The Journal of intercultural Studies, Volume 45, Issue 1 (2024) is available online, including a guest editorial, articles and book reviews:


Guest Editorial Introduction: (Inter)Cultural Heritage and Inclusion for Migrants – Bridging the Gap by Amandine Desille & Karolina Nikielska-Sekuła

Heritage of Migrants in a National Museum by Karolina Nikielska-Sekuła

City Branding and Intercultural Heritage in Amadora, Portugal by Amandine Desille

Favela Heritage Practices: Women Warriors’ Struggles for Political Memory and Social Justice in Rio de Janeiro by Åsne Håndlykken-Luz

Migration Museums as Spaces for Intercultural Dialogue: The Museu da Imigração de São Paulo as a Facilitator of Participatory Practices by Andréa Delaplace

United in Diversity? Transnational Heritage in Europe and Southern Africa Between Memory and Anticolonialism by Tina Magazzini

Negotiating Minority Identities in Europe Through Cultural Preservation: Music as Heritage among the Dutch Hindustani Diaspora in the Netherlands by Roshni Sengupta

Heritage Mobilisation as Radical Politics in a Left-Wing Social Movement by Carolin Müller