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Book edited by Anna Mirga-Kruszelnicka and Jekatyerina Dunajeva, with chapters written by a diverse group of researchers collaborating with the “Re-thinking Roma Resistance” project.
This book contains unique research from a diverse group of researchers who are engaged in re-telling history from the perspective of Roma. With a focus on Roma agency, chapters uncover various forms of resistance and survival strategies that Roma engaged in throughout history. Authors provide personal stories of collective and individual resistance, signs of defiance, as well as acts of love and humanity in the face of persecution — stories that have never been told before.
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