French singer Laetitia Sadier, best known as the frontwoman of the alternative band Stereolab, will talk and perform on campus next month.
The Chinese city of Tianjin was not very well known to Western audiences until two massive explosions took place in the city’s port.
Prof Mariana Mazzucato was invited as a panelist at a US Senate Forum on middle-class prosperity.
AS level students from Sussex and London received university tuition to boost their aspirations for A level and beyond.
Historian, television presenter and Sussex alumna Dr Lucy Worsley will become an Honorary Doctor of Letters this afternoon (13 July).
The closing date for applications to the third round of the Research Development Fund is 5pm on Friday 17 April.
Professor Donald Anthony Low, founding Dean of the School of African and Asian Studies (AFRAS) at Sussex, died in Canberra on 11 February, aged 87.
The Research Development Fund is designed to develop activities enabling substantive external research proposals.
John Whitley, Emeritus Reader in American Studies, has written an appreciation of Prof Rupert Wilkinson (1936-2014), who died before Christmas.
The Research Opportunities Fund is designed to provide funds for faculty to stimulate new interdisciplinary ideas, themes and synergies.