The Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology and the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham are delighted to announce our autumn research seminar series.
The BRIHC Seminar Series consists of academic talks from world-leading researchers. It runs across the academic year and reflects the whole scope of scholarly fields represented in the School of History and Cultures.
PhD Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology student Hebe Barlow talks about her favourite things on the University of Birmingham campus, including events, societies and sports clubs.
Entitled Addressing the climate challenge, the report is the work of nearly 100 contributors spread across five continents – all led by academics from the UoB
Ancient History and Archaeology student John Mitchell tells us about his preparations for starting his MRes Archaeology course
Matt Cole writes for the Birmingham Perspective
We are saddened to learn of the death of Professor Andrew Barker, Professor Emeritus of Classics, last week at the age of 78.
Dr Steve Hewitt writes for the Birmingham Perspective
Ellen Addis, Midlands 4 Cities PhD student, watched top researchers from the University of Birmingham's as they took to the screen in this year's Hay Festival to lead talks and debates showcasing their research.
Peat and peatlands have received considerable coverage in the media in recent months and remain in focus due to the positive contributions they make to climate change challenges at the heart of COP26.
Klaus richter writes for the Birmingham Perspective.
Professor Sabine Lee's project Children Born of War (CHIBOW) has been awarded this year's Ralf Dahrendorf Prize for European research by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).