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.
This project will take a closer look at the cultural importance of Shakespeare in China and the translation of its religious materials.
This project will investigate and archive the ways in which writers in Latin America responded to the Covid-19 pandemic through social media.
This new project will explore why urban development correlates with deepening inequalities and who is responsible for those inequalities.
ITSEE will be a partner in an €800,000 joint Anglo-German project on the Earliest Translations of the Pauline Epistles.
Dr Maria Witek has been awarded an AHRC development and engagement fellowship for her project entitled 'Embodied timing and disability in DJ practice', running from February 2022 to July 2023.
The project (March 2022-March 2024) aims at investigating the varieties of Spanish spoken by the Latin Americans of London
Professor Sabine Lee's project Children Born of War (CHIBOW) has been awarded this year's Ralf Dahrendorf Prize for European research by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
Two researchers in the College of Arts and Law have been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship. Each fellowship will commence in early 2022, and take place over three years.
A system that will enable musicians to play alone, but as if part of a live ensemble, is being developed at the University of Birmingham.
Professor Sara Jones, Dr Charlotte Galpin (University of Birmingham) and Dr Jenny Wüstenberg (Nottingham Trent University) have received a grant of £935k from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.