Joëlla van Donkersgoed

 
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Rutgers University

Joëlla van Donkersgoed is a Ph.D candidate in program for Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHAPS) at the department of Art History of Rutgers University. Her dissertation research focuses on the contemporary heritage interpretations by the local community of the Banda Islands in Indonesia. She is also engaged in the multiple projects that are aimed to increase heritage awareness for a domestic and international public, through the restoration activities of Dutch colonial architecture as well as the efforts to enlist the site as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

COUNTRIES OF INTEREST:

Indonesia

TOPICS:

Human Rights

Politics

Society

 
 
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