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Samuel Mago

Samuel Mago, born in 1996 in Budapest. Since 2000 he lives in Vienna. He is vice-president of HÖR, currently studies transcultural communication at the University of Vienna. 

He is Rom*nja-activist and author in der edition exil (Vienna). Samuel Mago comes from a Rom*nja-family with Jewish origins in the maternal line.

He works as anti-racism trainer and for ORF-productions.  

© Photo: “Osman Çetin / @cetinovska” 
Facebook: Samuel Mago / Instagram: @sam_magoo 

Join Samuel Mago to the Literary Walk: Lasho Drom, Shalom!
Bridging the Tongues Festival
September 19, 2021 / 15:00 – 16:30
Meeting point: Burgtheater, Universitätsring 2, 1010 Wien

Samuel Mago, your literary city guide, invites you to a city walk with a focus on literature by Romnja and Jewish women in Austria. The tour focuses on contemporary poetry, prose and drama by authors from both communities, in particular on interfaces between Romnja and Jewish women.

Participation is free, but registration is required.