Rochel-Canagasabey

“Whether it’s discussing feminism, sustainable development, or the intricacies of human rights systems, every lesson felt like a revelation”

We spoke to current Globalisation: Politics, Conflict and Human Rights MA student Rochel Canagasabey about how he’s finding the course, and he says that from day one it has been a profound exploration.

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ways of seeing

Brighton lecturers suggest books, films and sites to get you thinking

Take a look at these great, short, affordable introductions to some of the key ideas and concepts we explore across the Humanities Programme. Some are fiction, some non-fiction, some classics, some more recent. Read them to prepare for university, or simply read them to engage your mind, then discuss them too.

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art as a weapon

Join actor, singer and playwright Tayo Aluko for an event at the University of Brighton on 3rd November, 6-8pm

Nigerian-born Aluko is based in Liverpool, UK, where he worked previously as an architect, and he’ll be joining us to present Tayo Aluko – Art as Weapon: Some Pan Africanist Examples, survey of artists from the African Diaspora who use their arts in the fight against oppression..

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