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Hidden history of BBC response to Britain's increasing cultural diversity revealed in new digital history project
The Connected Histories of the BBC project, running until the BBC centenary in 2022, is curated by Professor David Hendy and Sussex Humanities Lab.
Professor of Social Anthropology, James Fairhead has been made a Fellow of the prestigious British Academy for the humanities and social sciences.
Graduate Julian co-founded his technology startup, Waffle, whilst studying for his degree.
Graduate Molly is empowering women and girls through her new subscription box service.
Sussex graduate Jessica May Hislop swapped studying opera singing to studying the Universe.
Hulya, a Deputy Governor of Istanbul, relocated her whole family to the UK to study for her PhD in migration and refugee law.
Elizabeth Churchill, Director of User Experience at Google, describes how Sussex inspired her interest in human-computer interaction.
Lyse Doucet, who will become an honorary Doctor of the University at summer graduation, describes life as the BBC's Chief International Correspondent.
A University of Sussex quantum physicist has given evidence to MPs about how quantum technologies have the potential to transform our world.
Austrian-born journalist Hella Pick CBE, who will become an honorary Doctor of the University at this summer’s graduation, talks about her life.