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Research group coordinators

Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture

These scholars are the coordinators of the research groups of the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture.

Prof. dr. N.D. (Nanci) Adler

Oral History

Prof. dr. M. (Marijke) Gnade

Material Culture and the Past

Dr. M.H.E. (Mirjam) Hoijtink

Presenting Cultural Heritage

Prof. W.M.H. (Wim) Hupperetz

Virtual Museum Research

Prof. dr. E.A. (Lisa) Kuitert

Books as Cultural Intermediary

Prof. dr. R. (Rob) van der Laarse

Country-House Culture: History, Heritage & Representation; Dynamics of Memory: WWII Heritage & Memory in the Netherlands in an International Context; Terrorscapes: Transnational Memory in Postwar Europe; Landscapes of war, Trauma and Occupation: Painful Heritage and Memory; Making Memories: European Elites, Families & Identities

Prof. dr. C.M.K.E. (Christa-Maria) Lerm-Hayes

Sites of Memory in Contemporary Art

Dr. P.S. (Patricia) Lulof

Architecture of Identities and a 4D Research Lab

Prof. dr. P.J.J. (Peter Jan) Margry

Intangible Culture: The Heritage Dynamics and Politics of Everyday Life

Prof. dr. J.J. (Julia) Noordegraaf

Heritage and Digital Culture

Dr. H. (Hanneke) Ronnes

Country-House Culture: History, Heritage & Representation; Making Memories: European Elites, Families & Identities

Prof. dr. I.A.M. (Ihab) Saloul

Diasporic & Divided Memories; Occupation Heritage: Memory Sites in the Middle East; Post Memories: Intergenerational Narratives of Conflict

Dr. S. (Sanneke) Stigter

Contemporary Art Conservation

Prof. dr. J. (James) Symonds

Conflict Archeology

Prof. F.P.I.M. (Frank) van Vree

Dynamics of Memory: WWII Heritage & Memory in the Netherlands in an International Context

Dr. G.J.M. (Gert Jan) van Wijngaarden

Experiencing the Past: Heritage, Tourism and Intermediality