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Romani Mobilities in Europe

Romani Mobilities in Europe: multidisciplinary perspectives, International Conference

The Refugee Studies Centre, organised an international conference on Romani Mobilities in Europe: multidisciplinary perspectives (14-15 January 2010). The event was made possible by a grant from the John Fell Oxford University Press Fund and the generous support of ERSTE Foundation.

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Romani Mobilities in Europe: Plenary 1: The Europeanisation of the Roma issue

This podcast was recorded at the first plenary session of the Romani Mobilities in Europe: multidisciplinary perspectives conference, which was held by the Refugee Studies Centre (made possible by a grant from the John Fell Oxford University Press Fund and the generous support of ERSTE Foundation) on Thursday 14th January 2010 at Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford.

Chaired by Dr Nando Sigona, Refugee Studies Centre

“Between Europeanisation and Discrimination: the Roma as a special focus of EU policy”

Presented by Prof Peter Vermeersch, University of Leuven

“EU Roma initiatives: alternative approaches”

Presented by Dr Will Guy, University of Bristol

“Migrations and their impact on the Romani political movement in the early 1990s”

Presented by Prof Yaron Matras, University of Manchester

“Challenges related to Roma migration and freedom of movement”

Presented by Michael Guet, Council of Europe

Romani Mobilities in Europe: Plenary 2: Migration, mobility and Identity

This podcast was recorded at the second plenary session of the Romani Mobilities in Europe: multidisciplinary perspectives conference, which was held by the Refugee Studies Centre (made possible by a grant from the John Fell Oxford University Press Fund and the generous support of ERSTE Foundation) on Wednesday 23rd January 2010 at Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford.

Chaired by Prof Judith Okely, University of Oxford

“Balkan Romani Music in Transit: Production, Consumption, and Appropriation”

Presented by Prof Carol Silverman, University of Oregon

“Theorising Mobility: Migration, nomadism, and the social reconstruction of ethnicity”

Presented by Thomas Acton, University of Greenwich

“Gypsy/Roma European Migrations from 15th century till nowadays”

Presented by Prof Elena Marushiakova & Prof Vesselin Popov, Studii Romani

“Anti-diaspora and Anatolian exceptionalism: the Romani movement in Turkey, 2002-10”

Presented by Dr Adrian Marsh, University of Greenwich

Romani Mobilities in Europe: Plenary 3: Activism, advocacy and research: Roma, Gypsies and Travellers in the UK and Europe

This podcast was recorded at the third plenary session of the Romani Mobilities in Europe: multidisciplinary perspectives conference, which was held by the Refugee Studies Centre (made possible by a grant from the John Fell Oxford University Press Fund and the generous support of ERSTE Foundation) on Thursday 15th January 2010 at Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford.

Chaired by Dr Nando Sigona, Refugee Studies Centre

“Migration of Roma as a trigger for policy making at the European level: an insider view”

Nicolae Gheorghe, consultant

“A day in the life of the Derbyshire Gypsy Liaison Group”

Siobhan Spencer MBE, Derbyshire Gypsy Liaison Group

“Romano Bumburumbum and the Roma projects at New Londoners”

Agnieszka Walsh, Children’s Society

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Photograph Prof Roger Zetter and Dr Nando Sigona. Harris Manchester College, Oxford, 14 January 2010.

Prof Roger Zetter and Dr Nando Sigona. Harris Manchester College, Oxford, 14 January 2010.

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Last updated Sep 09, 2011