Sam Beck, Cornell University
In the course of the twenty-first century, Europe has become aware that the Roma are its largest minority, with an estimated population of 11 million people. As a result, 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 its 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.
The Roma and Their Struggle for Identity in Contemporary Europe
Edited by Angéla Kóczé and Huub van BaarPublished: 2020
The Impact of Migration on Romanipe from the Romani Perspective
Aleksandar G. MarinovPublished: 2019
Reimagining Power and Knowledge
Edited by Sam Beck and Ana IvasiucPublished: 2018