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Wim Manuhutu

Wim Manuhutu
Wim Manuhutu

was born in 1959 in the Moluccan camp Lunetten near Vught and raised in the Moluccan neighbourhood in Leerdam. He studied history at the University of Utrecht, specializing in the history of the Moluccans. Since 1987 Manuhutu has been a member of the management of the Moluccan Museum in Utrecht. He has published various articles on Moluccan history and culture and co-edited a number of anthologies: Tijdelijk verblijf. De opvang van Molukkers in 1951 (1991) (Temporary Stay. The Reception of Moluccans in 1951) and Sedjarah Maluku. Molukse geschiedenis in Nederlandse bronnen (1992) (Sedjarah Maluku. Moluccan History in Dutch Sources).

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  • Winternachten 2007

    Art Deco(lonization)

    With: Katinka van Heeren, Wim Manuhutu

    From Batavia to Jakarta in art and history. The Dutch Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) and Winternachten presented a programme with poetry, prose, music and film on the most important period in the common history of Indonesia and the Netherlands: decolonization. A period in which major political upheavals rapidly succeeded each other. Artists from both countries expressed their individual experiences of the decolonization in poetry, prose and images. Old and young looked back in unison. Dutch spoken.