Tuesday, October 6

Campus Blåsenhus, Betty Andersson Hall, von Kraemers Allé 1A

09:00-09:15 Coffee
09:15-10:00 Keynote speech: Angela Kóczé, Wake Forest University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Migration, Anti-Gypsyism, Romophobia and Biopolitics of Roma in Europe
10:00-10:30 Coffee
10:30-12:00 Session 2: Roma migrations in Europe (Chair: Yulian Konstantinov)
Slawomir Kapralski, Pedagogical University of Krakow
Roma Migrants in Europe: Diaspora or Transnational Network?
Elena Marushiakova, University of St. Andrews and Vesselin Popov
From East to West: Historical and Modern Patterns of Roma Migrations
Lynette Šikić-Mićanović, Institute of Social Sciences Zagreb
Gender aspects of the migratory concerns (family and livelihood, strategies, marginalities, vulnerabilities in the migratory context
12:00-13:00 Lunch break
13:00-14:30 Session 3: Migrant experiences in home countries (Chair: Ann-Marie Sätre)
Márton Rövid, Central European University
Romani migration patterns from Hungary before and after the Eastern enlargement of the EU
Monika Váradi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Romani migration patterns in a multiethnic small town
Töhötöm  Szabó, Babeş–Bolyai University
Work and property relations and patterns of Romani migration. A case from Transylvania, Romania
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee break
15:00 – 17:00 Session 4: Field methods in research (Chair: David Smith)
Yulian Konstantinov, University of Tromsø
‘On-the-road’ studies of Roma mobilities: towards advancing fieldwork methodology
Jan Grill, University of Manchester
In/out of states: ethnographic reflections on studying states, comparisons and connections in Roma migrations
Julia Jennstål and Simon Niemeyer, Uppsala University 
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