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  • Index to volume 29

Articles

A cigányság történetének atlasza. Térképezett roma történelem (The atlas of Gypsy history. Mapped Roma history). András Bereznay, book reviewed by Tamás Hajnáczky 29: 236

A community without history? A life story approach to Romany memory and ethnicity, Edmunds Šūpulis 29: 27

American Roma. A modern investigation of lived experiences and media portrayals. Melanie R. Covert, book reviewed by Ann Ostendorf 29: 115

An attempt to create minority heritage: The history of the Rom Som club (Rom Som cigányklub) (1972–1980), Eszter György 29: 205

An invisible minority: Romany Gypsies and the question of whiteness, Emily Webb 29: 1

Discrimination or not? Romani children in Polish special schools and diagnoses of intellectual disability, Joanna Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Krystian Barzykowski, Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Magdalena Kosno, and Daniel Dzida 29: 51

Gypsies: An English history. David Cressy, book reviewed by Ann Ostendorf 29: 119

Hidden Tapestry: Jan Yoors, his two wives, and the war that made them one. Debra Dean, book reviewed by Dionisie Kallo 29: 111

The presentation of social status on a social network: The role of Facebook among the Vlax Romani community of Eastern-Slovak origin in Leicester, UK, Markéta Hajská 29: 123

The "pure Gypsy" revisited: The construction of citizenship for Swedish Romani groups, 1940s-1960s, Ida Al Fakir 29: 181

The Roma image in the mainstream Turkish audiovisual media: Sixty years of stereotyping, Ayça Tunç Cox and Ozan Uçtuk 29: 159

Romi između multikulturalizma i politike Štednje. Tamara Baković Jadžic (ed.), book reviewed by Annemarie Sorescu-Marinkovic 29: 233

The social construction of identity in Golestan quarter of Sabzevar: Narrative research of challenges and identity of the Ghorbat community, Hossein Ghodrati and Mosareza Gharbi 29: 85

Authors

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Al Fakir, Ida 29: 181

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Barzykowski, Krystian 29: 51

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Dzida, Daniel 29: 51

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Gharbi, Mosareza 29: 85

Ghodrati, Hossein 29: 85

Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Halina 29: 51

Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Joanna 29: 51

György, Eszter 29: 205

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Hajnáczky, Tamás 29: 236

Hajská, Markéta 29: 123

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Kallo, Dionisie 29: 111

Kosno, Magdalena 29: 51

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Ostendorf, Ann 29: 115, 29: 119

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Sorescu-Marinkovic, Annemarie 29: 233

Šupulis, Edmunds 29: 27

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Tunç Cox, Ayça 29: 159

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Uçtuk, Ozan 29: 159

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Webb, Emily 29: 1 [End Page 241]

Subjects

antiracism 29: 1

bilingualism 29: 51

biographical narratives 29: 27

categorization 29: 181

citizenship 29: 181

collective memory 29: 27

culturally relevant diagnosis 29: 51

culture change 29: 123

discrimination 29: 51

ethnic fabric 29: 85

experts 29: 181

Ghorbat 29: 85

Gypsies 29: 1

Gypsy club 29: 205

Hungary 29: 205

identity

crisis of 29: 85
ethnic 29: 27
symbolic 29: 85

Imams loving grubber 29: 85
Latvian Roma 29: 27

medicine 29: 181

migration 29: 123

minority heritage 29: 205

mixed-methods research design 29: 51

multiculturalism 29: 1

narrative research 29: 85

post-war period 29: 181

purity 29: 181

representation 29: 159

Roma

folk music 29: 205
image 29: 159
minority 29: 51
people 29: 159

Romani groups 29: 181

Romany 29: 1

school segregation 29: 51

self-representation 29: 123

social

control 29: 123 media 29: 123

state socialism 29: 205

stereotypes 29: 159

Sweden 29: 185

"tattare" 29: 181

travellers 29: 1

Turkish mainstream audiovisual media 29: 159

upward social mobility 29: 123

Vlax Roms 29: 123

whiteness 29: 1

"zigenare" 29: 181 [End Page 242]

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Additional Information

ISSN
1757-2274
Print ISSN
1528-0748
Pages
pp. 241-242
Launched on MUSE
2020-01-31
Open Access
No
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