In a world that needs greater understanding between peoples and cultures, Modern Languages at Birmingham will give you something to say.
09 June 2020
Maria Roca Lizarazu, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the Department of Modern Languages, has published a number of outputs on contemporary German Jewish literature and culture.
04 June 2020
Two new sets of guidance for practitioners seeking to work with witness accounts in different contexts have been launched by Professor Sara Jones.
03 June 2020
GlobalLit is an ERC-funded project that aims to reinvigorate the discipline of literary studies by looking at non-European approaches and focusing on texts from Islamic cultures.
27 May 2020
Elystan Griffiths' monograph published by Boydell & Brewer.
10 February 2020
John Goodyear was interviewed on Bremen Zwei Radio about his Anglo-German life and touched on the world of academia post-Brexit.
31 January 2020
Professor Sara Jones in the Guardian
29 January 2020
Dr Alice Corr and Dr Norma Schifano have been awarded £8,000 from the AHRC/OWRI initiative Language Acts and Worldmaking for the project 'Tackling the UK's languages crisis: a role for linguistics in schools'.
28 January 2020
Dr Petar Milin and Professor Dagmar Divjak have been awarded the internal "High-risk, High-reward" grant for CAL for the project "Making the most of what meets the eye(s): Optimizing reading in a foreign language".
27 January 2020
Professor Sara Jones writes for The Conversation.
19 December 2019
Novel inspired by workshop facilitated by Dr Anissa Daoudi, shares "counter-histories" of Algeria Civil War
04 December 2019
The University of Birmingham is delighted to announce a new partnership with Oxford Lieder
12 November 2019
Charlotte Ross seminar at the University of Trento, Italy.
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The College of Arts and Law is placed 67th in the Times Higher Education 2022 rankings, making it one of the best places for study and research in this field globally.
A University of Birmingham expert is joining forces with British Army and the Bundeswehr to help strengthen bonds between German and British soldiers