Searching for embodied experiences of work and labour in the Institute’s archive
Jean Neumann and Antonio Sama trace A.K. Rice’s legacy embedded and captured in articles, books and other source documents.
The Journal as Boundary Object
Alice White’s lunchtime talk provides insight into the people, processes, challenges and opportunities behind the Civil Resettlement Units of the 1940s.
This talk explores the ways in which Harold Bridger shaped the history, memory, and identity of the Tavistock Institute between the years 1947 and c.1990
A record of events that took place as part of ‘Reimagining Human Relations in Our Time’, a festival celebrating 70 years of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, which took place in October 2017.
We invite you to consider yourself as part of our popular Food for Thought lunchtime talk series.
Informal sessions that take place on the third Wednesday of each month, between 1 pm – 2.30 pm in our London workspace. The intention is to provide a space for debate and reflection between Tavistock staff, those who are or have been collaborating with us and other interested researchers and practitioners.
The archive project aims to celebrate and re imagine the 75-plus years work of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations by making its archival material accessible and engaging newly with it.
Exploring the role of art in activism at the Art of Management and Organisation Conference.
A Wellcome Trust funded archival project to catalogue the records of Harold Bridger (1909-2005).
Working with the digital archives of the Leicester Conference, a post by Karen Kiss.
Antonio Sama relates how the archive inspired a new relationship with his mentor.
I have been thinking about salt a lot recently. Maybe a strange way to start a blog for the TIHR Archive Project but actually there are many connections between the qualities of salt and the archive.