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Museum Rotterdam

Representing superdiversity by Nicole van Dijk

Approaches and participatory processes of representing Rotterdam’s diversity


Approaches and participatory processes of representing Rotterdam's diversity in the making of exhibitions at Museum Rotterdam

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Curator at Museum Rotterdam


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