The two-volume monograph Serbs in Romania was published by the Union of Serbs of Romania and the SASA Institute of Ethnography. The first volume, with the subtitle “Ethnological Research and Synthesis : Heritage, Culture, Origin” is written by Ivica Todorović, PhD, and Nina Aksić, PhD, associates of the SASA Institute of Ethnography. This volume, in addition to covering the broader topic of Serbian-Romanian relations, (re)examines various thematic units, such as: Serbian roots, the population of Banat and their ubiquity, specific ethnic groups and the autochthony of the Serbian community, genetics, linguistic and multidisciplinary indicators (ancient presence and relations), archaic cultural characteristics , assimilation, and the planned and massive pogrom. It also provides an overview of the so-far conducted (institutional and individual) research of the culture of Serbs in Romania. The second volume, edited by Milina Ivanović Barišić, PhD, Đorđina Trubarac Matić, PhD, and Bojana Bogdanović, PhD, and subtitled “Ethnological research of Christmas, Patron Saint’s Day and Weddings”, associates of the SASA Institute of Ethnography presents the results of the field research into Christmas, Patron Saint’s Day and wedding customs in Serbian communities in Pomorišje, Banatska Crna Gora, the Danube Gorge, Poljadija and the central part of West Banat, which was conducted as part of the multi-year-long project Research of Culture and History of Serbs in Romania organized by the Scientific Research and Culture Center of Serbs in Romania.