theatre Praxis

2nd May - Getting Grants, Getting Published and Staying Sane? Life After the PhD

1st May - Workshop: Metaphysics of Time

1st May - MA presentations

30th April - The John Terraine Lecture: John Terraine and the Naval History of the First World War

30th April - Birmingham Centre for Modern & Contemporary History annual lecture

30th April - The origins of Anglo Jewry in Birmingham

29th April - Workshop 5 - Genre and canons of representation

29th April - Final Year Recitalists (29 April)

29th April - Conceptual Cosmopolitanism: What conceptual relativity might be and could do

28th April - Binchois Consort & Birmingham University Singers

26th April - Concert by Jack McNeill (clarinet) and Melissa Morris (piano)

25th April - Staging Political Scandals: Two Brazilian Adaptations of William Shakespeare's Richard III

25th April - Margaret Thatcher in modern British history

24th April - Redcrosse, the secular and the sacred: an evening of performance and presentations on St George and the modern meaning of Englishness

22nd April - Final Year Recitalists (22 April)

22nd April - Interpreting what Achilles said to the tortoise

19th April - An Artistic Director Prepares

5th April - Total Brass

22nd March - Early Music Concert

22nd March - Big Band

21st March - Moral Responsibility and Psychopathology Workshop

21st March - Women & War - The Politics of Life Writing: Spying, Treason and Antifascist Resistance

21st March - Objective Faith? the Spiritual Object Studio Portrait Series

21st March - Time and The Tempest

21st March - Homeric commentaries and paraphrases: Eustathius of Thessalonica in search of Demosthenes Thrax

21st March - Danger and Disenchantment: Thoughts on Narrative and Neue Sachlichkeit

21st-23rd March - Conference: the Challenges of Trans-national Investigations

20th March - Irene Nemirovsky and Suite francaise

20th March - Art History speed workshop

20th March - Introducing our postgraduate courses in Shakespeare and Creativity

20th March - Faith Schools - blessing or curse?

20th March - 'The Matter of Mood in Lewis Klahr's "Engram Sepals (Melodramas 1994-2000)"'

20th March - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

20th March - 10 x 10: The Journey Home, at the Old Joint Stock Pub Theatre

20th March - Concert by Clipper Erickson (piano) and Laurie Altman (composer)

19th March - Online chat: Postgraduate programmes in Philosophy

19th March - The Fifth Annual Rabbi Tann Memorial Lecture

19th March - Looking For Traces of Empire

19th March - Hiding in plain site: drone culture or sensing Africa remotely

19th March - The Chiricahua Apache Warrior 1860-1886

19th March - The life and times of William Hutton: Birmingham's first historian 1723-1815

19th March - 10 x 10 The Journey Home

18th March - Unearthing the Past: A boat laden with...

18th March - Robert Atkinson, Architect of Cinemas

18th March - Department of Music Recitals

18th March - 'It's all a Gas': the development and provision of household technology in the Black Country 1800-1939

18th March - Dany Laferrière: A Restless Child of Haiti

18th March - Online chat: Postgraduate programmes in Philosophy

18th March - Introducing Christian-Muslim Relations: a bibliographical history

18th March - A leg to stand on: prosthetics, art and robots

18th March - Ecocritical readings of Modern Hebrew literature and recent Israeli fiction

17th March - University Choir & Philharmonic Orchestra

15th March - Anneke Scott horn and Steven Devine fortepiano

15th March - Our Place in Nature: Theism and Material Persons

15th March - Brass Band & Wind Band

14th March - Open afternoon for prospective students

14th March - Hamlet in the Cold War: Zbigniew Herbert's 'Elegy of Fortinbras' and its Contexts

14th March - Urban Fox Folk Sessions

14th March - Picture Post and the Photo Essay: Emigre Photographers and Cultural Narratives in Britain 1938-45

14th March - The Invention and Oblivion of the Holy Lance of Antioch

14th-16th March - The House of Bernarda Alba

13th March - Research Round Table

13th March - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

12th March - Special Lecture (supported by Sir Barry Jackson Trust)

12th March - Noticing and not noticing what's in a text: attention, depth of processing and text interpretation

12th March - Wagner

12th March - 'Sir Henry Rawlinson: A Reassessment'

12th March - Birmingham and Beyond seminar series

11th March - Birmingham Eighteenth-Century Centre Seminar Series at Special Collections: Eighteenth-Century Collections

11th March - Early Music Concert

11th March - Nature as metaphor in Modern Hebrew literature

10th March - UMS Symphony Orchestra

10th March - UMS Symphony Orchestra

8th March - Juice

8th March - UMS Chamber Choirs

8th March - UMS Chamber Choirs

7th March - 'What's so funny 'bout campus Shakespeare?'

7th March - Joining a Professional Body

7th March - Chris Mapp Group

7th March - Chris Mapp Group

7th March - Meleager rides the rails: Kenneth Rexroth's Greek Anthology

7th March - Knight's Move. What can be the contribution of artistic research to World Art Studies?

6th March - 'Coloured Sound: Timbre, Race and Recording in American Music'

6th March - Known (un)knowns. Creating an Aesthetic of Knowing in Recent Cinematic Red Army Rote Armee Faction

6th March - The Book of Invisible Bridges

5th March - Second Stanley Wells Lecture

5th March - Assessing the usability of raw machine translation output via eye tracking

5th March - Urban slums in Durban, South Africa

5th March - French research seminar

5th March - The status of Basque: situations and prospects

5th March - 'The BEF on 29 September 1918'

5th-7th March - The Eighth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

4th March - Final year recitalists (4 March)

4th March - The place of the dead: territory and identity in the early modern landscape

4th March - Philosophy Society: Bart Streumer

4th-6th March - Birmingham Colloquium 2013

2nd March - War Studies Spring Day School

1st March - Hallé Soloists

1st March - Imperial Humanitarianism

28th February - Staging Shakespeare's Books: Intermedial Dramaturgy in 21st Century European Performance

27th February - 'Surf Tourism and the Imperial Encounter.'

27th February - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

26th February - Radical Memorial Ethics. Peter Weiss' Trip to Auschwitz in 1964

26th February - The influence of age and aptitude on the development of a native-like second language lexicon

26th February - 'A Case Study of the British Campaign Against the Blockade of Germany and Austria, 1918-1919'

25th February - Final year recitalists (25 Feb)

25th February - A Question of Sport and the Law: What now for sport in Britain and beyond?

24th February - Birmingham University Singers

23rd February - Workshop 4 - Genre in translation: crossing cultural, linguistic, disciplinary, media and other boundaries

22nd February - Postgraduate Workshop: sites of memory

22nd February - Philip Higham cello and Sam Armstrong piano

21st February - Working for a Translation Company

21st February - Sam Wanamaker

21st February - Between Authenticity and the Multiple: Käthe Kollwitz, graphic dissemination and dealership

21st February - Romespeak: Why de Lingua Latina?

20th February - '"The Mississippi was a virgin field": Mark Twain and the rediscovery of the river, 1865-1875'

20th February - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

20th February - Sin and the Self: Confession and Individuality in Twelfth-Century German Literature

20th February - Contempt of Court in the Age of the Internet

20th February - Chamber Ensembles and Saxophone Ensemble

20th February - Chamber Ensembles and Saxophone Ensemble

19th February - Sufism Islamic mysticism or is it just an essential aspect of Islam?

19th February - "Boring, pompous and arrogant" or "funny, interesting, and HOT!" What university students really think of their professors!

19th February - Bach Reception in Korea

19th February - French research seminar

19th February - 'French Republican Universalism' and the 'Event' of Queer Theory

19th February - 'Bloody Meadows: Investigating Battlefields as Landscapes'

18th February - Final year recitalists (18 Feb)

18th February - Accomplished ladies or professional women? Women in art and design in Birmingham in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

17th February - BEAST presents... Encounters (Sunday)

17th February - BEAST presents... Encounters (Sunday)

16th February - BEAST presents... Encounters (Saturday)

16th February - BEAST presents... Encounters (Saturday)

16th-17th February - Birmingham University Singers

15th February - Alkan: An Anniversary Lecture-Recital

15th February - BEAST presents... Encounters (Friday)

15th February - BEAST presents... Encounters Friday

13th February - Jerusalem Quartet

11th February - Final year recitalists (11 Feb)

9th February - Unlocking the Private Library

8th February - UMS Honorary President's Lecture

7th February - ''Olympic Performance in the Year of Shakespeare' and 'Actors and Academics: Ways of Seeing the Artefact'

7th February - Working as a Freelance Translator

7th February - Percy Pursglove Quartet

7th February - Percy Pursglove Quartet

7th February - Civil Liberty and the Irish Poor: the Visual Cultures of Catholic Emancipation 1828-9

7th February - The Optical Neume Recognition Project

7th-9th February - Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat

6th February - Careers with Languages

6th February - 'Connecting Viewers with Content: the promotional screen industries in the digital era'

6th February - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

5th February - Islamism and the empowerment of women in Syria

5th February - Round Table: focus on sources

5th February - Changing the bases for academic word lists: the Vocabulary for Academic Lecture Listening word list

5th February - 'The Men Who Planned the War: The Staff of the British Army on the Western Front 1914-18'

5th February - UG Philosophy Society: John Broome

4th February - The Bull Ring, an iconic Birmingham landmark: the popularity of 19th century topographical views

4th February - Maimonides Versus Nahmanides On Fighting for the Land of Israel: Some Reflections on Jewish Theology

3rd February - In the House of the Devil

3rd February - In the House of the Devil

1st February - Annual Philosophy of Religion Workshop

31st January - The Memory of the image in Jean-Luc Godard's "Histoire(s) du cinema" (1998)

31st January - Shakespearean Verse Speaking

31st January - August Sander and the Artists

30th January - The rule of fear: state violence in colonial Kenya, 1952-1955

30th January - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

30th January - Barber Evening Concert

29th January - The impact of textual enhancement on EFL learners' grammatical development of expression of future plans and intentions

29th January - Music research seminar

29th January - Birmingham Visiting Writers' Programme Lecture 2013

29th January - 'Religion and the Vietnam War'

28th January - How reliable is the story of the Nag Hammadi discoveries?

28th January - Philosophy Society: Ben Colburn

28th January - Postgraduate student workshop

27th January - Atalante

25th January - Trio Petrus - Barber Lunchtime Concert

24th January - Open afternoon for prospective students

24th January - Gregory Doran (Artistic Director, Royal Shakespeare Company)

24th January - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

24th January - The Book of the Dead in Nineteenth-Century Britain

23rd January - Shakespeare's Persia

23rd January - 'Icons and Outtakes in Respite (2007) and A Film Unfinished (2010)'

23rd January - Round Table: focus on the Danford Collection

22nd January - Probing probabilistic grammars in diachrony

22nd January - 'True to their Salt? Partnering Auxiliary Forces, Then and Now'

22nd January-19th March - The Cadbury Lectures 2013 - Department of Theology and Religion

21st January - Brilliant with all colours: Vesuvius and the evolution of it's image

18th January - Chetham's School of Music - Barber Lunchtime Concert

17th January - Lettered Men and Spineless Women: The Gendering of Early Modern Stoicism

17th January - The Folk Sessions

17th January - Kazimir Malevich and the Journey into Space

16th January - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

15th January - Kitab al-Majdal in the 11th century Historical setting

15th January - Dante as a European poet

15th January - Verb patterns in English for Academic Purposes: Towards a Corpus Pattern Analysis

15th January - Music research seminar

15th January - Seventh symposium: Making of Modernity

15th January - "The idea of the nation was superior to race": transforming racial contours, social attitudes, and decolonizing French Empire from La Réunion 1946-1973

15th January - 'Zeppelins over the Black Country: 1916'

14th January - 'After Katrina: Race, Transnationalism, and the End of the American Century'

11th January - Hermes Ensemble - Barber Lunchtime Concert

10th January - The Chronology of Christopher Marlowe

10th January - Mike Williams Quartet

10th January - Will the real Poseidonios stand up? The History and its recyclage

9th January - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

8th January - Conundrums of cash: wage rhythms, wealth circulation and the ethics of the economy on the Zimbabwean-South African border

7th January - Deserted villages visited - new interdisciplinary approaches

2012

14th December - Silvio Berlusconi and Post-modern Politics

12th December - Modern and Contemporary History seminar

10th December - Workshop 3 - Genre and new technologies

10th-11th December - Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in the Reception of the Ancient World

8th December - Ex Cathedra: Gaudete!

7th December - Birmingham Contemporary Music Group

6th December - Sixth symposium: Making of Modernity

6th December - 'A Ghetto of Voluntary Formation: Israel Zangwill's Whitechapel' and 'The Split Man and the Crowd Master: John Rodker and Wyndham Lewis'

6th December - University Music Society Big Band

5th December - Black Histories, White Audiences: The Federal Theatre Project's Living Newspaper

5th December - CESMA Research Seminar

5th December - Postgraduate Research Seminar

5th December - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

5th December - The Ironbridge Lecture 2012: Who owns, Who knows, Who cares? Legal Milestones on the Trail of Orphaned and Abducted Art

5th December - Utterly Brassed Off

4th December - Raffles Schools (Raffles Institution & Raffles Girls' School)

4th December - Islamic Studies seminar

4th December - Canzonettas in solo guitar anthologies: a possible strategy for reconstructing alfabeto songs

4th December - War Studies Seminar

2nd December - BEAST at 30 (Sunday)

1st December - BEAST at 30 (Saturday)

30th November - (Ex)Changes: Short Fiction in Portugal, the United Kingdom and Ireland (1980-2010)

30th November - The end of the Ottoman Empire as twentieth-century history

30th November - Bramall Festival Public Tour

30th November - Bramall Festival Public Tour

30th November - New Music Ensemble and BEER

29th November - Shakespeare's Magic Books and the East African Explorers

29th November - Text seminar series

29th November - Feeling the Heat: The human cost of poor preparation for climate-related disasters

29th November - Play Out

29th November-1st December - Little Eyolf

28th November - The Function and Viability of Regional Cinemas: Naples, a Case Study

28th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

28th November - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

28th November - Early Modern Literature, Culture, and Society seminar

28th November - The Diversity of Carnival Cultures and their Imported Versions in Post-Unification Berlin

28th November - The Power of Music

27th November - John Ireland: A semi-centenary tribute

27th November - Islamic Studies seminar

27th November - English Language Research Seminar

27th November - Elgar: the Enigma

27th November - Yesterdays slaves: politics of belonging and struggles for citizenship amongst the Gando of Benin

27th November - Maghrebi-French Disidentifications: Queer Performances of Gender, Religion, and Citizenship

27th November - Maghrebi-French Disidentifications: Queer Performances of Gender, Religion, and Citizenship

27th November - War Studies Seminar

27th November - MOSAIC Research Seminar

26th November - Impertinent, clowdy, and darksome speech, or how to do things with words in seventeenth-century natural philosophy

26th November - In conversation: 'Music and Architecture'

25th November - University Music Society Philharmonic Orchestra

24th November - Workshop 2 - Genre, gender and identity

24th November - Birmingham History Day 2012

24th November - First World War Autumn Day School

22nd November - Food and Identity in Shakespeare: The Inflections of Nationality, Gender, Rank and Age

22nd November - Translating for the EU

22nd November - Transnational and local feminisms: The campaign for legal abortion in 1970s Rome and the impact of French and US debates

22nd November - Text seminar series

22nd November - Joshua Reynolds: Portraiture in Action

21st November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

21st November - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

21st November - www.delightedbeauty.org/vvv - Exploring Shakespeare Translations with Digital Tools

20th November - Islamic Studies seminar

20th November - Taking corpus-assisted discourse analysis beyond our discipline

20th November - Property and labour in Faya-Largeau, Northern Chad

20th November - War Studies Seminar

19th November-3rd December - Global Ethics Talks Autumn 2012

17th November - Re-engaging with the First World War - War Studies

17th November - Redcrosse

16th November - New Research in Military History

15th November - Ruling the Court in Shakespeare's Late Tragedies

14th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

14th November - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

14th November - Early Modern Literature, Culture, and Society seminar

13th November - Islamic Studies seminar

13th November - The social relations of 'participatory governance': a corpus-based critical discourse analysis of UK education policy

13th November - Collisions of Sublimities: The Case of Gellert's Geistliche Oden und Lieder (1757)

13th November - War Studies Seminar

13th November - Birmingham and Beyond research seminar

13th November - MOSAIC Research Seminar

12th November - 1939 Revisited

8th November - 'When all the breathers of this world are dead': Posthumous Perspectives in Shakespeare

8th November - Multilingualism in the EU

8th November - Perfection and Modal Accounts of the Intrinsic/Extrinsic Distinction

8th November - American Water: Industry and Contemplation in Mid-Nineteenth Century American Painting

8th November - Text seminar series

7th November - The Future of Fatherhood in 1990s' Hollywood

7th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

7th November - CESMA Research Seminar

7th November - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

7th November - Launch of the Baskerville Society

6th November - Signs of the Times: A Discourse Perspective on Public Signage, Urban Space and the Law

6th November - Famine and post-slavery society in tunduru, Tanzania 1929-1963

6th November - French research seminar

6th-13th November - Islamic Studies seminar

29th October - Biblical Studies Research Day

26th October - Death, Immortality and the Afterlife Public Lecture 2

25th October - Disintegration, 1924

25th October - Literary Translation – a Publisher's and a Translator's View

25th October - Friends of the Centre for West Midlands Research Seminar

25th-27th October - 'Pornography' by Simon Stephens

24th October - A Call for U.S. Leadership: Congressional Activism on Human Rights

24th October - CESMA Research Seminar

24th October - CREMS Annual Lecture

24th October-5th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

23rd October - Islamic Studies seminar

23rd October - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

23rd October - Spoken discourse in the international construction industry

23rd October - Soundscapes of the Global Eighteenth Century from the Sistine Chapel to Canton Harbor

23rd October - Trajectories of activism: contemporary anti-slavery movements (Niger, Mauritania, Mali and the Parisian diaspora)

22nd October - The Fourth Annual Rabbi Tann Memorial Lecture

19th October - The use of scientific evidence in criminal and civil litigation

19th October - Global History at Birmingham

18th October - Demonic Macbeth and the Way We Live Now

17th October - The 2012 US Presidential Election: Who is going to win and why. What will it mean for the next 4 Years?

17th October - Julius Evola and European Neofascism

17th October - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

17th October - Calculating Divas: Caribbean Economic Imaginaries in the Novels of Mayra Santos Febres

17th October - Eric Hopkins Memorial Lecture

17th October-5th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

17th October-5th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

16th October - Islamic Studies seminar

16th October - English Language Research Seminar

16th October - Un barco cargado de...

16th October - African warfare in Bahia and Cuba 1807-1844

15th October - The Fearfulness of Forgiveness in Christina Rossetti's Later Life: A Double Sonnet of Sonnets and John Donne's Holy Sonnets?

13th October - Black Country History Day 2012

11th October - The Adventures of Sir Thomas Browne

11th October - Professor Edith Hall - Why do women in Greek tragedy still speak to us today?

10th October - Birmingham Modern & Contemporary History seminar

10th October - Early Modern Literature, Culture, and Society seminar

9th October - CESMA Research Seminar

9th October - Islamic Studies seminar

9th October - Islamic Studies seminar

9th October - Community and audience on Facebook

9th October - Late medieval tuning theory and performance implication: the case of the chromatic semitone

9th October - Memories of slavery and resistance to the slave trade in Northern Ghana: The kanbon (foreign enslaver) in time and space

8th October - The Mingana Collection and the Ancient Qur'anic Fragments

8th October - Ezra Pound Goes to Venice: Modernism, Fascism, Tourism

6th October - Workshop 1 - Genre: theory, methodology and practice

6th October - Midlands Maidens: Women in the Eighteenth and Early-Nineteenth Century

4th October - 'In their Tables': Hamlet Q1 and its Audience

4th October - Instructing the Prince through Text and Image: the 15th Century Burgundian Prose Romance of Florimont

4th-15th October - Text Seminar Series

3rd October - The Crisis in Syria - a Birmingham Round Table

2nd October - Corpus perspectives on turn-taking in university seminars

2nd October - History, memory and commemoration

1st October - Where Do I Go From Here: Women's Poetry and its Aftermath

27th September - A boy from Stratford, 1769-1916

27th-30th September - Barber Opera - Steffani's Orlando Generoso

26th September - Barber Lunchtime Lecture

26th September - Barber Lunchtime Lecture

26th September - Modern Languages Lecture Series: Inaugural Lecture

26th September - Migration and emancipation in West Africa's labour history: the missing links

26th September-5th November - Postgraduate Research Seminar

25th September - Christian Case for Changing the Law on Assisted Dying

23rd September - Music in the making!

22nd September - History of Art sixth form study day

14th September - Revisiting Churchill's Army: New Directions in the Study of the British Army in the Second World War

13th September - Jazzlines presents Matt Ratcliffe Coda Quartet

4th September - The 'invisible people': Hratin of Mauritania and Southern Morocco

19th-21st August - Stockhausen A Festival of Light

3rd-5th August - Command, Control and Communications: The British Expeditionary Force on the Western Front 1914-1918

21st July - Enjoy some BEER at SUMMERsupper

17th-21st July - DAAD German Studies Summer School

13th July - Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival II

6th July - Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival I

4th July - BEER with Julian Rohrhuber

23rd June - The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter: Past Present and Future

23rd June - Summer Day School 2012: The Military Lessons of the Great war 1918-1940

23rd June - The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter: Past Present and Future

23rd-24th June - The Robert William and Florence Amy Brant International Pianoforte Competition 2012

22nd June - Gendering impegno in modern Italian culture

14th June - Big Band

13th June - Chamber Ensembles and Choir

11th-15th June - Postgraduate production

10th June - The Greeks 13 – Sex

10th June - The Greeks 12 – Drama

10th June - Cider

10th June - Music at University Community Day

10th June - How The Light Gets In

9th June - New Directions in Catholic Reformation Research

8th June - Society for Italian Studies Postgraduate Colloquium 2012

8th June - The Good Life: Theory and Practice

8th-10th June - Summer Festival Opera - Benjamin Britten's Paul Bunyan

7th June - Shakespeare 2: Tragedy

6th June - Biblical Texts and Reception History: retrospect and prospects

6th June - The Vernon Manuscript - An e-Reader on Parchment

6th June - Professor Geza Vermes

1st June - Playwrights' workshop

1st June - Continuity & Rupture with the Habsburg Regime, 1914–Today

24th-25th May - Independent Practical Projects

24th-26th May - 5x5 at the MAC

18th-19th May - South Africa Retrospection, Introspection, Extraversion

16th May - Birmingham Centre for Modern and Contemporary History Annual Lecture

15th May - Discovering the Vernon Manuscript: Secrets of a Literary Hoard Revealed

11th May - Roles: 2nd Interdisciplinary Gender and Sexuality Postgraduate Colloquium

9th May - Sinclair Lecture 2012: Professor Ruth Wodak

9th May - An evening with Owen Jones

3rd May - Noisefloor Festival

27th April - How a novel evolves, and other stories

25th April - Substance Dualism: Public lecture

19th-20th April - Politics, performance and popular culture in nineteenth century Britain

31st March-2nd September - Style Africa - Celebrating the Textile Heritage of West Africa

30th March-1st April - The Emergence of the West Midlands: Culture, Communities and Change 1779-1918

30th March-1st April - The Emergence of the West Midlands: Culture, Communities and Change 1779-1918

26th-27th March - Collapsing Europe?

26th-27th March - After the 'New Art History'

23rd March - Final Year Recitalists

22nd March - Dennis Nurkse

21st March - Fourth symposium: Making of Modernity

21st March - Power and Powerlessness: Africa's Capital Cities

20th March - Kippur

18th March - University Choir and Philharmonic Orchestra

16th March - Final Year Recitalists

15th-17th March - Playhouse Creatures

14th March - David Pyatt, Lucy Gould and Leon McCawley

11th March - Symphony Orchestra

9th March - 'From Paris to New York: Ravel and Gershwin for Violin and Piano'

9th March - Chamber Choir

6th-8th March - Lemon Tree

4th March - Saxophone Ensemble

3rd March - War Studies Spring Day School

3rd March - War Studies Spring Day School

3rd March - Wind Band and Brass Band

2nd March - University Chamber Orchestra

29th February - Natalie Clein and Alasdair Beatson

24th February - Middle East Symposium

24th February - Early Music Ensembles

21st February - Biblical Studies Research Day

17th February - Holly Cook and Yukiko Shinohara

14th February - 'When Love's Soft Passion'

13th-18th February - University community project to help young adults express their dreams

10th February - University Music Scholars

10th February - Rush Hour Blues

9th-11th February - Dostoyevsky's Heroines

8th February - Applicant Visit Day: Philosophy, Religion and Ethics VV56

8th February - Richard Goode

4th February - University Music Society Chamber Ensembles

3rd February - Birmingham University Singers

30th January - On Preferring Gods Non-existence: Seminar

27th January - Rosa Campos Fernandez and Pei Chun Liao

23rd January - DASA seminars

20th January - Barber Lunchtime Concert - Jayson Gillham

13th January - Kenneth Hamilton: 'At the piano with Brahms'