Centre for Continuing Education (CCE)

Scope and Content

Papers relating to the Centre for Continuing Education. It should be noted that the Centre for Continuing Education is now called the Centre for Community Engagement.

Centenary Lectures: Papers relating to the Centenary Lectures series, which ran from 1970 - 1977. Each file contains invitations and correspondence to each lecture; there are also transcripts of several of the lectures. The lectures were given by various faculty members, including Asa Briggs, Quentin Bell, John Maynard-Smith, David Daiches, Donald Winch and John Burrow.

Pelham Lectures: Correspondence and other material relating to the Pelham Lectures series, which ran from 1965 - 1975. The lectures were given by a variety of guests, including Sir John Betjeman, Sir Kenneth Clark and Sir John Summerson.

Professorial Inaugural Lectures: Invitations and correspondence relating to the Professorial Inaugural Lectures. Papers of 25 lectures are held in this file, which cover a large range of topics including biochemistry, psychology, anthropology, international relations, astronomy and art.

Special Lectures: Correspondence and papers relating to the Special Lectures Series 1970 - 1978. Correspondence and planning material from individual lectures is included, as well as minutes from the committees involved in planning the overall series.

Special Lectures/Other Lectures: Papers relating to lectures held at the University, including the Special Lectures, Chaplaincy Lectures, Prof. Norman Cohn Lectures and the Kingsley Martin Memorial Lectures. There are also posters from lectures held before 1973.

Annual Reports/Course Guides: Promotional material (fliers, guides, prospectuses) and reports for CCE, 1969 - 1991.

Publications/Guides and Academic Audit Committee: Various publications and information relating to CCE, including prospectuses from 1999 - 2005; correspondence and reports from the CCE Academic Audit Committee, 1996 - 2002.

Access Information

Donated to the University of Sussex Library by Professor Fred Gray in May 1990.

Other Finding Aids

An online catalogue is available on The Keep's website .

Conditions Governing Use

COPIES FOR PRIVATE STUDY: Subject to copyright, conditions imposed by owners and protecting the documents, digital copies can be made.

PUBLICATION: A reader wishing to publish material in the collection should contact the Head of Special Collections, in writing. The reader is responsible for obtaining permission to publish from the copyright owner.

Custodial History

Donated to the University of Sussex Library by Professor Fred Gray in May 1990.