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07 June 2022
Dr Walters Nsoh, Associate Professor in Law at Birmingham, discusses nature conservation in relation to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
06 June 2022
Juanita Cox , Michael Dawson, Kate Nichols and Verity Postlethwaite discuss the meaning(s) of the Commonwealth Games through time.
31 May 2022
Are you an artist or poet interested in the philosophical problem of evil? The Global Philosophy of Religion project seeks submissions for a December exhibition
Eugenia successfully completed her PhD at Birmingham in October 2021, and has just been appointed to a postdoctoral position in Italy.
30 May 2022
Birmingham Law School's John Tingle looks at issues related to clinical negligence compensation and the NHS.
25 May 2022
As Spaghetti Junction turns 50 it remains an important symbol of Birmingham’s journey through the last half-century.
23 May 2022
John Tingle discusses issues relating to maternity care in England.
19 May 2022
The the UK is not the first country to pursue such off-shoring of its responsibilities towards those seeking refuge
13 May 2022
Birmingham University Singers were pleased to perform The Pear Tree Carol as part of their Autumn programme this academic year.
11 May 2022
Dr Emma West will give a paper based on her postdoctoral research at this year’s British Association for Modernist Studies Conference, to be held in June.
10 May 2022
Professor Martin Trybus has been appointed Chairman of the European Space Agency Procurement Review Board after a unanimous vote of all members of the Board.
This is only one of many new sites and unexpected patterns of prehistoric activity detected at Stonehenge by the Ghent-Birmingham research team
A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library