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Jan Ort (Faculty of Arts, Charles University): ‘We weren’t nomadic gypsies but old settlers!’ Belonging and mobility of the Roma in eastern Slovakia

Jan Ort (Faculty of Arts, Charles University): ‘We weren’t nomadic gypsies but old settlers!’ Belonging and mobility of the Roma in eastern Slovakia

Discussant: Pavel Baloun (Faculty of Humanities, Charles University) Taking a microhistorical approach, the article focuses on the implementation of the central policies of socialist Czechoslovakia that aimed to regulate...

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Research Workshop: Memory and Recognition of the Nazi Genocide of Roma in the Baltic Context

Research Workshop: Memory and Recognition of the Nazi Genocide of Roma in the Baltic Context

16 June 2021

Research Workshop  Memory and Recognition of the Nazi Genocide of Roma in the Baltic Context  16 June 2021 (Online via Zoom)  10:00-10:15 am  Welcome by Volha Bartash (IOS Regensburg) and Neringa Latvyte (Vilnius...

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Book Launch – Protected Children, Regulated Mothers

Book Launch – Protected Children, Regulated Mothers

25 May 2021

Protected Children, Regulated Mothers - Gender and the “Gypsy Question” in State Care in Postwar Hungary, 1949–1956 (CEU Press, 2021) examines child protection in Stalinist Hungary as a part of twentieth-century East...

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Ari Joskowicz (Vanderbilt University): Reckoning with the Romani and Jewish Holocaust in Europe, 1979 to today

Ari Joskowicz (Vanderbilt University): Reckoning with the Romani and Jewish Holocaust in Europe, 1979 to today

Discussant: Ljiljana Radonić (Austrian Academy of Sciences) In the first session of the Romani History Workshop, the participants will read and discuss a pre-circulated paper by Ari Joskowicz. The paper is the seventh...

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The Romani Holocaust and its Aftermath: Gendered Perspectives

The Romani Holocaust and its Aftermath: Gendered Perspectives

15 December 2020

Applications are invited for an Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC DTP-funded Collaborative Doctoral Award at the University of Cambridge, in partnership with The Wiener Holocaust Library, London. For further details on how...

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The annual traditional commemorative ceremony at Lety u Písku

The annual traditional commemorative ceremony at Lety u Písku

2 August 2020

The annual traditional commemorative ceremony at Lety u Písku, which is always held on 13 May, will be postponed this year to 2 August 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is organized by Čeněk Růžička,...

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