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STEREOTYPICAL REPRESENTATIONS OF ROMA AND JEWS IN PHOTOGRAPHS

A workshop review by Pavel Baloun

The workshop “Stereotypical Representations of Roma and Jews in Photography”, which took place in the French Institute in Prague, October 15, 2018, was the third event in 2018 organized by Kateřina Čapková and by Helena Sadílková for the Prague Forum for Romani Histories (Institute of Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences). The Prague Forum itself was founded in September 2016, and intends to create a space where scholars working on various topics concerning the subject of Romani histories can debate and forge connections and dialogues. Since its creation, the Prague Forum has organized events including scientific conferences (“Tracing the Legacies of the Roma Genocide. Families as Transmitters of Experience and Memory”, September 2017), workshops (Forced Sterilization of Romani Women in the Czech(oslovak) and European Contexts: Past and Present, June 2018), public discussions, and exhibitions.

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