Stefánia Toma is a researcher at the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities (ISPMN). Her area of interest includes anthropology of ethnic minorities and ethnic relations, nationalism, economic anthropology and sociology of education. Her publications include: Segregation and Ethnic Conflicts in Romania: Getting Beyond the Model of “The Last Drop”, in: Michael Stewart (ed.): The Gypsy “Menace”. Populism and The New Anti-Gypsy Politics, Hurst and Company, London, 2012, pg. 191-216; Roma Migration and Mobility on European Labour Market – between realities and myths, in: Daniela Giurca (coord.): Roma Inclusion in Romania: Policies, Institutions and Examples, Soros Foundation, Romania, 2012, pg. 223-240; and co-edited the volume Spectrum. Cercetări sociale despre romi, Editura ISPMN-Kriterion, 2011(co-editor LászlóFosztó). She is the member of the European Academic Network on Romani Studies.