In celebration of Christmas, the Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick has curated an exhibition of two of the central elements of the Christmas season besides friends and family—That is food and drink.
The ‘Eat, Drink and Be Merry!’ exhibition includes several pieces of archival documents related to eating and drinking in 20th century Britain. Continue reading Eat, Drink and Be Merry!→
Every October in Britain, we make a special effort to celebrate the contributions that people of African descent have made to British society, contributions so often ignored and excluded from dominant narratives. Across the campus there are different events, talk and exhibitions celebrating Black history month. Amongst these is the interactive exhibition ‘Black British Arts: Digital Exhibition’ curated by the Modern Records Centre (MRC) and on display in the library foyer.
“The sixth former entering university often has difficulty in adjusting to a new academic and social life. Students at the University of Warwick who have experienced the same problem decided to make this film to help…”
The Modern Records Centre recently collaborated with Warwick SU to put on an open education series focusing on issues of racial resistance, including a panel talk discussing ‘Why Is My Curriculum White?’. Maahwish Mirza, the SU Education Officer, blogs about why asking these questions and hosting this series is so important…