The annual University Music 'Summer Festival of Music' - the highlight of the summer for musicians at the University of Birmingham – was held 12-19 June. Videos of the performances are now available online.
"Sing Around The gloBe" brought together over 20 choirs from across the world to celebrate friendship and singing together in time of crisis.
Jez Collins (Birmingham Music Archive) and Professor Andrew Kirkman write about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the performing arts for World Music Day
Undergraduate voice students, Molly O'Toole and Henry Saywell have gained places in Genesis Sixteen, The Sixteen's prestigious training programme
Professor Rebecca Gould and Dr Kayvan Tahmasebian edit an accessible, diverse and ground-breaking overview of literary, cultural, and political translation across a range of activist contexts.
Our MA Art History and Curating students discussing completing their courses during Lockdown.
'But the BLM protests showed that Colston's weighty legacy was less substantial than we had imagined: Rebecca Gould writes for the London Review of Books on Bringing Colston Down.
A new study by Dagmar Divjak and Petar Milin in the journal Cognitive Science.
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.
Petar Milin will be one of the four Editors-in-Chief for Elsevier's new edition (3rd).
Two new sets of guidance for practitioners seeking to work with witness accounts in different contexts have been launched by Professor Sara Jones.
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.