An opportunity for social work practitioners and academics to consider research methods and methodology for practice research.
Each programme this term will feature toccatas in a kaleidoscope of musical variety displaying all the colours of the iconic Meeting House.
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 is a new feature-length documentary which explores the experiences commonly labelled as "psychosis" or "mental illness".
How do we solve global challenges that require co-operation and co-ordination in a post-factual democracy where voter maximisation is key?
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
The first Christopher Freeman Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Luc Soete and will be on ‘Work for All or Mass Unemployment revisited’.
BSMS annual conversation in the Brighton Festival - an expert panel discuss research, care and awareness of HIV in Brighton, UK and globally
A two day conference marking 50 years of Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.
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.