News from Birmingham School of Media
UNIVERSITY NEWS 13 AUG
A group of Birmingham residents are helping to tackle societal stigmas and urban exclusion in a series of short zombie films that they are producing and starring in.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 AUG
As millions of reality television fans are mourning the end of this year’s series of ‘Love Island’, a Birmingham City University student is preparing to study the show as part of her...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 20 JUL
A group of Birmingham researchers have conducted an in-depth study on young people’s educational needs surrounding the phenomenon of sexting, with findings suggesting that improved support needs...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 18 JUL
A Birmingham City University lecturer explores why some black women in the UK are more likely to experience anxiety and depression in a new radio documentary airing this week.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 JUL
Due to popular demand, the Pop-Up Reading Room returns to Birmingham City University this week (Thursday 12 July), this time with a focus on writing and research.
OPINIONS 09 JUL
PR lecturer Kelly O’Hanlon discusses Donald Trump’s upcoming UK trip and perceptions of the First Lady.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 14 JUN
Female empowerment will be the focus of an erotic film night in Birmingham next month, developed by researchers at Birmingham City University.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 05 JUN
Visitors to Birmingham City University’s Inspired Family Day on Saturday 9 June will be given the chance to star in their own play, design their own railway or take part in a range of...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 30 MAY
Academics from India, France, New Zealand and the US will be flying into the UK this week, as Birmingham City University hosts a symposium exploring representation within Bollywood.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 29 MAY
A golden era of music television has been faithfully recreated at Birmingham City University , as part of a major new research project looking at jazz broadcasting in the 1960s.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 25 MAY
Birmingham City University has strengthened its position as a leading provider of creative arts education by appointing Professor Alison Honour as Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of its ...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 MAY
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has opened a £5 million state-of-the-art collaborative space for businesses, artists and academics to work together on new innovative projects.