Natalia Karolewska, a BA English student, completed her year abroad in Barcelona, Spain. She shares her journey including the challenges and successes, highlighting the benefits of going on a year abroad.
This week BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council announced the finalists for its yearly New Generation Thinkers scheme.
Forty years ago, in June 1981, the first five cases of what later became known as AIDS were reported in the United States.
Birmingham Centre for Art Therapies have worked with communities across Birmingham to create a new exhibition titled: "the strawberry grows underneath the nettle", a title inspired by a quote from Henry V.
Feminist retellings can rewrite male-authored classic works to reflect the experience of women across time and support equal representation in how classic tales are read today.
Dr Sebastian Mitchell delivering the latest Arts Matters talk.
Dr Asha Rogers asks whether a historical perspective on state literary support strengthens the case to "bring the state back in" today.
This talk explores the value of understanding Britain's relationship to its coasts, shores, and beaches via the nation's own gothic literary tradition.
Report and video of the event.
Third year Drama and Theatre Arts student, Emma, shares her experience of her Experience Arts internship at The Birmingham Rep
Shakespeare Institute faculty and PhD students were extensively involved in this year's virtual World Shakespeare Congress, hosted by the University of Singapore.
Professor Michael Dobson joins the board as one of the trustees that make up the charity's governing body.