Gypsies

Gypsies : An Interdisciplinary Reader

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 374 pages
  • 129 x 198mm | 689g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138975621
  • 9781138975620

Table of contents

Introduction *
Gypsy Studies
, Researching Finnish Gypsies: Advice from a Gypsy, Saga Weckman *
Politics, Social Change, History
, Looking at Roma: The Case of Czechoslovakia, Will Guy * Romania's Hidden Victims, Dan Pavel * Police Perception of Gypsies in Finland, Martti Grsnfors * Germans and Gypsies, Gabrielle Tyrnauer *
Language
Duty and Beauty, Possession and Truth: "Lexical Impoverishment" as Control, Ian Hancock * Educational Perspectives, Pictures of Ourselves, Cathy Kiddle * Using the Gypsies' Own Language: Two Contrasting Approaches in Hungarian Schools, Thomas Acton * Roma in the Hungarian Educational System, Nidhi Trehan *
Performing Arts
Roma in the Soviet Union and the Moscow Teatr "Romen," Alaina Lemon * Analysis of an Interethnic Event in Granada, Spain, Bertha B. Quintana * Andalusian, Gypsy, and Class Identity in the Contemporary Flamenco Complex, Peter Manuel *
Social Organization
, American Roma and the Ideology of Defilement, Carol Miller * Sex Dichotomy Among the American Kalderas Gypsies, Rena M. Cotten (Gropper) * Economic Stratification and Interaction: Roma, and Ethnic Jati in East Slovakia, Milena Hÿbschmannov *
Images of Gypsies
Black/Quadroon/Gypsy: Women in the Art of George Fuller, Sarah Burns * Representation of Gypsies in Dutch Encyclopedias and their Sources (1724-1984), Wim Willems and Leo Lucassen * Johnny Faa and Black Jack Davy: Cultural Values and Change in Scots and American Balladry, Christine A. Cartwright
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