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Politics of multilingualism in Roma education in early Soviet Union and its current projections
(2017-12-22) - Journal article
This article presents the history of the politics of multilingualism (or lack thereof) in regard to Roma (formerly known as “Gypsies”). In the 1920s and 1930s in the newly established Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, ...
Migration vs. inclusion : Roma mobilities from East to West
(2018-09-06) - Journal article
Historically the Balkan region is known as producing the East-West European Roma migrations and the current Roma mobility is not an exception. The Roma migrations, which already became topical nowadays, prompted policy ...
In search of social contract : Roma in 20th-21st centuries
(2017-05-13) - Journal article
The whole history of Roma reflects the constant quest to find a "good place for life." For achieving this goal two possible ways are used consequently or simultaneously. In attempt to secure their well-beings some Roma ...
Pamiatke Nikolaja Bessonova
(2018-09-05) - Journal item
Orientalism in Romani studies : the case of Eastern Europe
(Lincom Europa, 2017-11) - Book item
The article offers an critical analysis of the current state of the academic approaches in the field of Romani studies through prism of Orientalist approach not only toward research subject but also towards Romani scholars ...
ВАЛЕРИЙ САНАРОВ – ЖИЗНЬ, ТВОРЧЕСТВО, ЛЕГЕНДЫ
(2016-12-03) - Journal article
The article presents the life and scientific work of V. I. Sanarov, scholar in the field of Gypsy studies, who actively worked in the 1960s and 1970s. This was a difficult period in the development of Gypsy studies in ...
Gypsy guilds (esnafs) on the Balkans
(Lincom Europa, 2016-11-20) - Book item
Unlike Central and Western Europe, where the access of Gypsies to the professional guilds of the local population was denied for centuries, in the conditions of Ottoman Empire the participation in guilds of Gypsies, who ...
Letter from ‘one Egyptian’ : first historical evidence of aspirations for civil emancipation
(Gypsy Lore Society, 2016-11-26) - Conference item
In 1867 in the Bulgarian newspaper “Macedonia”, printed in Istanbul, was published a reader's letter, signed with the pseudonym “one Egyptian”. At that time, on the Balkans the name "Egyptians" (Γυφτοι, Egyuptsi, Gyupti, ...
Rethinking Roma holocaust : victims or/and victors
(UNIVERSITAS: Krakow, 2017-10-26) - Conference item