Maurice Hutt, who died on Monday (20 May), was Emeritus Reader in History at Sussex and one of a group of academics who set up the University in 1961.
Dr Margaretta Jolly, University of Sussex academic and oral historian, has become a patron of Brighton community publisher QueenSpark Books.
The life and works of Richard Marsh is the subject of an exhibition by University of Sussex researcher Graeme Pedlingham at Crawley Library.
Professor Carol Dyhouse examines panic and progress in the history of young women in her new book, Girl Trouble, published today (14 March).
Dr Vinita Damodaran is the academic expert in a video by the Natural History Museum to accompany an exhibition about the British East India Company.
The University is awarding an honorary degree this week to Rod Kedward, a long-serving historian who was an academic at Sussex from its earliest days.
An academic at Sussex from its earliest days, Rod Kedward retired as Emeritus Professor of History in 2002 after 40 years of teaching and research.
A dramatic story of survival and reflections on Hitler’s appointment as German Chancellor are on the programme for Holocaust Memorial Day on 30 Jan.
An archive of diaries held at Sussex is to be the “guest editor” of the BBC ‘Today’ programme on Boxing Day to celebrate Christmases past.
University of Sussex academic Professor Ladislaus Löb has been presented with the annual Austrian Holocaust Memorial Award.