Wim Manuhutu (born Vught, the Netherlands, 1959) is a historian, specialized in the modern history of Indonesia. Between 1987 and 2008 he was a member of the board of directors of the Moluccan Historical Museum in Utrecht, focusing on exhibitions, events, and research. He published a number of articles on Moluccan history in both magazines and books.
Since 2009 Wim Manuhutu is the owner/director of Manu2u, a company that organizes cultural projects and events in with various different partners. He is active as a consultant, guest speaker and moderator. He is a guest lecturer at the Amsterdam University College and is working on a PhD thesis on the cultural links between the Netherlands and two of its former colonies, Suriname and Indonesia.
Dr. Sjoerd R. Jaarsma is an anthropologist and historian. He worked as a researcher for universities in the Netherlands and abroad, Between 2000 and 2012 he worked as a project co-ordinator and business manager for Papua Heritage Foundation. Presently he is active as freelance digital heritage consultant and fencing instructor for his own company Schermen&.
Dineke Stam is an historian and exhibition designer. In 2010, 2012 and 2013 she desigined exhibitions on slavery for NiNsee, the Municipal Museum Tilburg and the Noord-Holland Archive. She worked for the Anne Frank House and for the Netherlands Museum Association as a project manager Intercultural Programmes Heritage. Since 2005 she is active as a self-employed researcher, designer and consultant in the cultural and heritage sectors.
Dr. Dienke Hondius is an historian, working as an associate professor of contemporary history at the Free University Amsterdam. She is also active as a staff member at the Anne Frank House. Her research focuses on the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, racism, colonial history, history of slavery, and related themes.
Jennifer Tosch is a cultural heritage historian and entrepeneur. She is the founder of Black Heritage Tours in Amsterdam, Brussels & New York State
Nancy Jouwe is a cultural historian and has worked 20+ years in the NGO sector as a managing director and curator on the crossroads of women’s rights, transnational movements, and art, culture and heritage.
As a researcher, curator & projectmanager she focuses on cultural & social movements in postcolonial Netherlands and lectures at the Willem de Kooning Academy, Amsterdam University College and CIEE.
Inge Zwart did a master in Public Humanities at Brown University, with a focus on public display and discussion of contested histories and the intersection of public humanities and social justice activism. Before moving to the United States, Inge studied at University College Roosevelt where she worked on the public history of slavery in Middelburg. In the Fall of 2018 she will start her PhD research.