Roma in CEE: photographs needed for book; query on Roma presence in the media

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Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2001 07:30:21 +0200 (EET)
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Subject: Roma in CEE: photographs needed for book; query on Roma presence in the media

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Original sender: Ariel Eliyahu <>

Book on Roma in CEE: Urgent plea for photographs

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From: Bill Forster <>
Book on Roma in CEE: Urgent plea for photographs 

We are preparing for publication the most important book yet in our
publishing programme on the Roma. Edited by Will Guy of the University
of Bristol and with an Introduction by Ian Hancock of the University
of Texas it is called:
You can see the Contents Page at:
I am looking for powerful pictures showing the social position of the
Roma in the different countries of the region, also key personalities
in Roma politics, pictures taken at the WRC and anything will will
help convey the real issues confronting the Roma and the way they are
seeking to tackle them.
If you think you can help please reply to this mail urgently!
Thank you,
Bill Forster
Bill Forster, University of Hertfordshire Press, LRC, College Lane, 
HATFIELD, Hertfordshire AL10 9AD, UK. 
Web catalogue:
Tel: +44 1707-284681  
Fax: +44 1707-284666  

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From: Suzie Allard <>
Research on Roma presence in the media
Dear friends,
I am a communication doctoral student at the University of Kentucky
who is doing research on Roma presence in the media.  I am most
interested in studying how the Roma are gaining a voice through the
use of new media, and how this is being received by other societies as
well as within Rom culture.
I would greatly appreciate having a copy of the report on Roma people
in your country.
In my paper I would love to include the perspectives of Rom who are
leading the current efforts. Perhaps you know of someone who would be
interested in corresponding with me. I  would also be interested
learning about any other resources you feel might be useful to me.
Thank you for your time.
Best regards,
Suzie Allard
Suzie Allard, Presidential Fellow
University of Kentucky   (859)257-8876
College of Communications and Information Studies
School of Library and Information Science
502 King Library South, Lexington, KY  40506-0039

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