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

Dr Rona Cran wins Research Networking grant

Dr Rona Cran wins Research Networking grant
Description
Dr Rona Cran has been awarded a Research Networking Grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, to enable her to launch the new Network for New York School Studies

University Music return to music-making during the age of COVID-19

University Music return to music-making during the age of COVID-19
Description
This month we returned to in-person music-making for the first time since the lockdown in March, a month which saw the cancellation of concerts for professional and amateur musicians across the country.

Bodo Winter awarded Future Leaders Fellowship of over £1million

Bodo Winter awarded Future Leaders Fellowship of over £1million
Description
Dr Winter is a Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Linguistics. His research will involve the construction and analysis of large multimodal corpora to explore ways of combating innumeracy, the numerical equivalent of illiteracy

EVENTS

"Seeing Like an Enclave": Topographies of Power in Maputo, Mozambique

"Seeing Like an Enclave": Topographies of Power in Maputo, Mozambique
Date
21/10/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Dr Jason Sumich, University of Essex

Perfection on Social Media & "The Instagram Face" with Melissa Seley

Perfection on Social Media & "The Instagram Face" with Melissa Seley
Date
21/10/2020
Description
A video series of Instagram Lives taking place this autumn as part of the #everydaylookism campaign, asking us to take looks-based discrimination (lookism) seriously and specifically to put an end to body shaming.

Systems: our first Digital Cultures Reading Group for the academic year 2020-21

Systems: our first Digital Cultures Reading Group for the academic year 2020-21
Date
22/10/2020
Description
Our first Digital Cultures reading group for the new academic year will consider "Systems", a story by Charles Yu published as part of the New York Times Decameron Project (2020).
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Everything to Everybody

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