The specialized library with archive “Studii Romani” is created in 2005 by the Minority Studies Society “Studii Romani” and the Ethnographic Institute with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, with the support of the Open Society Institute Sofia, Roma Program.
The specialized library with archive owns books, periodical publications (article and book series, journals, newspapers), audio and video materials, archive documents, field materials, as well as museum fund. It is structural part of the Library and Ethnographic archive of the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
The specialized library with archive “Studii Romani” is public institution; the access to it is free and without restrictions during specified opening hours.
We would like to express our gratitude to all, who helped us to create the Specialized Library with Archive “Studii Romani”, presenting us their publications or helping us to obtain other publication from Bulgaria and abroad: Dimitar Georgiev, Lilyana Kovacheva, Mihail Petrov, Hristo Kyuchukov, Vasil Chaprazov, Zlatko Mladenov, Toni Tashev, Rumyan Russinov, Ludmila Zhivkova, Ivan Ivanov, Sofia Zahova, Malina Tomova, Evgeniya Ivanova, Velcho Krastev, Antonina Zhelyaskova, Rastislav Pivon, Zuzana Benuskova, Jana Horvathova, Jan Rychlik, Peter Wagner, Zuzana Jurkova, Stanislaw Stankiewicz, Roman Kwiatkowski, Adam Bartosz, Lech Mroz, Katalin Kovalcsik, Zsuzsa Bodi, Peter Szuhaj, Timea Junghaus, Florin Manole, Claudia Macaria, Gheorghe Sarau, Laszlo Foszto, Rajko Duric, Dragoljub Ackovic, Sanja Zlatanovic, Biljana Sikimic, Rozalija Ilic, Trajko Petrovski, Rubin Zemon, Ljatif Demir, Asmet Elezovski, Skender Veliu, Sinan Sanlier, Allen Williams, Nikolai Bessonov, Vadim Toropov, Olga Abramenko, Stanislava Kuchepatova, Georgiy Tsvetkov, Ilona Mahotina, Natalia Zinevich, Ion Duminica, Ivan Ancupov, Valdemar Kalinin, Volodimir Zolotarenko, Mirella Karapati, Bruno Nicolini, Alain Reyniers, Didier Botton, Bernhard Streck, R?diger Benninghaus, Zoran Lapov, Dieter Halwachs, Mozes F. Heinschink, Fabian Jacobs, Herbert Heuss, Paul Meissner, Gunilla Lindgren, Donald Kenrick, Yaron Matras, Iren Kertesz-Wilkinson, Yan Hancock, Jorge Bernal, Yvonne Sleem, as well as many, many others.
We express special acknowledgment to Valery Novoselsky, who donated us the Archive of Roma Virtual Network.
Web-master: Yanko Popov