Presentation, Book Signing and Reception
UO Duck Store, Upstairs in the Literary Duck
895 E. 13th Ave. Eugene, OR
‘Romani Routes’ author strives to change perceptions. by Serena Markstrom, Eugene Register-Guard
“Carol Silverman, a local expert on the Romani people and their culture, has published a fascinating and expansive book that encapsulates more than 25 years of research. She will have a reception Thursday to celebrate the achievement. Romani Routes, published by Oxford University Press, is Silverman’s first book, but with the aid of a Guggenheim Fellowship she received in 2010, research for her second book about the globalization of Romani — more commonly known as Gypsy — music is well under way.” See the full story in the Eugene Register-Guard, Sunday edition, June 3, 2012
Silverman is a CSWS faculty affiliate. She received a CSWS Faculty Research Grant in 2008 for her project “Gender, Race and Family: Issues of Education and Sexuality among Balkan Romani Migrants in New York City.”
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