School of Humanities

News and events from the University of Brighton's three Humanities programme areas

International Design Organisations: Histories, Legacies, Values

A conference exploring the histories, legacies and values of international design organisations in a post-industrial, post-organisational world will run from 9–10 November 2017 at Grand Parade.

New lecture series announced: Thinking the Politics of ‘Race’

Held at Edward Street, these lectures – which run from October 2017 to March 2018 – see visiting academics discuss this thought-provoking issue. 

A.C. Grayling talks democracy and its crisis

Author A.C Grayling will be giving a talk at Grand Parade on November 6.

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Why did the KLF burn £1m?

A University of Brighton art historian is taking part in a mock trial of a rock band that burned £1m.

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Shellshock Rock Film screening

The Metacinema Club is hosting an evening of documentaries and discussion exploring film activism at Grand Parade.

Royal Sussex County Hospital

Hospital artefacts collected in university project

The University of Brighton is working with the Royal Sussex County Hospital, The Keep and the Royal Pavilion and Museums to collect artefacts and oral histories for future generations.

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Bestselling author Elizabeth Haynes visits UoB

In a rare visit to Brighton, bestselling author Elizabeth Haynes visits the University of Brighton on 7 March. She’ll be answering questions about her writing career and the inspiration behind her incredibly successful crime thrillers, the most recent of which is Never Alone.

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