Is Roma literature simply an activist construct that should be incorporated in the Czech canon, or is it sufficiently specific and viable that can stand as a genre in its own right? Is it defined by its authors, topics, or both? Does the Romani language have a future as a literary language?
To what extent are Czech translators, editors and publishers of Roma writing essential for its reception by majority readers, and has the time not come to get rid of them? These and other such issues will be discussed by the expert in Romani and Hungarian affairs Adéla Gálová, along with her guests the poet and prose writer Renáta Berkyová, the poet Martin Oláh, and the expert in Romani studies Karolína Ryvolová.
12.6. KK A2 Roma literature
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