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14th February 2018
GRAFFITI from the streets of Greece painted during the violent protests against austerity has been brought to the University of Chichester for a world-first exhibition. On the Streets of Athens: Art, Protest, Political Crisis explores the use of street art as a means of political dissent,...
15th November 2017
A UNIQUE book expressing contemporary Palestinian experience from war-torn Gaza to the Australian diaspora has been produced in part by a University of Chichester lecturer with the intention of creating a poetic conversation between Palestine and the English-speaking world. A Blade of Grass: New...
10th November 2017
The Chinese scholar leading a new generation of students capivated by the author's seductive novels and influential legacy Just one novel by Iris Murdoch was all it took for Chinese scholar Jennifer Yue to decide to journey thousands of miles from home and dedicate her career to the work of the...
1st November 2017
MEN are on average 20 per cent less likely than women to seek prompt medical help when they need it and rates of suicide and depression are increasing across Europe, a study has found. An innovative cross-border project, Step By Step (SBS), has been granted European Union funding to help address...
22nd June 2017
The University of Chichester has been awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The Silver award recognises that we consistently deliver high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher...
9th June 2017
"To understand radicalism we need to look beyond the usual explanations." The University of Chichester academics investigating the complex relationship between religion, politics, and extremism including its affect on the United Kingdom and nations around the world. Questions confronting...
9th June 2017
A BOOK written by a newly-appointed Senior Lecturer of the University of Chichester has been nominated for an international award. Dr Andrew W M Smith, who joined the Department of History and Politics this month, was shortlisted for his text exploring the violent accounts of French militant group...
31st May 2017
Iraqi academic Dr Al-Bazoon witnessed first-hand the invasion of his homeland and the brutal aftermath of a country divided by violence. Here he explains how he is confronting the repercussions of war and terrorism through his innovative research at the University of Chichester. The deafening...
28th April 2017
A PUBLIC history project is calling on Chichester residents and visitors to share their experiences and memories of one of the city’s parks ahead of its centenary. Priory Park Memories is being led by Dr Ross J Wilson, a Senior Lecturer of the University’s Department of History and Politics, and...
28th April 2017
AN OLYMPIC coach of the Japanese judo team has spoken with researchers from the University of Chichester as he prepares for the 2020 Tokyo Games. Yusuke Kanamaru (above centre), himself a former Olympian, spent a day with the Institute of Sport to study best coaching practice as part of his...

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