Drs. Pim (W.) Westerkamp
Pim Westerkamp is the curator of Southeast Asia and an expert on Indonesian material culture and (colonial) history, the history of collections and ethical issues. Since 2005 he is curator of Southeast Asia in the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam and since the merger for the National Museum of Worldcultures. Prior to this he worked for fourteen years as a curator Indonesia at the Museum Nusantara in Delft.
- 2015. Ethnicity or Culture, The Career of Mannequins in (Post)Colonial Displays, in Susan Legêne, Bambang Purwanto & Henk Schulte Nordholt, Sites, Bodies and Stories, imagining Indonesian history, Singapore, National University of Singapore Press
- 2012. Domestic Life in: Janneke van Dijk, Rob Jongmans, Anouk Mansfeld, Steven Vink en Pim Westerkamp with Wimo Ambala Bayang, Historical photographs in the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, KIT Publishers
- 2011. Articles in Janneke van Dijk, Susan Legêne, The Netherlands Indies in the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, KIT Publishers
- 2009. From Singa to Naga Padoha, the making of a magical creature in Journal ‘Indonesia and the Malay world’ vol. 37 (2009), issue 108 (July), 163-181