Gypsies: An Interdisciplinary Reader.
by Tong, Diane, edited by.
Garland Publishing, Inc.
Octavo, black cloth, illustrated paper covered boards, xvi, 353 pp., a few b/w photos
Garland Reference Library of the Humanities Volume 2039. Articles are "Researching Finnish Gypsies: Advice from a Gypsy," Saga Wechman, "Ways of Looking at Roma: The Case of Czechoslovakia," Will Guy, "Wanderers: Romania's Hidden Victims," Dan Pavel, "Police Perception of Gypsies in Finland," Martii Grönfors, "'Mastering the Past': Germans and Gypsies," Gabrielle Tyrnauer, "Duty and Beauty, Possession and Truth: 'Lexical Impoverishment' as Control," Ian Hancock, "Pictures of Ourselves," Cathy Kiddle, "Using Gypsies' Own Language: Two Contrasting Approaches in Hungarian Schools," Thomas Acton, "Afterword ("Roma in the Hungarian Educational System: Still the Invisible Minority"), Nidhi Trehan, "Roma (Gypsies) in the Soviet Union and the Moscow Theater "Romen," Alaina Lemon, "'The Duenede Roams Freely This Night': An Analysis of an Interethnic Event in Granada, Spain," Bertha B. Quintana, "Andalusian, Gypsy, and Class Identity in the Contemporary Flamenco Complex," Peter Manuel, "American Roma and the Ideology of Defilement," Carol Miller, "Sex Dichotomy Among the American Kladeras Gypsies," Rena M. Cotten (Gropper), "Economic Stratification and Interaction: Roma , an Ethnic Jati in East Slovakia," Milena Hübschmannova, "Black*Quadroon* Gypsy: Women in the Art of George Fuller," Srah Burns, "The Church of Knowledge: Representations of Gypsies in Dutch Encyclopedias and Their Sources (1724-1984)," Wim Willems and Leo Lucassen, "Johnny Faaa nd Black Jack Davy: Cultural Values and Change in Scots and American Balladry," Christine A. Cartwright.
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15829