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Goodbye to all that (again)? The Fischer thesis, the new revisionism and the meaning of the First World War

Nov
6
2014

Martin Wight Lecture 2014
Chowen lecture theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Thursday 6 November
18:00 until 19:00
Professor John Röhl (Sussex)

When German troops invaded Belgium in August 1914, very few Britons doubted that this attempt to conquer dominate needed to be repelled.


Language and fiction

Nov
11
2014

Language and Culture Series
Language Learning Centre, Arts A
Tuesday 11 November
17:30 until 18:30
Dr Paul Davies, University of Sussex

One of the easiest things we do with words is to tell stories and invent fictions. At the earliest of ages we accede effortlessly to fictional worlds.


Smashing Physics: Inside the world's biggest experiment

Nov
11
2014

Insitute of Physics public talks at the University of Sussex
Chichester I lecture theatre
Tuesday 11 November
19:00 until 20:00
Professor Jon Butterworth

The second talk in this academic year's Institute of Physics public talks


Students' understandings of citizenship; education in secular and faith-based secondary schools in Chile

Nov
12
2014

ESW Research-in-Progress Seminars
Room 208, Fulton
Wednesday 12 November
12:00 until 13:00
Paula Leal, Doctoral researcher, PhD in Education

Paula contributes to the debates about what concepts and practices of citizenship are being taught in schools, prioritising the voice of students.


"Nothing. I don't do nothing": The council estate, apathy and expectations in childhood

Nov
12
2014

ESW Research-in-Progress Seminars
Room 208, Fulton
Wednesday 12 November
13:00 until 14:00
Sarah Leaney, Doctoral researcher, PhD in Education

Sarah looks at working class childhoods, drawing on her ethnography of a council estate and the ways in which identity is formed in times of struggle.


Discover Postgraduate study - information session

Nov
12
2014

Discover Postgraduate Study
University of Sussex campus
Wednesday 12 November
14:00 until 16:30
Terry O'Donnell - Student Recruitment Services

Information sessions provide an overview of postgraduate study, The aim is to help visitors discover more about what postgraduate study has to offer.


Screening - Love in the Post - Film by Joanna Callaghan

Nov
12
2014

MA Master Class/MFM Reserach Seminar Series
Fulton A
Wednesday 12 November
16:00 until 18:00
Joanna Callaghan and Martin McQuillan. Chair: Nicholas Royle.

The event will be supported by the MFM Masterclass series, the Centre for Creative and Critical Thought and the Sussex Centre for the Visual.


Contemporary Greek Myths: Visual resources for young people’s self-care and transformation

Nov
17
2014

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Monday 17 November
17:00 until 18:30
Dr Sarah Wilson, Senior Lecturer, Applied Social Science, University of Stirling

Dr Wilson describes how via the use of visual and audial methods she explored how looked-after young people construct a comfortable sense of belonging


Chemical contaminants: The sexual chemistry of fish and foetal health

Nov
19
2014

Brighton Cafe Scientifique
Latest Music Bar, Manchester Street, Brighton
Wednesday 19 November
19:30 until 22:00
Professor Elizabeth Hill (University of Sussex)

The challenges faced by scientists to identify the key causative contaminants that may threaten the fertility of humans and wildlife.


Slow Medicine and the Efficiency of Inefficiency

Nov
20
2014

Humanities and Futurehealth Network talks
Lecture Hall, Audrey Emerton Building, Eastern Road, Brighton, BN2 5BE
Thursday 20 November
18:00 until 20:00
Dr Victoria Sweet

Dr. Victoria Sweet will be discussing her innovative practice of 'slow medicine'.


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