Register for an Illustrated Lecture by Carol Silverman on Balkan Romani Music and Dance

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Carol Silverman signs her new book Romani Routes Cultural Politics and Balkan Music in Diaspora at the Oregon Duck Store on Thursday afternoon. Silverman is a Professor of Anthropology and Folklore at the University and is an activist, researcher, teacher, and performer for the Romani culture. (Tess Freeman/Oregon Daily Emerald)

February 24, Carol Silverman will present a virtual discussion of the contradictions between the explosion in popularity of Balkan “Gypsy” music and dance, while at the same time thousands of Balkan Roma have emigrated westward due to deportations and harassment. The event is sponsored by the Folk Arts Center of New England.

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