Sussex Humanities Lab

Events

All SHL events are held in the Digital Humanities Lab, Silverstone Building, and are open to all, unless stated otherwise.

Feminist Maps and Mapping Feminism: Lessons from The Women’s Atlas

Thursday 23 May from 15:00 until 17:00
Sussex Humanities Lab
Sussex Humanities Lab and CLHLWR
Professor Joni Seager and The Business of Women's Words

Joni Seager presents her feminist classic The Women’s Atlas in discussion with a new map of the UK Women's Liberation Movement from the BOWW team.


Medfest - celebrating the career of Andy Medhurst

Friday 24 May from 12:30 until 17:15
Sussex Humanities Lab, Silverstone building
Various speakers

Staff from Sussex and beyond celebrate the contribution of Andy Medhurst to Sussex and to Media, Film and Cultural Studies over his 30-year career.


Discovering Digital Humanities: Realising Interdisciplinarity

Friday 7 June from 10:00 until 17:00
Sussex Humanities Lab, Silverstone building

One day free event inviting early career researchers and students to discover Digital Humanities and explore the ‘digital’ possibilities of research.


When Does Biography Begin?

Tuesday 11 June from 14:00 until 18:00
Fulton Building, Rooms 202 and 203
CLHLWR Seminars and Events
Led by Simone vaon Buren, Bern University of the Arts

How can we draw, shape and write about the lives of others? What events in a subject’s life do biographies privilege? When does biography begin?


The Ghosts of Digital Media

Monday 17 June from 15:00 until 17:00
Digital Humanities Research Lab, Silverstone
SHL Research Seminars
Mark Goodall (University of Bradford)

Mark Goodall presents a paper on media archaeology and the avant-garde. Followed by book launch of Roberts & Goodall (eds.), New Media Archaeologies.


Using Curatorial Voice: Image, Text, Computation

Tuesday 18 June from 10:00 until 17:00
Sussex Humanities Lab

Workshop on image analysis and computational text analysis of image descriptions as a basis for exploring new types of access to image collections.


Research integrity: where do publishers fit in?

Wednesday 26 June from 14:30 until 16:00
Bevendean House 302 on the Falmer campus of the University of Brighton
Brighton & Sussex Research Integrity Seminars
Suzanne Farley, Research Integrity Director at Springer Nature

The first in a series of Brighton & Sussex Research Integrity Seminars being organised jointly by the University of Sussex and University of Brighton