Juliana Ribeiro da Silva Bevilacqua

Juliana Ribeiro da Silva Bevilacqua (Dr.) is an associate professor and Queen's National Scholar in the Arts and Visual Culture of Africa and the African Diaspora at Queen's University. Her doctoral research at the University of Sao Paulo focused on the relationship between local chiefs and the Museu do Dundo during Angola's colonial era (1936-1961). She has done curatorial and research work in different museums in Brazil to explore and share African art and Afro-Brazilian art collections.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural Studies, Cultural Theory

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The Post/Colonial Museum

Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften, Issue 2/2021

How do museum practitioners in Africa overcome the colonial heritage of their institutions? Which significance do diasporic objects and the prospect of restitution have? An issue of the ZfK on the current debate about the decolonization of museums.

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