Institute of Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences
In this context of renewal and historiographical debate, members of the editorial board
of Critical Romani Studies thought it was the time to devote an entire issue to the Roma Holocaust. How
have certain grassroots initiatives impacted scientific research? How have historians taken up critical
theory? And more generally, what is the state of War and Holocaust Studies about Roma and Sinti?
In the book review section, Anna Daróczi reviews the anthology edited by Eliyana Adler and Katerina
Anna Daróczi is a Hungarian Romani feminist activist and an expert in Romani youth issues.
She has a BA in Social Education and an MA in Gender Studies from the Central European
University. Anna was selected for the Humanity in Action-Lantos Fellowship at the U.S. Congress
in 2014. She has been coordinating the Voluntary Service Program of the Phiren Amenca
International Network since September 2016 where she works to empower young Roma in civic
and political participation.