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Iraq, Shia Islamic Authorities, the State, and Crisis

18 June 2020

Sussex sociologist Ali Kassem examines the role of religious actors in Iraq's response to Covid-19


Palestine under lockdown: what's new?

14 May 2020

Sussex historian Jacob Norris writes on Covid-19 in Palestine as part of a new blog series from the Middle East and North Africa Centre at Sussex.


Academic receives rare award for outstanding contribution to American Studies

1 May 2020

The British Association for American Studies (BAAS) has awarded Dr Sue Currell its distinguished Honorary Fellowship 2018-19.


Are you a current university student or have you recently graduated? Have you experienced an eating disorder?

3 December 2019

Are you a current university student or have you recently graduated? Have you experienced an eating disorder? Approximately 1 in 10 students may...


Are you a current university student or have you recently graduated? Have you experienced an eating disorder?

3 December 2019

Are you a current university student or have you recently graduated? Have you experienced an eating disorder? Student Minds are working with a...


SussexFood are now one of the top 200 collectors of crisp packets for the Terracycle scheme!

24 June 2019

Your efforts to correctly dispose of empty crisp packets into Terracycle bins across SussexFood cafes are paying off and we thank you for this!


University of Sussex ranked 32nd in UK

2 May 2019

The University of Sussex has been ranked 32nd in the UK and fifth in the South East, according to a new university guide.


Book launch at British Academy Rising Stars event

23 January 2019

Lecturer in Early Modern History, Dr Laura Kounine launched her new book 'Imagining the Witch: Emotions, Gender, and Selfhood in Early Modern Germany'


Commit to Get Far takes staff across Britain's iconic trails this January

19 December 2018

From 14-23 January 2019 Commit to Get Far is back! The new virtual journey will take staff across Britain’s most iconic point-to-point trails.


President Trump is forcing academics to rethink the definition of corruption, according to political expert

10 December 2018

President Donald Trump is causing corruption analysts to rethink the very definition of corruption due to his bending rather than breaking of the law.


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