Interculturalism and Discrimination in Romania: Policies, Practices, Identities and Representations

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This volume presents research on intercultural relations in southeastern Europe, including the way they are imagined and managed in different social and historical contexts. After an introductory critique of the concepts of interculturalism and citizenship, the situation in Romania is investigated. The second part deals with a series of in-depth comparative studies, namely on the Roma minorities in Romania and Bulgaria. It also considers the case of the Pomaks in Bulgaria, of Russians living in parallel societies in the Baltic States, and the recent evolution of interculturalism in the region.

Franois Regg is a researcher at the Department of Anthropology at the University of Freiburg (Switzerland). Rudolf Poledna is a researcher at the Babes-Bolyai-University Cluj-Napoca (Romania). Calin Rus is chair of the Communications and Public Relations Department at the Babes-Bolyai-University, Cluj-Napoca.

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Identity of the Bulgarian Muslims Pomaks A case study from the Western Rhodopes
Multiculturalism in Bulgaria in the period of transformation
Estonia Latvia and Lithuania
Nationalism nationalizing minorities and kinstate nationalism
two aspects of the question
Romanian research in the Held of national minorities
Essential prerequisites for a European project
Forum of ideas

The Roma
Ethnicization process among Roma communities in Bulgaria
The construction of a new Roma ethnic identity
Roma in Bulgaria
Ethnic relations and poverty in a multiethnic community in Romania
Roma nonRoma relationships
A comparative approach in the region
The Romanian case
The image of the good European
Cultural rights human rights A challenge for the European Union
The Swiss Schengen posters Thoughts on the public expression of xenophobia

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61. oldal - The essential vocation of interpretive anthropology is not to answer our deepest questions, but to make available to us answers that others, guarding other sheep in other valleys, have given, and thus to include them in the consultable record of what man has said.
88. oldal - I will focus on is a societal culture - that is, a culture which provides its members with meaningful ways of life across the full range of human activities, including social, educational, religious, recreational, and economic life, encompassing both public and private spheres.
15. oldal - Culture, or civilization, taken in its wide ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society
260. oldal - A national minority is not simply a "group" that is given by the facts of ethnic demography. It is a dynamic political stance, or, more precisely, a family of related yet mutually competing stances, not a static ethnodemographic condition.
63. oldal - Wherever it existed, it fostered particularistic pride and xenophobia, providing emotional nourishment for the nascent national sentiment and sustaining it whenever it faltered.
251. oldal - We can summarize the conclusions to be drawn from the argument thus far by saying that the convergence of capitalism and print technology on the fatal diversity of human language created the possibility of a new form of imagined community, which in its basic morphology set the stage for the modern nation.
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