Dr Katharina Karcher, Lecturer in German in the Department of Modern Languages, has been awarded a €1.4m grant from the European Research Council.
Dr Christopher Haworth has been awarded an AHRC Leadership Fellowship for the project Music and the Internet: Towards a Digital Sociology of Music, 2019-2021.
Mark Ferguson (Department of Music) has recorded one of the rarest bees - the great yellow bumblebee - in its natural habitat. We caught up with him following the recordings being played on BBC Radio 4 earlier this week.
Exhibition Opening at Centrala Exhibition Opening at Romanian Cultural Institute in London
Dr Kayvan Tahmasebian (Department of Modern Languages) has been awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship to examine the influence of translation on deep structures of modern Persian literary criticism.
As the University starts a new academic year, delve into a diverse array of musical experiences this autumn.
University of Birmingham Voices were pleased to perform this month as part of the BBC Proms Youth Choir at the largest classical music festival in the world – the BBC Proms.
A University of Birmingham expert made the 630-mile journey from the West Midlands to northern Germany to see the unveiling of a public sign about his research into an abandoned British army theatre and cinema.
Dr Calindro, from the Department of Linguistics and Philology, UFRJ, is spending two months at the Department of Modern Languages collaborating with Dr Alice Corr as part of Birmingham's Brazil Visiting Fellow Scheme.
University Women's Choir are pleased to welcome the young upcoming choral conductor, Jack Apperley, as their new Chorus Master for the 2019/20 academic year.
Article published by Dr Fernando Gómez Herrero
Kate Nichols curates exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.