This conference will explore the relationship between land and ocean in the Early Modern period (c.1500 to c.1800).
We met with Dr Imogen Peck, Assistant Professor in British History, to talk about her teaching, her research and her academic background.
Dr Willis, Associate Professor in Early Modern History to speak on ‘Making Martyrs in Elizabethan England’ at the Harvington Hall History Festival, on 26 July.
Panel on 26 April discussed the ways in which judgment was refined, exercised and practiced in Early Modern Europe.
On Wednesday 19 April BRIHC hosted a series of PhD students and professional archivists who discussed future directions in West Midlands History.
The conference will explore the relationship between land and ocean in the Early Modern period (c.1500 to c.1800)
The Maternal Bodies Network is holding an interdisciplinary one-day symposium on 15 June exploring historical and contemporary debates about maternal bodies
The College of Arts & Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2023 QS World University Rankings.
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.