How historically accurate is the BAFTA Award winning and Oscar nominated All Quiet on the Western Front? We asked First World War historian, Dr Jonathan Boff.
Emeritus Professor Hugh McLeod writes for The Conversation
Emily tells us about her time at the University of Birmingham including her favourite modules and the reasons she decided to study History.
Reshuffles are about policy, personnel and politics, and the PM is under siege in all three areas, says politics expert Dr Matt Cole.
Dr Chris Callow explores the connections between the medieval past, the public perception of the past, and Birmingham’s undergraduate History programmes.
Professor Karen Harvey, Professorial Fellow and Professor of Cultural History, uses 18th century letters to explore experiences of embodiment.
We met with Dr Alex Mayhew, our new Assistant Professor in the Department of History, to talk about his teaching, his research and his academic background.
Exciting new degree programmes have launched in Law, English and History at the University’s campuses in Birmingham and Dubai.
A panel of academics reflected on collaborative public history: history that is made with and by, as well as for, the public.
Professor Uekötter talked to the Guardian about sustainable food production.
Frank Uekötter is Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Birmingham and he discussed his work on monocultures with Sebastian Garcia.
The UK has the largest video game sector in Europe and is becoming one of the UK’s fasted growing creative sectors.