Professor Nicholas Crowson has received a Major Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust to turn his unique research into a ground-breaking book.
Dr Klaus Richter has won an AHRC-DFG award for a project on how changes in land ownership have affected the way people conceive of themselves across the Baltics
Dr Alexander Cannon will lead a five-year research programme investigating how playing music could increase farmers’ uptake of new technologies.
Professor Andrew Kirkman won the Early Music Award of the American Musicological Society for his book 'Music & Musicians at the Collegiate Church of St Omer.'
The Pro Bono Group won the award at this year's Tackling Economic Crime Awards for it's series of public information films with the specialist fraud firm Tenet.
Dr Christopher Haworth recently won the best paper award at the International Computer Music Conference 2023, in Shenzen, China.
An ESRC-funded project will explore how stories told by social media influencers can impact young people as they gain awareness of challenges in mental health.
University of Birmingham experts will collaborate on researching policy for reproductive health provision, as part of a new Policy Research Unit.
University of Birmingham Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy.
This project will develop a collaborative account of how the queer electronic music communities of Berlin have responded to the impact of COVID-19.
University of Birmingham's Dr Caroline Radcliffe, Reader in Drama and Performance, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Dr Meghan Campbell has been awarded a Fellowship to examine a significant but overlooked gap in legal efforts to achieve women's equality.