Dr Rose Whyman has just published a translation of Biomechanics for Instructors by N.A. Bernstein, and a chapter in The Palgrave Handbook of the History of Women on Stage
Second year Drama and Theatre Arts international student Misha recently completed her exciting Virtual Experience Arts Internship with BE Festival.
Dr Catriona Fallow, part of the research team of the AHRC funded Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies project, are pleased to announce the launch of an extensive online database.
Latest volume of the interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, edited by English Literature doctoral researchers Liam Knight and Jayde Martin.
Charlie Bannocks (MA Shakespeare and Creativity) shares her love of A Midsummer Night's Dream - from her own experience of directing productions in Russia to puppets.
Dr Ruth Gilligan shares her writing advice in the National Literacy Trust's newly launched Birmingham Stories campaign
This year the Shakespeare Institute has moved its annual Play Reading Marathon online. Dr Martin Wiggins discusses the benefits of going global.
As part of her dissertation, MA Shakespeare and Creativity student, Charlotte Bannocks, has been working hard to make Shakespeare accessible to family audiences by creating three short films, using puppets.
Reading and watching recommendations from the University of Birmingham Department of Drama and Theatre Arts.
Rona Cran discusses various aspects of the poetry of New York City, including friendship, resistance and space, and how New York's poetry has evolved over time in light of social and economic changes in the city.
The Shakespeare Institute's continuing research collaboration with Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan's premier university in Shakespeare studies, has this week passed two milestones.
A new study by Dagmar Divjak and Petar Milin in the journal Cognitive Science.