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A Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (JPICH-CHIP) | 2021-2024 | A Dutch-French-British research consortium, led by Barbara Titus and meLê yamomo (University of Amsterdam), has received a grant for a three-year project (2021-2024) entitled Decolonizing Southeast Asian Sound Archives (DeCoSEAS).

The project renegotiates established understandings of heritage curation by disclosing three unique sound collections, located in Europe, with extremely rare music and sound from Southeast Asia (SEA). These collections have worldwide fame in terms of their quality, quantity and diversity, but are barely accessible.

Dr. B. (Barbara) Titus

Faculty of Humanities

Capaciteitsgroep Muziekwetenschap

Dr. M.J. (meLê) Yamomo

Faculty of Humanities

Theatre Studies