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.
University of Sussex Lecture 2011: Theatre, Live Art and the Skenabiotope
17 March 2011
Speaker: Professor Sally Jane Norman, Director of the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts - School of Media, Film and Music
University of Sussex Lecture 2010: The 300 million year war
18 March 2010
Speaker: Professor Sue Hartley, Professor of Ecology - School of Life Sciences
University of Sussex Lecture 2009: Deciphering the Universe
22 April 2009
Speaker: Professor Andrew Liddle, Professor of Astrophysics - School of Science and Technology
University of Sussex Lecture 2008: Energy, climate change, and nuclear power
21 April 2008
Speaker: Gordon MacKerron, Director, Sussex Energy Group - SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research
University of Sussex Lecture 2007: A certain idea of Europe: can European integration survive eastern enlargement?
14 March 2007
Speaker: Alan Mayhew, Jean Monnet Professor and Professorial Fellow of Politics and Contemporary European Studies - School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies
University of Sussex Lecture 2006: The One Percent World: Managing the Myth of Religious Extremism
16 March 2006
Speaker: Shamit Sagga, Professor of International Relations and Politics - School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies
What is the scale of Muslim religious extremism, including violence, in Britain today? And how should we respond to this challenge?