The British Academy has issued a joint statement warning that the pandemic should serve as a wakeup call on language learning decline across the English speaking world. Professor Dagmar Divjak shares her thoughts.
PhD Modern Languages student, Ciela Shiyu He, was invited to form part of the panel during our recent annual China Institute Li Siguang lecture, delivered by veteran journalist and media owner, Kevin Sui.
AHRC-funded studentships are now available for 2021 entry through the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership
Regional museums and galleries are key to maintaining vibrant cultural economies during this COVID19 crisis
Why teach Holocaust education across the curriculum? And what role can testimony play in such an approach? These questions were the subject of a CPD webinar organised by Professor Sara Jones in October 2020.
The Department is delighted to share news of student success stories for the academic year 2020-21 thus far, adding to the illustrious graduate list of the distinguished conducting provision offered by the University.
The M4C competition has opened. Successful applicants will receive 3.5 years funding for a full-time Open Doctoral Award, as well as access to a diverse range of training courses.
Jutta's project has now been advertised on the Midlands4Cities website. Potential applicants are encouraged.
On 15th March 2019, Professor Rebecca Ruth Gould delivered a lecture about her ERC-funded project Global Literary Theory at the India International Centre, New Delhi.
This month we returned to in-person music-making for the first time since the lockdown in March, a month which saw the cancellation of concerts for professional and amateur musicians across the country.
University of Birmingham partner project Midlands Art Papers explores representations of gender and sexuality in British art
Essay by Professor Rebecca Gould which was awarded runner-up the 2020 Beechmore Books Arts Journalism Competition.