College of Arts and Law

Undergraduate study

Delivering high quality programmes underpinned by inter-professional learning.

Postgraduate study

We encourage creative thinking at Masters and Doctoral levels, via different modes of study.

Research

Links to research centres, department research and our latest research awards.

NEWS

How can the works of Shakespeare help to improve the lives of disadvantaged social groups?

How can the works of Shakespeare help to improve the lives of disadvantaged social groups?
Description
Shakespeare Institute PhD student Rowan Mackenzie discusses her work in applied Shakespeare, particularly her own organisation Shakespeare Unbard.

The Epistemic Innocence of Irrational Beliefs

The Epistemic Innocence of Irrational Beliefs
Description
Virtual launch for Lisa Bortolotti's book published by Oxford University Press.

£2.15 million global research to look into fundamental issues concerning religious concepts and beliefs

£2.15 million global research to look into fundamental issues concerning religious concepts and beliefs
Description
£2.15 million from the John Templeton Foundation and the Dynamic Investment Fund (DIF) will look into global research concerning religious concepts and beliefs.

EVENTS

Page Breaks: Is Wrestling Art?

Page Breaks: Is Wrestling Art?
Date
11/06/2020 - 20/07/2020
Description
Zoom talk: How should we think about the narratives of pro wrestling? How important are considerations of justice? And mostly: is wrestling art?

Postgraduate Offer Holder Day - College of Arts and Law

Postgraduate Offer Holder Day - College of Arts and Law
Date
08/07/2020
Description
Postgraduate Offer Holder Day for the College of Arts and Law. Join us on 8 July 2020 to speak to staff and students from across the College about studying at the University of Birmingham

Patients not passports

Patients not passports
Date
09/07/2020
Description
Centre for Health Law Science and Policy "Zoom" seminar given by Hannah Ellis and Yajur Arora who are medical students here at the University of Birmingham and members of the group UoB Doc Not Cops.
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Everything to Everybody

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