Department of Art History

Art History events

 

Turnitin Feedback Studio taster session

Tuesday 19 December from 15:00 until 16:00
JUBILEE BUILDING JUB-G23
Technology Enhanced Learning staff development

This workshop is designed for staff who are familiar with Turnitin and the e-submission process.


Marking and assessing with Turnitin Feedback Studio

Thursday 21 December from 10:00 until 11:30
JMS BUILDING 1B1
Technology Enhanced Learning staff development

This workshop is open to all staff involved in the marking process.


Iron Age Memory vs Roman Metaphor; re-reading the archaeology of a client kingdom.

Thursday 25 January from 19:00 until 20:30
Fulton Building Lecture Theatre A
University of Sussex Archaeological Society Lectures
Gordon Heydon

This lecture reassesses the impact of imperial Rome on landscape and material culture, and the annexation of the Hampshire/Sussex client kingdom.


I'm sorry, I haven't a clue!

Wednesday 31 January from 13:00 until 15:00
Careers and Employability Centre

Are you unsure about what you want to do after graduation? You're not alone, and we're here to help!


Practise Your Interview Technique

Thursday 1 February from 13:00 until 14:00
Careers and Employability Centre

Gain an insight into what to expect from a job interview, and how to give a convincing performance on the day.


Teach, Travel and Explore: Come and work in Hong Kong

Thursday 15 February from 15:00 until 16:00
Careers & Employability Centre

Working abroad is a possibility. Come find out about the Chatteris International Graduate Programme.


NCS Recruitment Event to work in the Sussex area

Monday 19 February from 11:30 until 13:30
Careers and Employability Centre

Need a job during summer 2018? Come and find out how you can work on the NCS Programme in Sussex.


Late Roman Ramparts in Northern Gaul and their Social Implications

Thursday 22 February from 19:00 until 20:30
Fulton Building Lecture Theatre A
University of Sussex Archaeological Society
James Bromwich

From the late third century many cities of north Gaul were enclosed by ramparts. These defences mark a major change in Gallo-Roman society as a whole.


Masters Open Day

Wednesday 28 February from 12:00 until 17:00
Campus

The annual Masters Open Day is an excellent opportunity to meet faculty and Masters students and find out if a Masters is right for you.