Sussex academic delivers speech to UNESCO on media freedom
Professor of Political Journalism, Ivor Gaber, is today representing the UK at the biennial meeting of UNESCO's General Conference in Paris today.
Book prize wins for 'Women's International Thought: A New History'
Dr Katharina Rietzler's co-edited book, 'Women's International Thought: A New History', has won two book awards.
'Jill Craigie: Film Pioneer' news, publications and screenings
An update on the exciting progress of this major research project into the life and work of a female pioneer of documentary filmmaking
Hear from Brighton Festival's Chief Executive and Executive Producer in a special campus event
Unique masterclass on working in Brighton's creative industries and arts, from the directors of the biggest curated cross-arts festival in England
New report celebrates online spaces for LGBT+ young people as ‘creative’ and 'queer world-building'
Report co-authored by University of Sussex academics explores the online worlds of LGBT+ young people.
A great choir needs great Tenors
Brighton Festival Chorus is one of the UK's leading symphony choruses with an annual varied programme of concerts in Sussex and London
Reviews of Keston Sutherland's 'Scherzos Benjyosos'
Keston Sutherland's book of poetry Scherzos Benjyosos has been reviewed in a number of publications since it was published last year.
Continued league table success for Media, Arts and Humanities subjects
Three subject areas from the School of Media, Arts and Humanities have maintained top ten rankings in recent national league tables.
Two Sussex academics elected as Fellows of the British Academy
Two academics from the School of Media, Arts and Humanities join the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences
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