Romani History and Culture
Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Dr. Veselin Popov
Hristo Kyuchukov, Sofiya Zahova & Ian Dumunica (eds.)
The new volume of the Roma series entitled “Romani History and Culture” is a Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Dr. Veselin Popov. Experts from different scientific fields doing research on Roma history and culture present the newest findings in this volume. The editors of the volume are Hristo Kyuchukov, Sofiya Zahova and Ian Dumunica.
Life and work of Veselin Popov
Gypsy Slavery in the Medieval Moldavian Historical Documentary Sources
Considerations about the ‘Turkish Gypsies’ as Crypto-Muslims in Wallachia
Turkoman Gypsies in the Balkans: Just a Preferred Identity or More?
Horse-dealers in the Ottoman State
Roma in Serbia during the “Great War”
Romani Activism in Interwar Yugoslavia
Romani women in battles against fascism in Soviet Union (1941-1945)
Hungarian Gypsy Musician’s National Federation 1935–1940
The Deportation of the Roma from Romania to Transnistria
The Editor as a Co-author
The Roma Family’s Oral Culture and Folklore and Language Acquisition by Children
Roma, Schooling, and Language Valorisation in Italy: Intercultural Experiences from Florence
Xenophobia, Anti-Semitism and Anti-Romism in the Concept of Polish literature
An Experience of (Not)belonging: Džorevci in Bulgaria
Kai Viljami Åberg
On Multi-Musicality – Collaborative Fieldwork via Musicality Among the Roma in Finland and Elsewhere
Romani Stateless Diaspora: Multiple Homelands, Mobility Inequality and Precarious Citizenship
Relations between Bulgarians and Roma community in Bulgaria
ISBN 9783969390719. Roma 09. 330pp. 2021.