The latest edition of Professor Nelson Enonchong’s book has just been published by Sweet & Maxwell.
Today sees the publication of two volumes in the prestigious Oxford Handbook series featuring University of Birmingham academics, with a third following soon.
The volume of papers from the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium, edited by four postgraduate students in ITSEE, has now appeared in print and open access.
The University of Birmingham has been awarded a gold (one of the highest awards), at this year’s Engage Watermark Awards.
Children fathered by United Nations Peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) grow up in deepened poverty, and with a poorer sense of self.
Without firm commitments to regulate and enforce the Nolan principles, their invocation by leadership hopefuls represents only the payment of lip service.
Latest work by Birmingham Law School expert in international law is available this month (June 2022) in paperback from Edward Elgar.
Isabelle Lloyd, a BA History student explores the unique study destination of Prague, Czech Republic. This unusual choice has offer her once in a lifetime opportunities and endless stories to tell.
Emeritus Professor Dimitris Tziovas has been longlisted for the prestigious Runciman Award.
This week sees the publication of articles in leading academic journals by two doctoral researchers on the CATENA project, Emanuele Scieri (on the Catenae on Acts) and Andrew Patton (on the Western Order of the Gospels)