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NEWS

The Story behind NikNak’s Sankofa

A stylised image of NikNak in front of a turntable with a red and yellow image behind her, casting a red glow to the image

We spoke with multi-disciplinary artist and producer NikNak who will be performing their new album Sankofa at BEASTdome this weekend.

One Minute Movie Competition 2023

A duel, with bananas, in front of Old Joe, the University of Birmingham clock tower

The Dept of Film and Creative Writing is pleased to announce its One Minute Movie Competition, open to all University of Birmingham students, staff and alumni.

J. A. Hawgood Travel Award 2022

Bramall Music Building, on a bright sunny day.

Recipient Emily Vincent undertook an archival research visit to the Florence Marryat Collection at Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

New Year Gifts

Gift giving

The wrapping paper has gone out for recycling; plans for the term are being made. Here we are at the hinge of the year, setting out again.

Justice as Recognition

Dr Synda Obaji

Dr Synda Obaji writes for the BLS Research Blog on why the participation of rural African women in environmental decision-making matters.

Enjoying one’s Middle Ages!

LEGO - Lion Knights' Castle (https://www.lego.com/en-pt/product/lion-knights-castle-10305)

Dr Chris Callow explores the connections between the medieval past, the public perception of the past, and Birmingham’s undergraduate History programmes.

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EVENTS

How do we now write histories of the exclusion of South Asians from Uganda and their diaspora?

How do we now write histories of the exclusion of South Asians from Uganda and their diaspora?
Date
08/02/2023
Description
Saima Nasar (Bristol) and Becky Taylor (UEA)

Nunc Roma est, nuper magna taberna fuit. Retail trade, the occupation of public space and the senses in the Roman World'

Nunc Roma est, nuper magna taberna fuit. Retail trade, the occupation of public space and the senses in the Roman World'
Date
08/02/2023
Description
Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology Seminar given by Riccardo Olivito (Scuola IMT Alti Studi Lucca)

On A Knife Edge: How Germany Lost the First World War

On A Knife Edge: How Germany Lost the First World War
Date
08/02/2023
Description
War Studies Seminar given by Adam Storring
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Everything to Everybody

A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library