Sussex Humanities Lab

Events

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

Impact on human perception and expression, using augmented-reality technology as a medium for computational art

Wednesday 22 January from 13:00 until 14:00
Sussex Humanities Lab (SB211), Silverstone, Arts Road, University of Sussex
Leverhulme Seminar Series
Sam Bilbow

Presentations: 2nd Cohort of Leverhulme DSP scholars


Perceptual biases and metacognition during visual decision-making

Wednesday 22 January from 13:00 until 14:00
Sussex Humanities Lab (SB211), Silverstone, Arts Road, University of Sussex
Leverhulme Seminar Series
Clémence Compain

Presentations: 2nd Cohort of Leverhulme DSP scholars


Plasticity of visual processing in primary visual cortex

Wednesday 22 January from 13:00 until 14:00
Sussex Humanities Lab (SB211), Silverstone, Arts Road, University of Sussex
Leverhulme Seminar Series
Sina Dominiak

Presentations: 2nd Cohort of Leverhulme DSP scholars


Putting the spotlight on taste: Fiber photometry analysis of cue-potentiated feeding

Wednesday 22 January from 13:00 until 14:00
Sussex Humanities Lab (SB211), Silverstone, Arts Road, University of Sussex
Leverhulme Seminar Series
Jacapo Modoni

Presentations: 2nd Cohort of Leverhulme DSP scholars


Erewhon: the Impossibility of Being Nowhere

Monday 3 February from 15:00 until 17:00
Sussex Humanities Lab, SILVERSTONE SB211, Arts Road
SHL SEMINAR SERIES SPRING 2020
Sally Jane Norman (University of Victoria, Wellington)

Samuel Butler's Erewhon, or Over the Range, anonymously published in 1872, was largely written and set in the mountainous South Island outback of...


Why Teach Humanities Students Letterpress Printing

Wednesday 5 February from 17:00 until 19:00
Sussex Humanities Lab, SILVERSTONE SB211, Arts Road, Falmer, BN1 9RG
SHL SEMINAR SERIES SPRING 2020
Professor Gabriel Egan (De Montfort University)

A talk by Gabriel Egan, chaired by Tomasz Kowalczyk, on the role of mediating technology in the production of the printed document.