The Legacies of the Romani Genocide in Europe
Transnational and Comparative Perspectives
This workshop explores the legacies of the genocide of Europe’s Roma in transnational and comparative perspective. We are particularly interested in three aspects of this history: the production and circulation of knowledge about the genocide from 1945 until today, the ways in which these cognitive frameworks have shaped institutional and legal practices, and the individuals and communities (Roma and non-Roma) whose personal histories intersected with – and shaped – these transformations of knowledge and institutions since 1945.
Conference organised in partnership with the network Legacies of the Roma genocide in Europe since 1945, University of Liverpool,
Centre Georg Simmel (CNRS/EHESS),Palais de la Porte Dorée/Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration,La Maison Rouge
from february 23rd to may 20th 2018
A Roma artist of her century
Conference in English only