Details of the closure of Special Collections reading rooms (including the Mass Observation Archive) as the collections start moving to The Keep.
The University has issued the second call of the Kick Start Network scheme which aims to connect Sussex academics with non-academic research users.
The First Excursions Journal Conference, University of Sussex 11th - 12th July 2013
Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research member and Mass Observation Archive Trustee Dorothy Sheridan appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The...
Personal stories of women activists recorded by academics at Sussex feature in a major exhibition devoted to women’s history and women's liberation.
Project partners gathered at the site of The Keep this week to mark the completion of the roof of the building with a ‘topping out' ceremony.
The Mass Observation Archive is inviting the public to donate their written thoughts for future generations to study.
The last exhibition photographer Liz Hingley held in the UK was in the Houses of Parliament, but as part of the University of Sussex’s Places...
A University of Sussex archive devoted to everyday life and opinion as told by ordinary people is the subject of a series of Radio 4 special reports.
The words and voices of ordinary people in 1980s Britain will form the basis of an exciting history teaching resource created at Sussex.