PhD English Literature student Ellen Addis provides five reasons to study a PhD in English Literature at the University of Birmingham
If language is the same, is cultural really that different? Jasper Watkin's explores the differences between life in the UK and the US, and how his time abroad has made him appreciate what makes us unique.
MA Literature and Culture student Niamh Lawlor provides five reasons to study a Masters in English Literature at the University of Birmingham
Oliver Wimbush plans to soon head off to San Fransisco State University after making the decision to invert his year abroad. With the challenges of COVID, Oliver walks you through the application process step by step.
14 Drama and Theatre Arts participated in a 3-day online workshop, led by RSC Director Owen Horsley.
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.
Katrina Crouch, a BA English student, completed her placement at Cosimo Art as a Content Marketing Lead. She shares her journey from application to completion highlighting the benefits of the Professional Skills Module.
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.
Vernacular English is seen as a tool for those in charge to reach the people, not as a medium for the fundamental processes of political decision-making itself.
Feminist retellings can rewrite male-authored classic works to reflect the experience of women and support equal representation in how classic tales are read.