The College of Arts & Law has been awarded a total of three highly prestigious Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowships.
In this post, Mary Hind-Portley comments on Dickens's Christmas Carol with a focus on its religious elements.
Recording of the Arts of Place network 'Monday Conversation' that took place on 26 October where Tim Dee, Michael Malay, and Liam Olds joined us to talk about landscape, locality, and what we make of our surroundings
An online conference in collaboration with the Russian Shakespeare Centre.
The National Literacy Trust and the University of Birmingham are launching a story writing competition for students aged 9-14, inviting them to write about their heroes.
AHRC-funded studentships are now available for 2021 entry through the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership
Why teach Holocaust education across the curriculum? And what role can testimony play in such an approach? These questions were the subject of a CPD webinar organised by Professor Sara Jones in October 2020.
Michell Chresfield, Lecturer in US History on the ACS programme discussed the 2020 election and what comes next as part of the Belfast International Arts Festival.
The discussion featured a panelist of academics from across the university.
Professor John Holmes has been working closely with the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and international partners to bring the sciences, arts and humanities together in natural history museums.
The Royal Shakespeare Company are working with students at the University of Birmingham on an online project, to help them continue their studies through the pandemic.
Neither the sciences nor the humanities can get us to this future by themselves, but working together they can, quite literally, save us.