Contextual, Constructed and Contested

eds. Adrian Marsh & Elin Strand ISBN 91-86884-17-4

CONTENTS

E. Strand and A. Marsh, In Memoriam: The Scholarship of Nabil Sobhi Hanna and Angus Fraser
1. T Acton, Romani Politics, Scholarship, and the Discourse of Nation-building: Romani Studies in 2003
2. A. Marsh, “…the strumming of their silken bows” The Firdausi Legend of Bahram Gür in the Context of Narratives of Origin in Romani Histories
3. P. Polansky, Using Oral Histories and Customs of the Kosovo Roma as a Guide to their Origins
4. I. Hancock, On Romany Origins and Identity – Questions for Discussion
5. V. Novoselsky, European Roma in the State of Israel
6. E. Strand, Romanlar and Ethno-Religious Identity in Turkey: A Comparative Perspective
7. M. Özünal, Makus Ma! Me de Rom Sinom! Images of
8. Gypsies in the Turkish lands 1
9. E. Hansen and K. Johansson, The Cultural Heritage of the Roma and Resande represented in the Malmö Museer
10. I. Cederberg, The International Romani Writers Association
11. S. Bladh, The Abdals of Sulukule Images of Gypsies in the Turkish lands 2
12. S. Kolukirik, Perceptions of Identity Amongst the Tarlabasi Gypsies, Izmir
13. E. Sobotka, Human Rights and Policy Formulation towards the Roma in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary
14. U. Mischek, Mahalle Identity – Roman (Gypsy) Identity under Urban Conditions
15. A. Oprisan, An Overview of the Romanlar in Turkey
16. A. Marsh, Ottoman Gypsies and Taxation: A comment on Cantemir’s “…about the Gypsy people, who are numerous in the Turkish country”
17. B. Streck, Nabil Sobhi Hanna: A Personal Reflection
18. E. Marushiakova and V. Popov, The Turkish Gypsies in the Balkans and the Countries of Former Soviet Union
19. E. Onaran Incirlioglu, Where exactly is Çinçin Baglari?
20. A. Williams, The Current Situation of the Dom in Jordan R. Benninghaus, Afterwor

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