Romani Studies: Contemporary Trends
Hristo Kyuchukov, Lukasz Kwadrans & Ladislav Fizik (eds.)
Series Editors: Hristo Kyuchukov and Ian Hancock
The second Volume in the Roma Series edited by Hristo Kyuchukov, Lukasz Kwadrans & Ladislav Fizik “Romani Studies: Contemporary Trends”, gives an overview of projects and research findings in Europe. The book presents a picture of new developments in the field of Romani studies during the last 5 years.
The collection contents articles in the field of Romani linguistics, education of Roma children, Ethnology and Musicology. The authors of the papers are well known experts in the field of Romani Studies: Ian Hancock, Peter Bakker, Nadezhda Demeter, Hristo Kyuchukov, Elena Marushiakova, Vesselin Popov, Katalin Kovalcsik, Anna Racova, William New, Likasz Kwadrans, Milan Samko, Jaroslav Balvin.
Contents: Peter Bakker: A text in Romani from 1622 - Ian F. Hancock: The American Hungarian-Slovak Romani - Lukasz Kwadrans: Romani language as an element of identity and internal differences - Hristo Kyuchukov: Romani language education in Bulgaria - Anna Racova: Slovak language and Slovak Romani - Надежда Деметер: Российские Рома и интеграция - Lukasz Kwadrans: Romani language as an element of identity and internal differences - Hristo Kyuchukov: Teaching Roma Holocaust - Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov: Roma university education in Eastern Europе - William New: What languages do you speak? Romani students in Greek classroom - Milan Samko: New trends and innovative strategies in education of the pupils from Romani communities as part of national-scale projects - Katalin Kovalcsik: The Romani Folk Poetry in Hungary - Elena Marushiakova: Roma from Southeastern Europe: living and working in migration - Jaroslav Balvín: The life of Matéo Max-imoff. Denisa Selická, Viera Zozuľaková, Monika Štrbová: Education in Slovakia.
ISBN 9783862886555. Roma 02. 290pp. 2015.