Department of Geography

Events

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.


METIS: Future Scenarios in the context of Climate Change

Wednesday 14 February from 14:00 until 16:00
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE MAY BE: this new project explores the premise that to change the future we need to be able to imagine it, collectively.


METIS: Future Scenarios in the context of Climate Change

Thursday 15 February from 18:00 until 19:30
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

This new project from METIS explores the premise that to change the future we need to be able to imagine it, collectively.


METIS: Future Scenarios in the context of Climate Change

Tuesday 20 February from 18:00 until 19:30
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

This new project from METIS explores the premise that to change the future we need to be able to imagine it, collectively.


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.


On the track of Neanderthals in Jersey: The Ice Age Island Project

Thursday 15 March from 19:00 until 20:30
Fulton Building Lecture Theatre A
University of Sussex Archaeological Society
Dr Matt Pope FSA, MCIfA (Principal Research Associate in Palaeolithic Archaeology at UCL)

Find out how the prehistoric archaeology of a small island off the coast of France is changing how we think about Neanderthals in Northern Europe.


‘Food-work city’: Oral histories of and for changing places

Wednesday 16 May from 18:00 until 19:30
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Professorial Lecture
Ben Rogaly, Professor of Human Geography, School of Global Studies

What if instead of thinking of migrants as people who move and everyone else staying still, we think about why some people move and others do not?