The zine will be an epochal capturing of the events and collective history of the past 70 years of The Tavistock Institute. It has been produced by three previous apprentices of TIHR as a continuation of their engagement with the archive project. It will be distributed at each of the events taking place over the course of the celebrations.
The zine will give an insight into the material available in The Tavistock Institute archives which are housed by the Wellcome Library. If you have any questions about this self-published zine, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nick Preston is a part-time Research Administrator at The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations who writes short blog pieces about politics, anthropology, art and animals and other things he’s probably unqualified to talk about. Recently, it took John Berger’s death to incite him into making reading habitual. The bulk of his time is taken up by studying Anthropology at Goldsmiths.
Pauline Meyer is a part-time Project Administrator at The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. She works across the full scope of the Institute’s activities: from supporting professional development programmes and research to leading a strategic initiative. Pauline is also studying for a BSc in Psychology at King’s College London.
Hannah Walsh is one of the Institute’s apprentices. Since joining in 2015 she has been working on the archive project on the communications team and has been on secondment at the Wellcome Trust as the archive project assistant. In September Hannah will be leaving her role at the Institute to pursue her studies of BA History of Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies.