Facing Germany’s colonial heritage: It’s ‘detective work’ Edited by walterp on March 7, 2017. Posted in Kultur Print | EmailDeutsche Welle sat down to chat with Inés de Castro, a social anthropologist and ethnologist of German-Argentinean descent who has been director of the Stuttgart-based Linden Museum since 2010. Please click here for the full story Related NewsSwiss conductor appointed chief of Vienna State Opera‘Meistersinger’ give downbeat in Bayreuth as festival examines its Nazi pastEighty years ago: How ‘degenerate art’ purges devastated Germany’s museumsThe art of tragedy: 150 years of Käthe KollwitzNew York Philharmonic conductor will become head of Hamburg orchestraShare Trackback from your site. Leave a comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.