The School of Humanities at Brighton seeks to examine the world that human beings have created for themselves.
In the 2021/22 academic year our Law, Society and Justice Research and Enterprise Group (LawSoJust REG) hosted a number of guest lectures for students and staff across the University of Brighton. LawSoJust REG brings together academics and student researchers from law and other related social science disciplines who are active in the fields of social justice […]
Zeina Maasri, Cathy Bergin and Francesca Burke have edited a new book on anticolonialism in the global sixties. traces the ways in which solidarity was conceived, imagined and enacted in the border crossings – of nation, race and class – made by grassroots activists.
The exhibition, titled Design Matters, will feature objects chosen by 14 MA and PhD students which they consider to be particularly ingenious examples of design. These objects could be made by the students or something of historical, social or cultural significance.
Featuring original writing, academic commentary, reviews, and in-depth interviews with writers and artists, run by students, teachers and alumni of the University of Brighton.
The Flight of the Dragonfly night will return on July 12. The return of the popular night also coincides with the publication of a collection of the work. Flight of the Dragonfly started life as a course work anthology which students then turned into a regular spoken word evening in Brighton. During lockdown the event […]
Second-year student Nell Gulliver talks about her placement with Screen Archive South East. “I came to my studies a little later in life than most at 36 and wanted to choose a degree pathway that would interest me and keep the initial excitement going for the 6 years it will take to complete as a […]
University of Brighton has received £450,000 to boost its innovative arts and humanities-based research and impact initiatives over the next three years. The prestigious UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) funded via the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) will provide vital investment to translate challenge-led research into projects with clear impacts […]
Students taking our Linguistics BA(Hons) will, from 2023, have the opportunity to choose to graduate with the new award titles ‘Linguistics with Intercultural Communication’ or ‘Linguistics with Policy and Planning.’
Students choosing our Creative Writing BA(Hons) now have the opportunity to graduate with the award title Creative Writing with Wellbeing.