Preserving the Roma Memories
Festschrift in Honor of Dr. Adam Bartosz
Hristo Kyuchukov, Elena Marushiakova, Vesselin Popov (eds)
University of Silesia, University of St. Andrews, University of St. Andrews
The new collection of articles, dealing with the Roma issues is dedicated to the anniversary of Dr. Adam Bartosz. For more than 40 years Dr. Bartosz - a Polish ethnologist, historian and museum worker was doing research and publishing scientific articles on Roma in Poland. From 1980 until 2012 he was the Director of the Regional Museum in Tarnow, Poland and he established the permanent Roma Museum in Poland one of the few Museums on Roma in Europe.
He was the organizer of many cultural and social events strengthening the sense of identity of Polish Roma and promoting cultural diversity, including the "International Roma Remembrance Rolling Stock". All his activities throughout the years were also object of his publications. In 2008 he established the journal “Studia Romologica”, and he is the editor in chief. His contribution to the field of Romani ethnography and ethnology is especially important.
The life of Adam Bartosz
Elena Marushiakova & Vesselin Popov
The ‘Gypsies’ (Dom – Lom – Rom) In Southern Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan)
The Gypsy woman in the Ottoman Empire during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Dangerous encounters. "Gypsies" and Gadže sharing space
Repressive-assimilationist policy towards the Roma population in Croatia during World War II
René Lužica & Karol Janas
Persecutions of Roma -Romani Holocaust in Slovakia
Between oblivion and recognition: the commemorating Roma suffering in Croatia during the Second World War’
On liquid ethnicity - Roma identity as a category of praxis in late-modern Slovakia
Kai Viljami Åberg
Why we non-Roma are interested about the Roma – some issues of personal orientation and research ethics
Ana Belén Martín Sevillano
The Emergence Of The Hispano-Romani Literature: Memory And Cultural Identity
Going digital: Romani literature in digital formats
Ornithological details of the gospel translations into Russian and Romani: sparrow (passer domesticus)
Olga Magano and Maria Manuela Mendes
Ciganos, families and social policies in Portugal: what has changed in the Ciganos attitude towards school?
“Amare mule: The funeral ceremonies in different Roma groups.
ISBN 9783862902187. Roma 07. 260pp. 2020.