Members of Birmingham’s Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing are presenting at the SBL Annual Meeting in Denver this week.
The Shakespeare Institute is delighted to announce the award of two new Fellowships for deserving research students.
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing is featured in Birmingham's current exhibition of Research and Innovation.
Alex Wright, an MA TESOL student studying on our Distance Learning Programme, has achieve a Special Commendation by the British Council for his dissertation.
Andrew Patton won the Michael O’Rourke postgraduate publication prize and Gabriël Oberholzer was named People’s Choice Runner-up in the Images of Research.
Distance Learning programmes at the University of Birmingham have allowed students globally to continue their higher education. Amsaa, MA Translation Studies, shares her top tips for studying a Distance Learning course.
MA Shakespeare and Creativity students from the Shakespeare Institute performed in Stratford as part of their postgraduate Shakespeare in Society Module.
New Institute of European Law Working Paper
In the latest blogpost on BLS research blog, Dr Mariela de Amstalden discusses the prospects of regulation of lab-grown food and related matters of trademark litigation.
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)
Report of the Institute of European Law Annual Lecture 2021.
In the latest blogpost on BLS research blog, Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili comments on the discussion of "legalism" and realism in a recent debate between professors John Mearsheimer and Mary Ellen O'Connell.