It is the arts and humanities that give us our cultural wealth, and those who study them learn to look at things differently.
The College of Arts and Humanities at Brighton is a platform for education, research and community engagement that extends into and beyond the city, developing opportunities around the highest levels of practice. Here, the best traditions of the independent art college meet the best traditions of the multi-disciplinary university.
Read more about our ethos and objectives as scholarly practitioners and researchers in the arts and humanities.
The College of Arts and Humanities is a key part of cultural life in Brighton. With a city centre venue, gallery and theatre, we connect with the region's scholars, researchers, artists and designers in many ways as well as providing a nationally reputed base for courses across the cultural disciplines.
Graham Dawson's co-edited The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain: Impacts, Engagements,
Exploring the weird and enchanting in UK museum collections
New humanities series focuses on contemporary, real-world issues.
The University of Brighton Design Archives has retained its place among
Pantomime heralds new partnership with LGBT organisations
The Northern Ireland Troubles In Britain: Impacts, Engagements, Legacies and Memories
Dr Claudia Kappenberg returns as guest editor to the journal she
Local music and singing activities linked to better wellbeing, evaluation of
Telling the story of experimental film-making in Brighton & Hove
On show at Museum of English Rural Life