Dunajeva Jekatyerina

Dunajeva  Jekatyerina
CV letöltése Tudományos munkatárs (TK PTI)
Kutatási területek

Oktatáspolitika, kisebbségek, identitás politika, Oroszország és Kelet-Európa 

Kiemelt publikációk

Dunajeva, J. (2023). University Mentoring Programs during the Pandemic: Case Study of Hungarian Roma University Students. Social Sciences, 12(3):111.

Dunajeva, J., & Szilvasi, M. (2023). Contesting Antigypsyism in Public Policy: Roma Integration in the Labour Market. In S. Webb, Routledge Handbook of Critical Social Work, 2nd edition. London: Routledge.

unajeva, J., & Vajda, V. (2021). Positionality, Academic Research and Cooperative Inquiry: Lessons from Participatory Research with Roma. In D. Burns, J. Howard, & S. Ospina, Sage Handbook for Participatory Research (pp. 224-237). London: Sage.

Dunajeva, J. (2021). Othering through textbooks: Teaching about Roma in contemporary Hungary. In K. Górak-Sosnowska, & U. Markowska-Manista, Non-Inclusive Education in Central and Eastern Europe. London: Bloomsbury.

Dunajeva, J., & Kostka, J. (2021). Racialized politics of garbage: waste management in urban Roma settlements in Eastern Europe. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 45(1).

Dunajeva, J. (2021). Constructing Identities over Time “Bad Gypsies” and “Good Roma” in Russia and Hungary. Budapest: CEU Press.

Dunajeva, J. (2021). From ‘Unsettled Fortune-tellers’ to Socialist Workers: Education Policies and Roma in Early Soviet Union. In M. M. Mendes, O. Magano, & S. Toma, Social and Economic Vulnerability of Roma People (pp. 65-77). New York: Springer.

Dunajeva, J. (2021). Nashism in Contemporary Russia: Redefining Patriotism, Belonging and Loyalty. Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics (IEEJSP), 7 (4).

Dunajeva, J. (2019). Power hierarchies between the researcher and informants: Observations during fieldwork in a Roma settlement. Critical Romani Studies Journal, 2(1), 124-143.

Dunajeva, J., & Koesel, K. J. (2017). “Us Versus Them”: The Politics of Religion in Contemporary Russia. The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 15(1), 56-67.

Aktuális kézirat

Patriotic Education in Hungary

The Role of Churches in Hungarian education – Faith-based Schooling and Roma Minority in Hungary from 1918 until Present