A nation without a state? A brief history of Roma political movements

While doing some readings for a comparative article on statelessness among Roma, Palestinians and Kurds I found a fascinating paper that traces a concise history of how and where Roma organisations emerged and what goals they pursued. The article is by Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov: http://mail.geobiz.net/sr-www/files/Virtual%20library/Nation.pdf

DiasporasReI have recently written on a small fragment of this history in Diasporas Reimagined where I discuss the Yugo-nostalgia of some of my Roma informants in Italy and Kosovo. The chapter is available here.



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