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Contents: Thomas A. Acton: New Religious Movements among Roma Gypsies and Travellers: Placing Romani Pentecostalism in an historical and social context - Regis Laurent: On the Genesis of Gypsy Pentecostalism in Brittany - Elena Marushiakova/Vesselin Popov: The Gypsy Religious Revival Movement: "New Churches" in the Territories of the Former Soviet Union - Magdalena Slavkova: Prestige and Identity Construction amongst Pentecostal Roma in Bulgaria - Manuela Canton Delgado: Stigma and Ethno-genesis among Pentecostal Gitanos in Spain - Tatiana Podolinska: Questioning the Theory of Deprivation: Pentecostal Roma in Slovakia - Elin Strand: One Scattered Race Like Stars in the Sight of God: the Gypsy Evangelical Church - Johannes Ries: The Cultural Dynamics of Romani/Gypsy Ethnicity and Pentecostal Christianity - Kai Aberg: The Gospel Songs of Finnish Roma: Religious, Music and Identity - David Thurfjell: Testimonies of Change: on Individual Pentecostalism among the Kaale - Gregor Dufunia Kwiek: The Synchronisation of Traditions in Lovari, Kelderash and Kalo Pentecostalism - Tomas Hrustic: The Rise and Fall of Romani Pentecostal Revival in Eastern Slovakia - Jorge M. Fernandez Bernal: Romani Communities and Churches in South America? - Adrian Richard Marsh: "Lo, it is God who splits the date and the date-stone!" Rom, Dom and Lom Religiosity in Turkey - Valdemar Kalinin: Romanes (Romani) Bible Translations and some remarks on Translating Biblical Texts.
David Thurfjell is Associate Professor in the study of religions at Soedertoern University in Stockholm. He has published mainly within the fields of Islamic and Romani studies, amongst others on faith and revivalism among the Kaale Roma in Sweden and Finland. Adrian Marsh has been working amongst Gypsy communities in Turkey, taught Romani Studies and carried out research across Europe and the Balkans. He was consultant for the British Council in Turkey, for the EC Promoting Roma Rights in Turkey project and the Save the Children Sweden's Europe programme. He continues working in Istanbul and is a Romany-Traveller.