The British Library has a new curator for Dutch language collections. Marja Kingma is a Dutch librarian and has worked with the British Library since 2008.
She is responsible for maintaining, expanding and promoting the collections from 1500 until the present, which cover all subjects in the Humanities as published in the Netherlands and Flanders. Frisian and Afrikaans are also covered. Marja has 30 years experience in library and information management, 13 of which in the UK. Outside the BL she is active in the London Information and Knowledge Exchange, of which she is co-founder. She lives in Rochester, Kent and loves nature as much as culture.
More information can be found in her profile on LinkedIn.