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7th February 2019
Research shows that the relationship between pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and comics’ ‘strip men’ was more complex and collaborative than previously thought The relationship between pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and the creators of comics was famously fraught, with accusations of imitation and idea-...
4th February 2019
THE little-known history of the comic book genre and its association with 1960s pop artists including Roy Lichtenstein will be revisited at the University of Chichester this week. Professor Hugo Frey, a world-renowned expert on the graphic novel, will be speaking on comic culture at an open...
30th January 2019
    THE HISTORY of how golf helped to shape one of Britain's most iconic seaside towns has been revealed in a new study by the University of Chichester. Bournemouth’s tourism trade boomed in the late nineteenth century due to the popularity of the game, according to academic Paul Wheeler, a senior...
25th January 2019
Children’s drawings are used as a communication tool in a number of professional/therapeutic settings They help a range of professionals to understand how a child is feeling The study’s findings show that children vary how they draw themselves depending on the profession of the audience, and...
21st January 2019
The study is the first to identify distinct subgroups of psychological flexibility Psychological flexibility is a core element of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy The findings will help clinicians to better tailor therapies to the needs of their clients Tailored therapies are more likely to...
21st January 2019
    UNIVERSITY of Chichester's Professor Stephen Baysted has composed the music for TV chef Tom Kerridge’s latest series, Fresh Start. The six-part series airs on Wednesdays on BBC2 and on Saturdays on BBC1. In the series, celebrity Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge mentors a group of people to...
21st January 2019
  THE LIFE and work of renowned poet John Keats has been celebrated by academics from the University of Chichester. Dramatic readings about the short, tragic, but productive life of the author were given by tutors from the department of the Humanities to mark 200-year anniversary of the writer....
18th January 2019
  GAME OF THRONES star Maisie Williams is visiting the University of Chichester next week to talk about her career in some of the world’s biggest television shows. The award-winning actress, who also had a recurring role in Doctor Who, will be speaking to the University’s Department of Dance on...
18th January 2019
THE HEAD of the University of Chichester’s Business School has been appointed to the Coastal West Sussex Partnership to help tackle economic issues affecting the south of England. Professor Dave Cooper will become a board member for the organisation, which is a collective of senior leaders from...
16th January 2019
Project is the first nationwide study of prevalence of child maltreatment in Australia Damage caused by maltreatment in childhood continues into adulthood Findings from the study will provide evidence for public health services around the world to enhance prevention and care A University of...

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