New Directions in Romani Studies - Book Series

New Directions in Romani Studies Book Series

Romani Studies has emerged as an interdisciplinary field that offers perspectives derived from the humanities and social sciences in the context of state and transnational institutions. One of the series’ aims is to remove the stigma surrounding Roma scholarship, to engage with the controversies regarding Roma identity and, in this way, counter anti-Roma racism. This series publishes innovative, critical, and interdisciplinary scholarship, both in monographs and in edited collections. New Directions in Romani Studies includes within its scope migration and border studies, ethnicity studies, anthropology, cultural studies, postcolonial and decolonial studies, and gender and queer studies.

Series Editors: Huub van Baar (Leuven University) and Angéla Kóczé (Central European University)

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