Shooting the Past
On Friday the MRC ran a session on Archives and Research for Year 10 students taking part in the project Shooting the Past.
Shooting the Past is a collaborative project between UniTracks, and the Departments of History and Film & TV at the University of Warwick. The aim of the project is to create a short documentary on their hometown or area. Last week students taking part came to campus for a 2-day event, and were introduced to the basics of documentary style, film production and archival research.
The films will be screened at a special event in March.
History of Human Rights in Latin America: new module resources
Digitised sources relating to human rights, politics and the labour movement in Latin America during the first half of the 20th century have been added to the MRC's online resources for University of Warwick modules.
Subjects covered by the resource include: Mexico after the revolution, Argentina before and after Peron, and the establishment of the Confederation of Latin American Workers.
Explore the Minority Arts Advisory Service Archive in our new exhibition!
The Modern Records Centre holds publications, photographs, reports and other archive material produced and collected by the Minority Arts Advisory Service (MAAS) between 1976-1995.
Our current exhibition highlights the work of MAAS in Britain and looks at some of the rich cultural and artistic activities the organisation supported during its 20 years of existence.
Our exhibition space is open to all visitors.