Zsuzsa Csergö is Associate Professor and Head of the Political Studies Department at Queen’s University in Canada. She is also the President of the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN). Her research addresses questions of nationalism, democratization, and the influence of EU integration on state-minority relations in post-Cold War Europe.
Ada-Charlotte Regelmann is a Project Manager at Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, focusing on the social inclusion of marginalised groups in European societies. Previously, she was a lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast, UK, and Maynooth University, Ireland. Her research explores the impact of Europeanisation on nation-state-building and social integration in post-communist Europe.
Introduction - Europeanization and Minority Political Action in Central and Eastern Europe Zsuzsa Csergő and Ada-Charlotte Regelmann
1. How Does the EU Matter for the Roma?
Transnational Roma Activism and EU Social Policy Formation Peter Vermeersch
2. National Minorities in an Era of Externalization
Kin-State Citizenship, European Integration, and Ethnic Hungarian Minority Politics Myra A. Waterbury
3. Europeanization of Kin-Citizenship and the Dynamics of Kin-Minority Claim-Making: The Case of Hungary Szabolcs Pogonyi
4. Does Russia Matter?
European Institutions, Strategic Framing, and the Case of Stateless Children in Estonia and Latvia Jennie L. Schulze
5. Critical Trust in European Institutions
The Case of Russian-Speaking Minorities in Estonia and Latvia Licia Cianetti and Ryo Nakai
6. Europeanization and Collective Rationality in Minority Voting
Lessons from Central and Eastern Europe Zsuzsa Csergő and Ada-Charlotte Regelmann