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Current Visiting Fellows

Oana Buta

Oana Buta is a PhD Fellow at Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences. Her project deals with candidate selection. Namely, it explains Roma nomination on the lists of mainstream political parties in the context of 2016 local elections in Romania, combining quantitative and qualitative methods. She holds a double degree in European Studies from the Europa-Universität Flensburg and University of Southern Denmark and a BA in Political Science from University of Bucharest. Her research interests include: political parties, candidate selection, minority groups, intersectionality, critical race theory, political representation.

Previously, she was a Project Assistant at the European Centre for Minority Issues, being involved in the development of the Minority Map and Timeline of Europe ( MMTE) project, organisation of workshops and conferences and handling different ECMI publications. 

 

 

Ieva Tihovska

Dr. Ieva Tihovska earned her doctorate in ethnomusicology at the Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music in Riga in 2015 with a thesis on authenticity and ethnicity in the music of Latvian Roma. She also holds an M.A. in musicology from the same institution (2005) with a thesis written on musical legacy of Roma in the city Ventspils, Latvia.

Her research on Latvian Romani music is published in a book “True Gypsy music. Authenticity and ethnicity in the music of Latvian Roma” (2017, in Latvian, www.lfk.lv/ista-ciganu-muzika). At present Ieva is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of the University of Latvia. Ieva’s research interests include style and functions of music and dance of the Latvian ethnic groups, nationalism, representation.

Her current research is focused on uses of music and folklore in the institutional and public representation of several Latvian ethnic groups (Germans, Russians, Belarussians, Roma, Jews) combining methods of historical research and social anthropology. Since 2009 Ieva is also employed as a lecturer at the Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music, department of ethnomusicology. Her teaching subjects include analysis of traditional and popular music, fieldwork, academic and journalistic writing, and acoustic ecology.

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