Professor Frank Uekötter, Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Birmingham, presents the latest in a series of Contemporary History Interventions. Topics covered include the EU, German Federal Elections of 1961 and 2021, Jacques Delors, Margaret Thatcher, and the…

Heritage tours of The Exchange

September 30, 2021 PR Team

Curious to know a bit more about the history of our newly-opened space in Birmingham city centre? Doctoral researcher, Justine Pick, gives a taste of what you can expect during her heritage tours of The Exchange. Why not join us…

Interested in studying History and politics? Join Dr. Thomas Brodie, Lecturer in 20th Century European History and History student Gabriella to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham. 00:00…

Interested in studying Ancient and Medieval History? Join Dr William Purkis, Reader in Medieval History student Matt to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham. 00:00 Intro 00:56 What…

Interested in studying History? Join Dr David Gange, Senior Lecturer in History and first-year student Gabriella to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham. 00:00 Intro 00:42 Sarah Vowell…

Interested in studying Archaeology and Anthropology? Join Professor Henry Chapman, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Philosophy student Evadne to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham. 00:00 Intro 00:56…

Interested in studying Classics? Join Dr Theodorakopoulos, Senior Lecturer in Classics and student Libby to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham. 00:00 Intro 02:01 Our degree courses 03:52…

The Imposteress Rabbit Breeder

June 23, 2021 PR Team

In October 1726, newspapers began reporting a remarkable event. In the town of Godalming in Surrey, a woman called Mary Toft had started to give birth to rabbits. Several leading doctors – some sent directly by King George I -…