Unrechtskontexte (Contexts of Injustice)

The question of how we deal with colonial legacies is one of the topics we are exploring this year, starting with a talk by Dan Hicks. Listen to our most recent Talking Culture podcast episode, where the author and curator talks about events in Europe and North America, from removing statues and un-naming buildings to returning artefacts from colonial museums.

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