Delia Grigore, PhD (https://www.facebook.com/delia.grigore.7), member of the Romani community, was born in Galaţi, Romania in 1972. She holds a PhD in visual arts, specialization ethnography-ethnology (Romanian Academy, Institute of Ethnography and Folklore ‘Constantin Brăiloiu’, 2004). She is a senior reader at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Romani Language and Literature Section and the president of the Roma Centre ‘Amare Rromentza’.
She works in education, romology research (ethnography, ethnology, ethno-linguistics, folklore, oral history and literature) and Romani culture. She is the author of Introduction to the Study of Traditional Cultural Elements of Contemporary Rromani Identity (2001, University of Bucharest – CREDIS, Bucharest), Rromanipen – Keystones of Rromani Culture (2011, Amare Rromentza, Bucharest), and of poetry in Romani (Babel.ro. Tineri poeţi minoritari [Babel.ro. Minority Young Poets], Status, Miercurea Ciuc, 2000).
Delia Grigore is team member for Romania in the literature section of RomArchive.