Events

45 Minutes of Music, Spring 2018: Fantasia!

Wednesday 28 February from 12:00 until 12:45
Meeting House, Chapel
D'Arcy Trinkwon, University Organist

An endless expression of freedom through the gems of the organ's repertoire over five centuries. You are welcome to attend this free recital.


Museums, Monuments, Memorials and… Education? Education as a site of memory

Thursday 1 March from 17:00 until 18:30
Ground Floor Meeting Room (behind reception), Essex House
ESW Open Seminar Series
Dr Julia Paulson, University of Bristol

This presentation explores the possibilities of schools being taken as spaces of contestation, negotiation and cultural production.


Social Workers and Kinship Care in France

Friday 2 March from 13:00 until 14:30
Room 202, Fulton
ESW Open Seminar Series
Professeure Bernadette Tillard, Université de Lille, France

Professor Tillard presents the results of a study carried out in the north of France on the role of social work in kinship care.


Inclusions & exclusions in rural Tanzanian primary schools: material barriers, teacher agency & disability equality

Thursday 8 March from 13:00 until 14:00
Essex House Seminar Room 18
CIE Research Cafe
Jo Westbrook, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Sussex

Jo argues that inclusive education needs to grapple with disability as a social construct.


Masters and PhD information sessions

Saturday 10 March from 10:00 until 12:30
Campus

Thinking of a Masters or a PhD? Explore your options at one of our monthly information sessions.


‘The politics of things’: digital media, urban space and the materiality of civic engagement

Wednesday 14 March from 16:00 until 18:00
Jubilee Building, Room 155
MFM Research seminar series
Wendy Willems, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics

‘The politics of things’: digital media, urban space and the materiality of civic engagement - Wendy Willems, LSE


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.


Curriculum, Teaching and Interdisciplinarity

Monday 19 March from 12:00 until 13:30
Room G22, Jubilee
ESW Open Seminar Series
Dr Silvia Morelli, National University of Rosario, Argentina

Dr Morelli draws on her experience as a researcher and policy-maker, and on a policy proposal developed by the Ministry of Education in Santa Fe.


45 Minutes of Music, Spring 2018: Fantasia! Please note this is the penultimate Wed not the last this month

Wednesday 21 March from 12:00 until 12:45
Meeting House, Chapel
D'Arcy Trinkwon, University Organist

An endless expression of freedom through gems of the organ's repertoire over five centuries.


Negotiation of Soviet legacies, religious and ethnolinguistic identities in Central Asia’s education systems

Thursday 22 March from 13:00 until 14:00
Fulton 107
CIE Research Cafe
Dr Laila Kadiwal, Teaching Fellow, UCL Institute of Education

The negotiation of Soviet legacies, and religious and ethnolinguistic identities in Central Asia’s education systems: a case of Tajikistan


Working with nature to minimise flooding: are the rewards worth the risk?

Thursday 22 March from 15:30 until 17:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, BSMS
SSRP panel discussion for World Water Day
Panel debate

Sussex Sustainability Research Programme has organised a panel debate for World Water Day, based on this year's theme of Nature for Water.


From Sussex to Shetland: The archaeology of medieval coastal transport and trade

Thursday 12 April from 19:00 until 21:00
Fulton Building Lecture Room A
The Holleyman Archaeology Lectures
Dr Mark Gardiner FSA (University of Lincoln)

We will review medieval navigation methods and the remains of trading sites, fishing centres and victualling ports along the coast of Britain.


Spring Masters Open Day

Wednesday 25 April from 13:30 until 18:30
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.


Time, Subjectivity and the Academic Profession - Caring Responsibilities and Conference Participation

Monday 30 April from 17:00 until 18:30
Room 104, Fulton
ESW Open Seminar Series
Dr Emily F. Henderson, Assistant Professor, Centre for Education Studies, University of Warwick

This seminar focuses on the theorisation of time, subjectivity and academia that underpins the ‘In Two Places at Once’ research project.


Masters and PhD information sessions

Wednesday 16 May from 16:00 until 18:30
Campus

If you are thinking about studying for a Masters or a PhD our monthly information sessions provide an excellent opportunity to find out more.


Masters and PhD information sessions

Wednesday 13 June from 16:00 until 18:30
Campus

If you are thinking about studying for a Masters or a PhD our monthly information sessions provide an excellent opportunity to find out more.


Dialogues on Race and Racisms - Call for Papers

Friday 29 June from 10:00 until 16:00
Global Studies Resource Centre
Race Ethnicity Postcolonial Studies - PhD symposium

Call for Papers: Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies presents the Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies PhD Symposium 2018