Free Entry Tate Modern Workshop

The Production of Truth, Justice and Histories With University of Warwick

Courtesy of the Howard League Archives held at the Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick.

Join us for workshops, debates and performances exploring how justice, truth and history have been produced over time

What is truth? Whose knowledge and stories count? What does justice mean to you? How do these questions relate to authority and power?

Thinking of truth, justice and history as being ‘produced’ can raise many, sometimes uneasy, questions. Exploring research that spans centuries and countries, discover the heart of these concepts, share your ideas, and be entertained.

This event is programmed by University of Warwick, a Tate Exchange Associate.

About University of Warwick

The University of Warwick is a world-leading university with the highest academic and research standards. But we’re not letting the story end there. That’s because we’re a place of possibility. We’re always looking for new ways to make things happen.

Whether you’re a dedicated student, an innovative lecturer or an ambitious company, Warwick provides a tireless yet supportive environment in which you can make an impact. Our students, alumni and staff are consistently making an impact – the kind that changes lives, whether close to home or on a global scale.

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13 June 2018 at 12.00–18.00

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