Raluca Bianca Roman is presently Research Fellow in the “Roma Interbellum” European Research Council project within the School of History at the University of St. Andrews. Her current postdoctoral research centers on the development and growth of Roma political mobilization and civic emancipation during the interwar period in Romania and Finland. Her doctoral work was an ethnographic study of the experience of Pentecostal belonging and religious mobilization among the Finnish Kaale (Finnish Roma), with an emphasis on the relationship between religious change, social engagement, and the development of a Roma-led religious humanitarianism. She has published widely on issues of Roma mobilization, identity, religion, and migration. She has also participated in several international projects concerning Roma mobilization in Europe.
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