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Teaching in Musealized Religious Spaces.

Lessons from an Amsterdam Seminar.

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Teaching in Musealized Religious Spaces.

Lessons from an Amsterdam Seminar.

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The changing position of religion in today's society and the declining familiarity with religious practices make the interpretation of religious heritage a challenging responsibility for heritage professionals. This chapter describes how the Reinwardt Academy prepares its students for this challenge. As part of the Cultural Heritage & Religion course, the students developed an interpretive intervention in two musealized religious spaces: Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder, a 17th-century Amsterdam canal house with a hidden Catholic church, and the permanent presentation “Religion” in the former Ashkenazi synagogue complex in Amsterdam, now the Jewish Museum. During the project, the students learned that the tensions between different possible interpretations do not necessarily have to be resolved but can be used as a starting point for dialogue. With a description of the course design and an analysis of the learning outcomes, this chapter provides a blueprint for preparing a new generation of heritage professionals for the field of religious heritage.

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OrganisatieAmsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten
AfdelingReinwardt Academie
PartnersFunding provided by University of Groningen
Gepubliceerd inThe Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Heritage in Contemporary Europe Bloomsbury Academic, London, Pagina's: 427-435
Datum2023-10-30
TypeArtikel
ISBN978-1-3502-5141-0
DOI10.5040/9781350251410.ch-046
TaalEngels

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