Special issue on (inter)cultural heritage and migrants' inclusion

Newly published Special Issue edited by Karolina Nikielska-Sekula and Amandine Desille, and entitled “(Inter)Cultural Heritage and Migrants’ Inclusion”, accessible here
With the aim to analyse the cultural heritage engagement of those who migrate, the authors brought together original empirical examples regarding cases of black heritage in Rio (Håndlykken-Luz) and Amadora (Desille), of (mostly) European and Japanese heritage in São Paulo (Delapace), as well as presenting heritage as a transnational initiative, such as in the case of Norwegian-Polish heritage in Oslo (Nikielska-Sekuła), Dutch-Hindustani heritage in Suriname and the Netherlands (Sengupta), heritage in anti-racist struggles in Dresden (Müller), and the regional heritage of Europe and South Africa (Magazzini). The SI also includes three book reviews. 

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