University of Sussex cultural historian Professor Ben Highmore invites readers back through their own front doors for his new book.
A University of Sussex professor’s project to map London’s history has been given a national award.
The name of a Sussex academic and Holocaust survivor has been immortalised on the front of one of Brighton’s buses.
Staff and students heard about the University of Sussex’s longstanding links with South Africa at a tribute event on 11 December for Nelson Mandela.
Interdisciplinary journal Excursions invites submissions that engage with a variety of interpretations of the concept of boundaries.
Historian Dr Jacob Norris offers new insights into the “little town” with a global reputation in the cover story for magazine History Today.
Sussex Research launches a new Strategic Competition designed to identify a key interdisciplinary programme.
Various questions are up for discussion by Sussex academics as part of a national celebration of social science research.
Sussex Research is launching its 3rd internal funding scheme today- the RM Phillips Endowment Fund.
A new book by a University of Sussex social historian embraces a period of the 20th century that has often been regarded as a golden age of marriage.