A powerful film charting the experiences of children born of sexual violence during the conflict in Northern Uganda is premiering at the Barbican, London.
A June 2022 Birmingham Research Institute for History and Cultures (BRIHC) workshop, organised by Kate Skinner and Simon Yarrow.
Seminar Series on Interpretations and Representations of Breastfeeding and Infant Feeding in Pre-Modern Cultures
The annual Midlands Eighteenth-Century Research Network meeting was held at the University of Birmingham in May 2022
An old suitcase filled with letters and photographs has inspired an exhibition on what life was like for children in Manchester in the 19th and 20th centuries.
In a recent interview with Der Spiegel, Professor Uekotter discusses calls for Germany to return to nuclear power.
On Monday 14 June, Professor Uekotter discussed the environmental impact of war in an impromptu radio interview on SRF, the Swiss national radio company.
Juanita Cox , Michael Dawson, Kate Nichols and Verity Postlethwaite discuss the meaning(s) of the Commonwealth Games through time.
As Spaghetti Junction turns 50 it remains an important symbol of Birmingham’s journey through the last half-century.
For a degree centred on the past, History creates the ultimate graduate for uncertain futures but what is history for?
The College of Arts and Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2022 QS World Rankings.
A new BBC Radio 4 play, based on Professor Nick Crowsons research into homelessness, discovers the stories of those criminalised for being homeless.