Professor Carol Dyhouse examines panic and progress in the history of young women in her new book, Girl Trouble, published today (14 March).
Professor Carol Dyhouse examines panic and progress in the history of young women in her new book, Girl Trouble, published today (14 March 2013).
The story of Kent's "secret army", trained to fend off a Nazi invasion, is the subject of one of four projects funded by a new cultural initiative.
A research group at Sussex is looking to enlist baby scientists to help with an exciting new project.
A research group at the University of Sussex is looking to enlist baby scientists to help with an exciting new project.
Sussex research helps create first-ever national oral archive for Women’s Liberation at British Library
A national oral history archive that tells the stories of the Women’s Liberation Movement, is to be launched on International Women’s Day.
Just 14 per cent of patients aged over 70 with early breast cancer are offered standard chemotherapy after surgery, says a new study.
Dr Vinita Damodaran is the academic expert in a video by the Natural History Museum to accompany an exhibition about the British East India Company.
Professor Peter Newell discusses future action for the global environment following the Rio+20 summit with Professor Alan Lester.
University of Sussex geographers have been involved in a short film about an academic project to observe one of the most extreme climates on Earth.