The College of Arts and Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2022 QS World Rankings.
Listen to the a lively roundtable discussion.
Olivia Robinson's new book published by Brepols Publishers.
Hundreds of handwritten pamphlets detailing the news, politics, intrigue and scandals of pre-Civil War Britain are now at academics, history buffs, teachers and students' fingertips thanks to a project led by University of Birmingham historian Dr Noah Millstone.
We are now ranked 70 in the subject ranking for arts and humanities, which covers art, performing arts, design, languages, literature, linguistics, history, philosophy, theology, architecture and archaeology.
Eight leading universities in the Midlands are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Recent changes to the Shakespeare New Place house model have been spearheaded by period interpreter Phil Watson, the designer of the new vinyl adhesives that have been added.
CREMS researchers are actively participating in a range of knowledge exchange and public engagement activities hosted by the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement.
Before the outbreak of the Civil War in 1642, England developed a large, influential and often radical pamphlet literature. Speeches, learned briefs, and scaffold apologies joined character assassinations, secret histories and conspiracy theories in a jumbled literary underground. Our two-day interdisciplinary conference will explore the scope and significance of this literature, considering both the scale and significance of scribal production in a period of political, religious and social turmoil.
Charles H. Byrd II has just completed his Ph.D. in History and Religion at Birmingham
October 2017 was a fantastic month for CREMS publications
New Court of Chivalry research project website and database.