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Co-founding and managing editors
Danielle N. Carter, Copyeditor specialised in arts and culture, Netherlands. Email: email@example.com
Lorna Cruickshanks, Independent consultant specialised in heritage, community engagement and participation, Netherlands. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also involved in editorial decisions and processes, the Editorial Collective is made up of a group of researchers and reflective practitioners actively involved in this field of work within the culture and heritage sectors globally. They work at academic institutions, heritage organisations, and cultural or arts centres.
Azadeh Arjomand Kermani, Lecturer, Cultural Geography Group at Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands
Christine Gerbich, PhD candidate at Humboldt University; researcher, Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage, Germany
Esmee Schoutens, Independent researcher and curator, Netherlands
Kayte McSweeney, Independent Consultant: Participation, Audience Research and Evaluation, Community Engagement and Community Partnerships Manager: Participation and Collections, British Museum, UK
Lisa Whittle, Freelance strategy and concept development in digital heritage, Netherlands
Liselore Tissen, PhD-candidate Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society & Delft University of Technology; Face of Science - KNAW, Netherlands
Merel van der Vaart, City History Curator, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Netherlands
Setareh Noorani, Researcher at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam; artist in different collecties; architect, Netherlands
Simon Makuvaza, Research Fellow in the Faculty of the Built Environment at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Zimbabwe
Siân Hunter Dodsworth, Researcher, Evaluator & Project Coordinator for museums and art galleries, Mexico
Alongside the Editorial Collective, an Advisory Collective ensures Culture Caleidoscoop works to achieve its ambitions and remains value-driven.
Anna Elffers, Researcher and Advisor, Cultuur & Publiek, Netherlands
Eliza Steinbock, Associate Professor Gender and Diversity Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Maastricht University, Netherlands
Emily Pringle, Head of Research, Tate, UK
Emilie Sitzia, Associate Professor at the Department of History at Maastricht University and Professor of Illustration at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; scientific director of the Arts, Sciences and Society research programme, Institute for Advanced Study in Marseille, France
Hanna Lämsä, Executive Director at Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes, Finland
Menno Welling, Head of the master programme Applied Museum and Heritage Studies and the Heritage Lab, Reinwardt Academie, Netherlands
Veerle Spronck, Senior Researcher, HKU University of the Arts; independent podcastmaker, Netherlands
Vivian van Saaze, Associate Professor Museum Studies and Conservation Theory, Programme Director Master's Arts and Heritage / Kunst, Cultuur en Erfgoed, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University, Netherlands