An old suitcase filled with letters and photographs has inspired an exhibition on what life was like for children in Manchester in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Restrictive abortion law neither stops abortion nor alleviates women’s need for it, but exposes people to dangers associated with seeking unlawful abortion.
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the recently published bill on human rights
In a recent interview with Der Spiegel, Professor Uekotter discusses calls for Germany to return to nuclear power.
Birmingham Law School's John Tingle writes about the NHS concept of patient safety "never events"
On Monday 14 June, Professor Uekotter discussed the environmental impact of war in an impromptu radio interview on SRF, the Swiss national radio company.
EDACS academic Dr West was invited to share her research on BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking in an episode on Bloomsday, Dalloway Day and 1922.
Latest work by Birmingham Law School expert in international law is available this month (June 2022) in paperback from Edward Elgar.
Dr Silvana Tapia Tapia (Birmingham Law School) discusses her research and new monograph on feminism and sexual violence.
Watch the Shakespeare Institute's Professor Tiffany Stern present her inaugural lecture, recorded 9 May 2022 at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon.
We are delighted to announce that an audio-visual dissertation by an MA Film and Television: Research and Production student has won a Learning on Screen Award.
Looking at new ways of thinking about support for survivors of conflict-related sexual