An Archive of Nobody Famous - Kevin Greenbank



Kevin Greenbank completed a PhD in History in 1998, writing a dissertation on the introduction of apartheid in Cape Town. Since finishing his degree he has worked as the Archivist at the Centre of South Asian Studies. The Centre is a resource for scholars from across the University and has an archive comprising papers, photographs, films and oral history. Much of his work is on the digital preservation and presentation of archive material, in particular film and audio collections, of which the Centre has a large collection, and on which he writes and conducts research.

The links to the guides of the collections mentioned in the interview are available below:

Barlow Family
Sir Edward Benthall
Rai Sahib Ghosh