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Equally Different or Differently Equal ; an interdisciplinary Approach to Universalism and Relativism and its functioning in the Dutch National History Museum

By Lieke Wijnia

Abstract

This thesis analyses the most important underlying processes of the human rights debate, namely universalism and relativism. These processes are related to the phenomena of identity formation and heritage selection, which are of utmost importance in the field of heritage. The findings on these interrelated subjects are linked to the concept of the future Dutch National History Museum

Topics: Letteren, Human Rights, Identity Formation, Heritage Selection
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.library.uu.nl:1874/23349
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