2022 Annual Meeting of the Gypsy Lore Society and Conference on Romani Studies

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convenor of thematic panel Roma in the Period between WWI and WWII in which participated:
Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov. Roma civil emancipation before WWII. National and transnational dimensions.
Yücel Meheroglu. The migration policy of the Young Turks regarding Ottoman and “Foreign” Gypsies (1908 –1912).
Lambros Baltsiotis. Citizenship and statelessness of Gypsies in Interwar Greece.
Nenad Lajbenšperger, The immovable cultural heritage of the Republic of Serbia and its connection to Roma.
Plamena Stoyanova. Leaders among the Gypsies/Roma of Bulgaria in the years between the two World Wars.
Raluca Bianca Roman. Forgotten pioneers? Roma civic emancipation and the role of Finnish Kaale women in the mobilisation of Finnish Roma at the start of the 20th century.
Magdalena Slavkova. Romani women’s Evangelical activities in interwar Bulgaria.
Jekatyerina Dunajeva. The role of Churches in Roma education – faith-based schooling and Roma Identity in interwar Hungary.
Tamás Hajnáczky. Károly Bura – Gypsy first violinist, activist, revisionist, and visionist.
Ion Duminica. Roma nomads’ way of life as reflected in three Romanian interbellum periodicals in contrast to contemporary testimonies.
Petre Matei. The discourse of the Roma activists towards slavery in interwar Romania
Alexander V. Chernykh. The Kalderash Gypsies of Russia in the repressive policies of the Soviet state in the 1930s.
Dmitriy Vaiman. The organisation of collective farms by Roma nomads during the period of Collective farm construction in the 1930s using the example of the collective farm “Krasny Vostok” of the Bashkir ASSR .
Milada Závodská. The aspects of the institutional education of Roma in interwar Czechoslovakia and their related connections in the social standing of Romani families.
Lada Viková. Ethical issues of the historical research of the Roms living in the Czech Republic between WWI and WWII.

Period28 Sept 202230 Sept 2022
Event typeConference
LocationBelgrade, SerbiaShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational