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Each term the university hosts a series of open lectures and events including inaugural lectures from newly appointed professors.

You can watch recordings of these events here.

Lectures

Afterwards: Legacies of War

Afterwards: Legacies of War
27 November 2013 Sallis Benney Theatre
Inaugural lecture
Graham Dawson, Professor of Historical Cultural Studies



Drawing Uncertainty

Drawing Uncertainty
24 October 2013 Sallis Benney Theatre
Inaugural lecture
Nat Chard, Professor of Architecture



Harvey Goldsmith CBE

Right place at the right time... a lesson in entrepreneurship
23 October 2013 Sallis Benney Theatre
Harvey Goldsmith CBE



Sir Christopher Frayling

Slaying the sixth giant: The arts and aspiration
22 May 2013 Sallis Benney Theatre
Festival of Research Brighton Fringe lecture
Sir Christopher Frayling



Wired reality

Wired reality
15 May 2013 Sallis Benney Theatre
Inaugural lecture
Gillian Youngs, Professor of Digital Economy



Sir Mark Moody-Stuart

Natural resource development and developing economies
8 May 2013 Huxley Building
Festival of Research Brighton Fringe lecture
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart



Dr Etienne Wenger

Learning in landscapes of practice
1 May 2013 Asa Briggs Hall
Festival of Research Brighton Fringe lecture
Dr Etienne Wenger



Where angels fear to tread

Where angels fear to tread
24 April 2013 Westlain House
Inaugural lecture
Shirley Bach, Professor of Nursing Education



Logos & Mneme

Logos & Mneme
29 November 2012 Huxley Building
Inaugural lecture
Miltos Petridis, Professor of Computer Science



People, Places and Pathogens

People, Places and Pathogens
21 June 2012 Huxley Building
Inaugural lecture
Huw Taylor, Professor of Microbial Ecology



Secret World - Biomaterials

Electronic Architectures: organising vehicle sub-systems
15 March 2012 Huxley Building
Inaugural lecture
Elias Stipidis, Professor in Vetronics



Secret World - Biomaterials

Secret World - Biomaterials
1 December 2011 Huxley Building
Inaugural lecture
Matteo Santin, Professor in Tissue Regeneration



Like the deserts miss the rain

Like the deserts miss the rain
17 November 2011 Huxley Building
Inaugural lecture
David Nash, Professor of Physical Geography



Personalised treatment of breast cancer

Personalised treatment of breast cancer
8 November 2011 Chowen Lecture Theatre
Inaugural lecture
Peter Schmid, Chair in Cancer Medicine



Knowledge and belief

Knowledge and belief: the immorality of capitalism
19 May 2011 Checkland Building
Inaugural lecture
Bob Brecher, Professor of Moral Philosophy



A tale of two Peters

A tale of two Peters
12 May 2011 Sallis Benney Theatre
Brighton Festival Fringe event
Best selling crime author and honorary graduate of the university Peter James and Professor Peter Squires discuss crime, criminals and justice.



Welfare and Wellbeing in an age of responsibility

Welfare and Wellbeing in an age of responsibility
28 April 2011 Westlain House
Inaugural lecture
David Taylor, Professor of Social Theory and Social Policy



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