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This paper draws on the experience of two Romani and three non-Romani scholars in knowledge production on the health and social inequalities experienced by European Roma populations. Together, we explore how we might better account for, and work against, the complex web of dynamic oppressions embedded within processes of academic knowledge producti...
The growing literature on racial justice in the field of normative political theory usually tracks the legacy of colonialism and imperialism, white settlement and African slavery, that systematically privileges whites globally, and that needs to be repaired. The moral grounding and forms of reparations are highly debated not only in academia but in...
The Introduction presents the origins of the new journal "Critical Romani Studies". It discusses why the editors found a new journal. Finally, the paper presents the main features of the new journal.
The article analyses the politics of ‘double discourse’ in relation to Roma that has evolved in contemporary neoliberal Europe. On the one hand, the double discourse promotes the integration, rights and equal opportunities of Roma, on the other, it denies recognition of, and ways to address, enduring structural violence and rising social insecurity...
Tis paper studies the role of media in the racial oppression of Romani people. Going beyond content analysis, it studies the workings of “racial neoliberalism”, i.e. how discursive borders are created between worthy, entitled citizens and those who lack neoliberal market potential and are treated as less-worthy, “dangerous”, “criminal” subjects. Te...
Over the past two decades, in the wake of post-communist transition, the emergence of Romani activism has been an important development accompanying political changes in Central and Eastern Europe. Alongside the emergence of Romani associations, international NGOs have been increasingly involved in the struggle against the discrimination of Roma. A...
The article discusses three moral and political dilemmas that arise in the context of the emerging European Roma policy, and on which all concerned parties, including grassroots Romani organisations, should be able to express their views. The first dilemma is whether anti-discrimination measures based on universal individual rights are sufficient t...