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New CGPE Working Paper

23 September 2019

Why does the IMF assign labor conditions? The Burden of Adjustment, Exchange Rate Regimes, and Labor ConditionsSaliha MetinsoyWorking Paper No....


New Dhaba display: Ethnographic fieldwork in Brighton

22 September 2019

From its origin as a discipline and mode of enquiry, anthropology has distinguished itself for its long-term fieldwork, and commitment to visiting...


Decolonising Education

22 September 2019

Members of the Centre for International Education present at UKFIET Conference on discourses of development in postcolonial Africa.


Two new CGPE Working Papers

13 September 2019

In 2018/2019 the CGPE launched an annual Gender & Global Political Economy Undergraduate Essay Prize competition, open to all undergraduate...


Sussex research sheds light on the complexity behind migration in West Africa

2 September 2019

Members of the Sussex-based Migrating out of Poverty Research Programme Consortium took part in a two-day workshop in Ghana to share research.


Fertility, Health and Reproductive Politics: Re-imagining Rights in India

30 August 2019

with Maya Unnithan Hayley Macgregor speaks with Maya Unnithan, Professor of Social and Medical Anthropology at the University of Sussex, about her...


Fundamentals of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education

30 August 2019

Fundamentals is the Higher Education pathway for PhD students and staff members to develop their teaching skills.


Sussex lecturer joins prestigious international panel of experts on freedom of religion or belief

29 August 2019

A senior lecturer at the University of Sussex has been appointed to a prestigious international panel of experts on the Freedom of Religion or Belief.


Learn to record your lectures on Panopto – training now live

23 August 2019

Panopto comes with a host of features that will open up new possibilities for teaching and greatly enhance the experience of our students.


Relaxing of regulations for regenerative medicines has cascading effect internationally, new research warns

16 August 2019

Countries that relax regulations for regenerative medicines could be causing a downward spiral in international standards, according to new research.


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