Join us for an open house of the first Studiolab, a full-year interdisciplinary graduate course addressing access to archival materials from the Jack Willis and Henry Hampton collections of civil rights documentary film projects, and to movement history more broadly.
Thinking through access to these materials and stories, the Studiolab students have used an array of archival sources to teach a research methods course at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center through WashU’s Prison Education Project.
The event will take place at the Lewis Collaborative at 725 Kingsland, steps north of the University City Public Library in the Delmar Loop. Parking is free at the north entrance of the building, and a shuttle is available for easy transport from the Mallinckrodt Bus Plaza on the main campus.
All are welcome!
Please email Meredith Kelling (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.