Dr Arabella Stanger wins the 2022 David Bradby Monograph Prize
The prize recognises outstanding achievement in scholarly research in the form of a published monograph.
Music for Girls exhibition now open
Collaboratively-curated exhibition with women from the Brighton area exploring tastes, fandom, memorabilia, and much more
School of Media, Arts and Humanities welcomes over 300 Pre-sessional English students this summer
This summer saw the very welcome return of international students who took Pre-sessional English courses and General English Summer at Sussex courses.
Learn a new language at Sussex
Enrolment open for short language courses - available to Sussex staff and students
The Coast is Queer LGBTQ+ literature festival returns in October
Brighton and Hove's festival celebrating LGBTQ+ literature returns for its third year, with three days of exciting events taking place on campus.
Cross-cultural conversation on anti-colonial resistance histories co-curated by Sussex professor
Conversations, screenings and performances at Resistance Cultures Festival mark 100 years of Irish independence and 60 years of Algerian independence
Celebrating our new graduates
School kicks off three weeks of graduation ceremonies with a call for graduates to keep in touch
Exhibiting children’s paintings from the sinking islands
An exhibition of pictures and tapestries aims to showcase the lived experiences of children living in climate change induced uncertainty.
Obituary: Cedric Watts
Cedric Watts, Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University Sussex, died on 12 May 2022
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