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Romani Studies

Romani Studies

All Change

All Change! edited by Damian Le Bas and Thomas Acton

£8.00

Description

Romani studies through Romani eyes
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Gypsies and Flamenco

Gypsies and Flamenco: The emergence of the art of flamenco in Andalusia by Bernard Leblon

£9.00

Description

This expanded and updated edition, heavily illustrated, traces the development of Gypsy music during the long migration of professional Gypsy musicians from India to Spain and their role in the development of flamenco music.
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Gypsies in the Ottoman Empire

Gypsies in the Ottoman Empire by Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov

£10.00

Description

This is the first book to be published on the history, ethnography, social structure and culture of the Gypsies in the Ottoman Empire.
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Gypsies under the Swastika

Gypsies under the Swastika by Donald Kenrick and Grattan Puxon

£12.00

Description

First published in 1995, Gypsies under the Swastika was the first book to bring the story of the Nazi persecution of the Gypsies to a general readership.
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Gypsies: From the Ganges to the Thames

Gypsies: From the Ganges to the Thames by Donald Kenrick

£8.00

Description

Scholars have argued for centuries over the origin of the Gypsies and this profusely illustrated book tells their unique story.
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Gypsy Dialects

Gypsy Dialects by Edward Proctor

£50.00

Description

A selective annotated bibliography of materials for the practical study of Romani
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Gypsy Politics and Traveller Identity

Gypsy Politics and Traveller Identity edited by Thomas Acton

£14.00

Description

This comparative study of Gypsy politics in Britain and abroad includes work from established Romani Studies' scholars but also from younger writers and represents the cutting edge of scholarship on this subject.
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Here to Stay

Here to Stay: The Gypsies and Travellers of Britain by Colin Clark and Margaret Greenfields

£14.00

Description

A completely new edition of the standard introduction for professionals working with the Travelling community, first published as On the Verge (1990 and 1995) and Moving On (1999)
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In The Shadow of the Swastika

In The Shadow of the Swastika edited and translated by Donald Kenrick

£12.45

Description

Volume 2 of The Gypsies during the Second World War
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Insiders, Outsiders and Others

Insiders, Outsiders and Others: Gypsies and identity by Kalwant Bhopal and Martin Myers

£14.00

Description

Examining the contributing factors in the shaping of Gypsy identity in the United Kingdom, this study evaluates both recent and historic tendencies that now misrepresent or overlook Gypsy culture.
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Learn Romani

Learn Romani: Das-dma Rromanes by Ronald Lee

£14.00

Description

This course of Romani language lessons is aimed at non-Romanis who want to learn Romani, and also at Romani people who wish to re-learn their ancestral language in its modern form.
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Our Forgotten Years

Our Forgotten Years by Maggie Smith-Bendell

£8.99

Description

A Gypsy woman's life on the road
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Rokkering to the Gorjios

Rokkering to the Gorjios compiled and edited by Jeremy Sandford

£11.00

Description

In the early nineteen seventies British Romany Gypsies speak of their hopes, fears and aspirations
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Romani Culture and Gypsy Identity

Romani Culture and Gypsy Identity edited by Thomas Acton and Gary Mundy

£16.00

Description

This book provides scholarly accounts of Gypsy culture, art and music together with contemporary accounts of developments in Gypsy education and health.
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Shared Sorrows

Shared Sorrows: A Gypsy family remembers the Holocaust by Toby Sonneman

£11.00

Description

In examining her own family history, the author discovers the similarities between the fate of the Jews and the Gypsies, both peoples selected on racial grounds for extermination by the Nazis.
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Smoke in the Lanes

Smoke in the Lanes by Dominic Reeve

£9.00

Description

A classic account of the reality of life as a Gypsy in the 1950s.
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Stopping Places

Stopping Places: A Gypsy history of South London and Kent by Simon Evans

£14.00

Description

Including many photographs from the period, this book gives vivid first-hand accounts of the traditional life of Gypsies from the South-East of England.
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Right the Final Chapter

The Final Chapter edited by Donald Kenrick

£14.00

Description

Volume 3 of The Gypsies during the Second World War
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We Are the Romani People

We Are the Romani People by Ian Hancock

£9.99

Description

This highly readable introduction to Roma life, written by a Gypsy, considers culture, language, politics, society, health, and food to provide an insightful portrait of this fascinating minority.
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Romani Language

What is the Romani Language? by Peter Bakker et al.

£11.00

Description

This book deals with the Romani language - the language of the Gypsies. It does not teach readers to speak the language; rather, it deals with its origin, its current use and status, the beginnings of Romani literature and films and much more.
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Winter Time

Winter Time: Memoirs of a German Sinto who survived Auschwitz by Walter Winter

£11.00

Description

Walter Winter recounts his memories of Nazi persecution with extraordinary courage and compassion.
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Danger! Educated Gypsy

Danger! Educated Gypsy edited by Dileep Karanth

£12.00

Description

Selected essays from Romani scholar Ian Hancock
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Big Louie and Me

Big Louie and Me: Caravans, curses and cockfights by George Locke

£8.00

Description

George Locke's warm-hearted memoir of life in a very close-knit Gypsy community in the Black Country. From a lifetime teeming with incident, George picks out the best stories from the old days. This is a book full of lore and quick wit and, above all, a rock-solid belief in family.
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