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Decoloniality and heritage: interviews in American anthropologist

As part of Special Section of the American Anthropologist on decoloniality and heritage, we conducted three interviews with Brennen Ferguson (Haudenosaunee Confederacy), Carine Ayélé Durand (Museum of Ethnography, Geneva) and Webber Ndoro (former DG of ICCROM) to provide hands-on insights from an indigenous representative, a museum professional and the international heritage sphere. All are Open Access. Keep an eye out for more news soon including articles by Interface Commission members and others as part of a set of dialogues curated by the University of Geneva (Geneva Heritage Lab) and the University of Exeter.

“It comes down to dealing with people”: A conversation with Brennen Ferguson, Haudenosaunee Confederacy

Decolonializing a museum of ethnography? A conversation with Carine Ayélé Durand, director of the Museum of Ethnography in Geneva

“Heritage is about today, it's not about what happened in the past”: A conversation with Webber Ndoro, Director General of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

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