Prague Forum for Romani Histories

Romani History Workshop 2022

The Romani History Workshop hosts online in-depth discussions of pre-circulated unpublished texts, such as thesis chapters, draft papers, and book chapters. Our goal is to bring together specialists in Romani history and scholars in related historiographical fields to provide collective feedback to historiographical works-in-progress in an engaged, constructively critical, and supportive environment.

The workshop is organized by Renata Berkyová from Prague Forum for Romani Histories and Théophile Leroy, and Vita Zalar, PhD students from Paris, and Ljubljana.
If you wish to submit a paper for one of the upcoming workshop sessions or have any other questions, you can reach us at berkyova@usd.cas.cz,theophile.leroy@ehess.fr, or vita.zalar@zrc-sazu.si.

Contributions by PhD students and early-career scholars are especially welcome.




“Towards the state of exception: Roma in Polish police journals in 1920–1939”

19 January 2022 - 5:30 PM

Romani History Workshop Wednesday, 19 January 2022, 5:30 PM (CET) Author: Piotr Wawrzeniuk (Swedish Defence University): Discussant: Jennifer Illuzzi (Providence College, USA) The article analyses Polish police...

Detail

The Romani Family before and during the Holocaust: How Much Do We Know?

6 April 2022 - 5 PM

The next meeting of the Romani History Workshop will take place on Wednesday, 6 April 2022 at 5:00 pm (CET). We will discuss a published article by Volha Bartash (University of Regensburg)  « The Romani Family before...

Detail

‘The minor would hinder the mother in finding employment’: Child protection regulating women’s labor force participation

26 April 2022 - 3 AM

Tuesday, 26 April at 3:00 pm (CET). We will discuss Eszter Varsa’s chapter “‘The minor would hinder the mother in finding employment’: Child protection regulating women’s labor force participation” from her...

Detail

Upcoming20222021

Subscribe to our newsletter






Partners






Supporters








Košík