Issue No.7 (21)/2016 Envisioning Roma feminism

Envisioning Roma Feminism

Editorial: Envisioning Roma Feminism
The Racialization of Roma in the New Europe and the Potential of Romani Women
Carmen GHEORGHE (Co-cordinator)
E-Romnja Association for promoting Roma women's rights
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Roma women's marginalities in the recognition struggles of a Hungarian Roma Women’s NGO
Ildikó Asztalos MORELL
Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies
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Empowering Roma Women in Romania - Gender and/or Ethnicity
Diana Elena NEAGA (Co-coordinator)
Nicolae Titulescu University  
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L'émancipation de la femme dans la société rom traditionnelle de Roumanie
Centre Culturel Maison de la Création, Bruxelles
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The racialization of Roma in the new Europe ans the political potential of Romani women
Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
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The Critical Ones: Another Tale of Slavery
Open Society Institute
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Words that don’t come easy. Intersectional and post-colonial feminist understandings about Roma in East-European societies
University of Applied Sciences and Art - Western Switzerland, Geneva
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Queen of Sheba.
Would rethinking the Quranic story support female public leadership in Islam?
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
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Gypsy Economy: Romani Livelihoods and Notions of Worth in the 21st Century
Edited by Micol Brazzabeni, Manuela Ivone Cunha & Martin Fotta
(Published by Berghahn Books, 2016)
Book review by Elena Popa,
Indiana University Bloomington
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Proud to be Roma
By Anina Ciuciu (Published by PadoraM, 2014)
Book review by Simona-Maria Chirciu, Ph.D. Candidate
National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Romania
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