Securitization of the Roma in Europe - 
      Huub van Baar
    
      Ana Ivasiuc
    
      Regina Kreide

Securitization of the Roma in Europe

Huub van Baar (Redaktør) ; Ana Ivasiuc (Redaktør) ; Regina Kreide (Redaktør)

This book discusses how Europe's Roma minorities have often been perceived as a threat to majority cultures and societies. Frequently, the Roma have become the target of nationalism, extremism, and racism. Les mer
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This book discusses how Europe's Roma minorities have often been perceived as a threat to majority cultures and societies. Frequently, the Roma have become the target of nationalism, extremism, and racism. At the same time, they have been approached in terms of human rights and become the focus of programs dedicated to inclusion, anti-discrimination, and combatting poverty. This book reflects on this situation from the viewpoint of how the Roma are often 'securitized,' understood and perceived as 'security problems.' The authors discuss practices of securitization and the ways in which they have been challenged, and they offer an original contribution to debates about security and human rights interventions at a time in which multiple crises both in and of Europe are going hand-in-hand with intensified xenophobia and security rhetoric.
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Forlag: Springer International Publishing AG
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 319
ISBN: 9783319770345
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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1. The European Roma and their Securitization: Contexts, Junctures, ChallengesHuub van Baar, Ana Ivasiuc, and Regina Kreide

Part One: Mobility

2. The Securitization of Roma Mobilities and the Re-Bordering of EuropeNicholas De Genova

3. Crossing (out) Borders: Human Rights and the Securitization of Roma MinoritiesRegina Kreide

4. Domestic versus State Reason? How Roma Migrants in France Deal with Their SecuritizationOlivier Legros and Marion Lievre

Part Two: Marketization

5. The Invisibilization of Anti-Roma RacismsRyan Powell and Huub van Baar

6. Security at the Nexus of Space and Class: Roma and Gentrification in Cluj, RomaniaManuel Mireanu

7. The Entertaining Enemy: 'Gypsy' in Popular Culture in an Age of SecuritizationAnnabel Tremlett

Part Three: Development

8. From 'Lagging Behind' to 'Being Beneath'? The De-developmentalization of Time and Social Order in Contemporary EuropeHuub van Baar

9. Illusionary Inclusion of Roma through Intercultural MediationAngela Kocze

10. Voluntary Return as Forced Mobility: Humanitarianism and the Securitization of Romani Migrants in SpainIoana Vrabiescu

Part Four: Visuality

11. Sharing the Insecure Sensible: The Circulation of Images of Roma on Social MediaAna Ivasiuc

12. The "Gypsy Threat": Modes of Racialization and Visual Representation Underlying German Police PracticesMarkus End

13. Roma Securitization and De-securitization in Habsburg Europe
Marija Dalbello
Huub van Baar is Assistant Professor of Political Theory at the Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, and Senior Research Fellow of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Ana Ivasiuc is Researcher at the Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany.
Regina Kreide is Professor of Political Theory at the Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany.