Professor Karen Harvey, Professorial Fellow and Professor of Cultural History, uses 18th century letters to explore experiences of embodiment.
Tumbling numbers of people identifying as Christian should be no surprise, says Dr Michala Hulme.
Professor Douglas Kerr spoke at the Centre for Modernist Cultures in November on Orwell’s response to the life and politics of anti-colonial campaigner Gandhi.
Our Law students share their experiences on their month-long internships in St Lucia.
Exciting new degree programmes have launched in Law, English and History at the University’s campuses in Birmingham and Dubai.
Alumna Shermara Fletcher (BA Drama and English Literature) was one of the faith leaders who spoke at HM The Queen’s funeral. She reflects on her recent visit.
Birmingham's Dr Haifaa Jawad writes for the LSE Religion and Global Society interdisciplinary blog.
We spoke to renowned violinist Jennifer Pike about a special concert combining Indian and Western classical music traditions
A panel of academics reflected on collaborative public history: history that is made with and by, as well as for, the public.
We met with Dr Alex Mayhew, our new Assistant Professor in the Department of History, to talk about his teaching, his research and his academic background.
Professor Uekötter talked to the Guardian about sustainable food production.
Birmingham Law School's Dr Sam Fairclough writes for the BLS Research blog about building resilience in criminal trials through special measures.