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Legacy expo + lectures: NDUNGU MAKARA

NDUNGU MAKARA
CHILDREN OF THE IYONDA LEPROSY VILLAGE IN DR CONGO

A partial output of the cross-faculty and participatory research project IYONDA@lab: collaborative & difficult heritage

This research is part of Marc Dujardin’s arCsus Lab assignment and academic contributions to the (contested) LEGACY’s commitment.

In addition to the CROSS-FACULTY elective DESIGN ANTHROPOLOGY, a new output of the interdisciplinary collaboration between Patrick Devlieger (Faculty of Social Sciences) and Marc Dujardin.

This project also fits within the scope of our DAMIEN RESEARCH FUND and within the objectives of KU LEUVEN ENGAGE. Below the link to our NDUNGO MAKARA: Children of the Iyonda Leprosy Village in DR Congo
Curators Prof. Patrick De Vlieger and Prof. dr. Marc Dujardin

Venue: Campus Library Arenberg – Willem de Croylaan 6 B-3001 Heverlee-Leuven, (for access, see more info here)

INVITATION

Read more here (pdf)

Dates and opening hours March 17 – April 30: Mon-Thur: 8.30-22.00 / Fri 8.30-17.30 / Sat 8.30-13.00
May 2 – June 30: Monday to Sunday 8.00-24.00 hrs

Admission: free
Lectures on March 22, April 19, and May 24 from 17h to 19h.
Venue : 2 Bergen Library, Nicholas de le Ville room, Willem de Croylaan 6 B-3001 Heverlee-Leuven. For more information : prof. P. Devlieger, patrick.devlieger@kuleuven.be