Camila Andrea Malig Jedlicki is a PhD candidate at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry of Utrecht University. Her research investigates how colonial legacies are negotiated by different actors in their pursuit of social justice in European art museums and the influence their involvement has on contesting colonial legacies. It focuses on understanding the role that museums play in confronting coloniality, exploring if and how changes in heritage practices and narratives can address inequalities and promote social change. Her research interests include cultural heritage, social inequality, colonial legacies and decolonisation. She has published several articles on these topics and is the primary editor of the volume Colonial heritage, power and contestation. Negotiating decolonisation in Latin America and the Caribbean. Camila holds a Bachelor in Sociology from Alberto Hurtado University (magna cum laude) and a Research Master in the Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Read More.