Lucie Fremlova

Dr Lucie Fremlova is an independent researcher who has worked at the interface between Roma rights activism, academia and policy for 20 years. Her close-up, transdisciplinary, innovative research focuses on ethnic, ‘racial’, sexual and gender identities, particularly in relation to the lived experiences of LGBTIQ Roma. Her book “Queer Roma” has recently come out (Routledge 2021) and her article ‘LGBTIQ Roma and queer intersectionalities: the lived experiences of LGBTIQ Roma’, published by the European Journal of Politics and Gender in 2019, won the EJPG 2021 Best Article and the Council for European Studies Gender and Sexuality Research Network 2019 Best Article Awards. Her article ‘Non-Romani researcher positionality and reflexivity: queer(y)ing one’s privilege’ was the most-read article published in 2019 in volume 1, number 2 of the Critical Romani Studies Journal.