The Media, Arts and Humanities Research Institute
The Media, Arts and Humanities Research Institute is the collaborative home of research in Media, Arts and Humanities at Sussex. It draws on the Sussex traditions of radicalism and innovation to support our research and creative practice from across the School.
Trade Union Travellings – your next life writing challenge
Friday 24 March 2023 2-4.30pm
Silverstone Building Room 302 and Zoom
This workshop will start with short presentations from academics and activists who have sought creative and critical modes for representing Union struggles and identities, including ballads, exhibitions, drawings and quest biographies. We will then share our own ‘Trade Union travellings’ through guided discussion and exercises, including a left-field interview with UCU Sussex President, Dr Jo Pawlik.
Proudly featuring Dr Natalie Thomlinson refreshing the history of women in the miners’ strike, Prof Sundari Anitha on creating comic-form representations of Jayaben Desai from the Grunwick Strike, Dr Christian Høgsbjerg on the lost biography of seafarer’s organiser and black activist Chris Braithwaite, Ros Eyben on the elusive memoirs of her Fire Brigades Union father. Prof Margaretta Jolly will guide exercises and Dr Jonathan Moss will chair.
Attend in person or on Zoom (You will be sent the link shortly before the event if you have registered).
Free, all welcome.
CANCELLED - What Is a Consultancy?
Wednesday 22 March from 13:00 until 14:00
University of Sussex Campus
This workshop will look at what constitutes a consultancy and outline the benefits in terms of research, impact and knowledge exchange.
Documentary Produced By Sussex Faculty Awarded IDFA Bertha Fund
I Still Want, a documentary produced by film lecturer Vincent Du, has been awarded the IDFA Bertha Fund
Banner image: Reflections on a meeting by Scribe is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0
School of Media, Arts and Humanities Research Office, Silverstone SB220