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Title: Translating "hyperdivercity" for the Museum (interview with Nicole van Dijk)
Authors: Carvalho, Ana
Editors: Vlachou, Maria
Keywords: Museum Rotterdam
Nicole van Dijk
cultural diversity
community participation
Authentic Rotterdam Heritage
Rotterdammers and their City
active collection
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Acesso Cultura
Citation: Carvalho, Ana. 2017. “Translating ‘hyperdivercity’ for the Museum (Interview with Nicole van Dijk).” In The Inclusion of Migrants and Refugees: The Role of Cultural Organisations, coord. by Maria Vlachou, 58–64. [s.l.]: Acesso Cultura. ISBN: 978-989-20-7579-2.
Abstract: The Museum Rotterdam has changed from a tra- ditional historical museum (founded in 1905 as the Museum of Antiquities) into the city museum of Rotterdam, featuring interaction and participation as the backbone of its work, where stories about contemporary and historical heritage are being told and shared. The museum reopened in 2016 at a new venue in the centre of Rotterdam, choosing the contemporary transnational city and its diver- sity to be the main focus of its strategies.
ISBN: 978-989-20-7579-2
Type: bookPart
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