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Practitioner Research Symposium

Wednesday 26 April from 9:30 until 15:30
Gallery Room, Conference Centre, Bramber House
Various

An opportunity for social work practitioners and academics to consider research methods and methodology for practice research.


45 minutes of music ... Toccatas! Toccatas!

Wednesday 26 April from 12:00 until 12:45
Meeting House Chapel
Organ recital
D'Arcy Trinkwon, University Organist

Each programme this term will feature toccatas in a kaleidoscope of musical variety displaying all the colours of the iconic Meeting House.


Geology, Landscape and Local History of the Parish of Falmer

Thursday 27 April from 18:30 until 19:30
Meeting House, University of Sussex
Falmer Lecture Series
Dr Geoff Mead, Department of Geography (University of Sussex)

A lecture series featuring six academics is part of an events programme this year to mark the 200th anniversary of St Laurence church in Falmer.


Healing Voices World Premiere Screening - Hosted by Hearing Voices Brighton

Wednesday 3 May from 18:30 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex, Falmer, BN19PX

Healing Voices is a new feature-length documentary which explores the experiences commonly labelled as "psychosis" or "mental illness".


Sussex Conversations: Demockery and the media in a post-factual age

Wednesday 3 May from 18:30 until 20:15
The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BS
Sussex Conversations

How do we solve global challenges that require co-operation and co-ordination in a post-factual democracy where voter maximisation is key?


Marking Citizenship in Lahore: The Prospects for Community Cohesion through Education

Thursday 4 May from 13:00 until 14:00
Essex House Ground Floor Meeting Room (behind reception)
CIE Research Café
Dr Naheem Jabbar, Senior Lecturer, Sociology, University of Portsmouth

Discussion on how development practices use curriculum reform as a potential solution to the problem of communalism.


'Work for All or Mass Unemployment revisited' - First Christopher Freeman Annual Lecture by Luc Soete

Thursday 4 May from 18:30 until 20:00
Jubilee Large Lecture Theatre
Professor Luc Soete

The first Christopher Freeman Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Luc Soete and will be on ‘Work for All or Mass Unemployment revisited’.


HIV: Is Victory in Sight?

Sunday 7 May from 15:00 until 16:30
Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade, Brighton
BSMS conversation in Brighton Festival
Baroness Gould of Potternewton plus HIV experts/people living with HIV

BSMS annual conversation in the Brighton Festival - an expert panel discuss research, care and awareness of HIV in Brighton, UK and globally


The Occupation at 50: Pasts, Presents, and Futures

Thursday 11 May from 9:30 until 17:30
Fulton B Lecture Theatre, Fulton Building, University of Sussex
Major scholars and practitioners: see conference programme for full list of speakers

A two day conference marking 50 years of Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.


Arthur and the Kings of Britain: archaeology and the ‘lost voice’ of prehistory

Thursday 11 May from 19:00 until 20:45
Fulton Building Lecture Theatre A
The Holleyman Archaeology Lecture for 2017
Dr Miles Russell (University of Bournemouth)

The Historia Regum Britanniae records the past as seen from the perspective of the Britons and helps to explain later characters such as King Arthur.


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