Throughout the year, the University of Sussex is host to an exciting series of public lectures that illustrate the breadth and quality of research being conducted at the University.
Most lectures are recorded and made available here in a number of formats.
Professorial Lecture: No love for the Jewish people? Hannah Arendt's 'Eichmann in Jerusalem' revisited
08 December 2009
Speaker: Professor Christian Wiese, Professor of Jewish History - School of History, Art History and Philosophy
Professorial Lecture: Breaking and repairing human genes: A question of balance
17 November 2009
Speaker: Professor Keith Caldecott, Professor in the Centre of Genome Damage and Stability - School of Life Sciences
Professorial lecture: The mind/body problem in health and illness
03 November 2009
Speaker: Professor Gillian Bendelow, Professor of Sociology - School of Law, Politics and Sociology
Professorial lecture: Talk-stoppers, converstion and Victorian fiction
23 June 2009
Speaker: Professor Jenny Bourne Taylor, Professor of English - School of Humanities
Professorial lecture: Strangers and citizens - A journey between cultures, disciplines and ideologies
09 June 2009
Speaker: Professor Barbara Einhorn, Professor of Gender Studies - School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies
Professorial lecture: Telling stories about nature - with mathematics
17 April 2009
Speaker: Professor David Waxman, Professor of Biology - School of Life Sciences
Professorial Lecture: Can Human Society Learn from Insect Society?
17 March 2009
Speaker: Professor Francis L. W. Ratnieks, Professor of Apiculture - School of Life Sciences
Professorial Lecture: Why science policy research?
03 March 2009
Speaker: Professor Ben R. Martin, Professor of Science and Technology Policy Studies - SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research
Professorial Lecture: The EU and terrorism: a common threat and a common response?
03 February 2009
Speaker: Professor Jorg Monar, Professor of Contemporary European Studies - School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies