BAFTSS Screen Based Research Award 2022 win
Professor Lizzie Thynne's film, Independent Miss Craigie, has won the BAFTSS Screen Based Research Award 2022.
Panellists announced for Making Space: Decolonial Interventions in Contemporary Art
Three artists and curators joining Sussex Stuart Hall Fellow for Brighton Festival event
History Professor features in film telling the untold story of anarcho-pop band Chumbawamba
Brighton Festival to show punk version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol telling the untold story of Leeds-based anarcho-pop band Chumbawamba
Rebuilding cultural connections: University of Sussex programme for the Brighton Festival 2022
Details of Brighton Festival 2022 events co-presented with University of Sussex Festival of Ideas and Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts
Publication and Launch of Feminist Book Fortnight: A Short History at Five Leaves Bookshop, Nottingham
A history of a pioneering feminist book promotion of the 1980s, Feminist Book Fortnight, is published as this year’s revived event gets underway.
World Press Freedom Day
Prof Ivor Gaber on the United Nations’ World Press Freedom Day (5 May) and why this is even more relevant with war raging in Ukraine.
Brighton Festival event for Sussex Stuart Hall Fellow
Susuana Amoah explores how imaginative de-colonial strategies can address cultural inequity in public art institutions
Interdisciplinary Research Award goes to innovative SSRP project on sustainable agriculture & podcasting in Syria
SSRP-funded project focussing on capacity-building and setting up a Syrian Farmers Podcast led by Dr Barbu wins Interdisciplinary Research Award 2021
The Rez wellbeing podcast shortlisted for prestigious Webby Award
Professor Martin Spinelli’s adolescent emotional wellbeing podcast, The Rez, was recently shortlisted for a Webby Award.
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