In the Virtual Library of the Specialized Library with Archive “Studii Romani” texts are presented, of authors from the Department “Balkan Ethnology” of the Ethnographic Institute with Museum at BAS and the Minority Studies Society “Studii Romani”. Most of the included in the Virtual Library articles are published in different books series or specialized journals, in different countries around the world, and the access to them is not always easy. There are also some new and older publications included, which are with limited numbers, which are also hardly accessible.

         Marushiakova, E., Popov, V. Gypsies, Roma, Sinti in Central and Eastern Europe.

         Marushiakova, E. and All. Identity Formation among Minorities in the Balkans: The Cases of Roms, Egyptians and Ashkali in Kosovo.

         Marushiakova, E., Popov, V. Dialect, Language and Identity of the Gypsies.

         Marushiakova, E., Popov, V. Ethnic Identities and Economic Strategies of the Gypsies in the Countries of the former USSR.

         Marushiakova, E., Popov, V. Myth as Process.

         Marushiakova, E., Popov, V. The Roma - a Nation without a State?

         Marushiakova, E., Popov, V. The Roma between the Scylla of Marginalization and the Charybdis of Exotization. 

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         Decheva, M. The Public Attitudes ‘Gypsies - Bulgarians

         Decheva, M. The Experience of the Bulgarian Ethnography Museum in the Processes of Roma Cultural Changes


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         Karamihova, M. Les Tziganes en Bulgarie -un groupe en transition demographique


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         Slavkova, M. Turkish Gypsies in Bulgaria and Evangelical Movement. [in Bulgarian]

         Slavkova, M. Roma Pastors as Leaders of Roma Protestant Communities.     

         Slavkova, M. Gypsies in Lom: the Case of Gypsies who Convert to Protestant Christianity.


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         Erolova, Y. Markers of Self-Identification of Kaldarash Roms [in Bulgarian]


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         Friedman, Victor A. Romani Multilingualism in its Balkan Context

         Friedman, Victor A. Romani as a Minority Language, as a Standard Language, and as a Contact Language: Comparative Legal, Sociolinguistic, and Structural Approaches

         Friedman, Victor A. Problems in the Codification of a Standard Romani Literary Language

         Friedman, Victor A. Linguistic Form and Content in the Romani-language Press of the Republic of Macedonia

         Friedman, Victor A. The Romani Language in the Republic of Macedonia: Status, Usage, and Sociolinguistic Perspectives

         Friedman, Victor A. A Caucasian Loanword in Romani