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Trends and Developments in Doctoral Education

Monday 27 February from 17:00 until 18:30
Meeting Rooms 3/4, Bramber House Conference Centre
ESW Open Seminar Series
Professor Rosemary Deem, Royal Holloway+Bedford New College & Chair, UK Council for Graduate Educ.

Despite growth in numbers, doctorates still remain exclusive; class, ethnicity and gender shaping entry and influencing what is studied.


"Is Anything Happening" looking back on a career in journalism that began in Falmer and ended at the BBC

Wednesday 1 March from 14:00 until 15:00
Lecture Theatre B,Fulton Building
MA Masterclass, School of Media, Film and Music
Robin Lustig - Presenter BBC World Service and Radio 4

Robin is a Presenter for the  BBC World Service and Radio 4 and a Sussex alumnus .He is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster who has...


Ephemeral Spatial Practices and Contingent Narratives of the (De-Industrialized) Urban Subconscious

Wednesday 1 March from 16:00 until 17:00
Room 309, Silverstone Building
MA Masterclass, School of Media, Film and Music
Nadija Mustapić - Artist and Assistant Professor at the Academy of Applied Arts, Rijeka, Croatia

Nadija is an artist and Assistant Professor at the Academy of Applied Arts, Rijeka, Croatia.


Students’ gendered experiences of participation in learning

Thursday 2 March from 13:00 until 14:00
Essex House Ground Floor Meeting Room (behind reception)
CIE Research Café
Kourosh Kouchakpour, Doctoral Researcher, Centre for International Education

A case study of the BSc Civil Engineering programme in an Iranian university.


The Battle of the Styles: Architecture and Appropriateness in the 19th Century

Thursday 2 March from 18:30 until 19:30
Meeting House, University of Sussex
Falmer Lecture Series
Professor Maurice Howard, OBE, Emeritus Professor of Art History (University of Sussex)

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


The Role of Universities in Conflict, Peace and Resistance

Monday 6 March from 12:30 until 14:00
Room 104, Fulton
ESW Open Seminar Series
Dr Juliet Milican, Deputy Director, Community University Partnership Prog, University of Brighton

Dr Milican will share findings from her forthcoming book, including case studies from Bosnia, Belfast, Palestine, Serbia, Myanmar, and Bradford.


Poliliteracies: Teaching immigration in the social media age

Monday 6 March from 16:30 until 18:00
Room 118, Jubilee
ESW Open Seminar Series
Dr Keith Perera, Assistant Headteacher and Media Studies PGCE Tutor, University of Sussex

Dr Perera explores formal learning as a means for developing self-reflexivity through education and contradictory positions held about immigration.


A Bridge Between Families? The photograph as symbol and tool in social work practice

Wednesday 8 March from 12:30 until 13:30
Room 2A2, Pevensey 1
ESW Research-in-Progress Seminars
Louise Sims: Doctoral researcher, PhD in Social Work & Social Care

Using case study material, Louise examines the journey of a child’s photograph to consider the extraordinary situation of a child being adopted.


It's not all greasepaint and gold medals: the view from the other side

Wednesday 15 March from 16:00 until 17:00
Room 309, Silverstone Building
MA Masterclasses, School of Media, Film and Music
Vicky Kington - Head of Press, National Theatre

Vicky Kington is Head of Press at the UK's National Theatre on the South Bank. Prior to that she was Head of Press at the London Olympics in 2012.


SICK! Festival: Candy Chang - Before I Die

Monday 20 March from 9:00 until 19:00
Library Sqaure

Before I Die is a participatory public art project that invites people to contemplate death and reflect on life.


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