Keynote speaker at the first Computer-Assisted Literary Translation Conference.
Are we equipped adequately to conceptualise what 'decolonisation' means in the European metropoles?
Forty years ago, in June 1981, the first five cases of what later became known as AIDS were reported in the United States.
Pongtorn Techaboonakho, a recent graduate from the MA Music programme, has been awarded a prestigious prize in the Young Thai Artist Award.
Elsa Jaeyoung Park, an MA Music alumni,, has won an award from the Coastal Futures Ecoacoustic Music Competition for the piece Encroaching
Michael Zev Gordon has been nominated for the prestigious Ivors Composer Awards 2021 for his song cycle Baruch - Ten Propositions of Baruch Spinoza for Tenor and Piano.
Staff and students are shocked and saddened by the passing of Dr Jutta Vinzent Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Art History, Curating and Visual Studies
Dr Berny Sèbe, a Senior Lecturer in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies in the Department of Modern Languages, will be in France next week to deliver two papers based on his research.
Dr Hilary Brown was invited to give a workshop on 'Gender and Early Modern Translation' at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.
The IGES has been successful in securing further funding from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) for Promoting German Studies in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Birmingham's Dr John Goodyear presents a flagship German TV documentary celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of Lower Saxony
A New collection of 24 scholarly articles on Mary, last duchess of Burgundy, co-edited by Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange, covering topics such as Mary's involvement in politics, patronage and lots more has been released.