Journal articles

Articles which have appeared in Series 5 of the Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society / Romani Studies

Ambiguous nationalism? Explaining the parliamentary under-representation of Roma in Hungary and                     Romania, Aidan McGarry, 19(2):103-124

Ambitious Education: The Role of Family, School and Friends in the Development of Successful Romany Life          Courses, Maria Székelyi, György Csepeli, and Antak Örkény, 13(1):53-72
An American Rom Family in the World, c. 1918–1949, Sheila Salo, 9(2):117-132

The antecedents of Hungarian anthropological Gypsy studies, Csaba Pronai, 8(1):47-66
Assessing Gypsies' and Travellers' Needs: Partnership Working and 'The Cambridge Project' , Margaret                  Greenfields and Robert Home, 16(2):105-131
Assimilative mechanisms in late 19th century Hungary: the history of a Romani settlement, Andras Tapolcai,     5(1):1-13
Bargaining to Win: Feminine Dealing with Outsiders in a Group of Settled 'Voyageurs' , Orsetta Bechelloni,     16(2):169-190
The Berlin Memorial for the Murdered Sinti and Roma: Problems and Points for Discussion, Michael     Zimmermann, 17(1):1-30
A Biblical text in Greek Romani, Gordon M. Messing, 4(1):1-6
Bringing hybridity to heterogeneity in Romani Studies, Annabel Tremblett, 19(2):147-168
Case in Romani: Old Grammar in New Affixes, Victor A. Friedman, 1(2):85-102
A Case Study of Rom Gypsy Residential Mobility in the United States, David J. Nemeth , 1(1):21-43
Census taking in a Bulgarian Gypsy Mahala (Ruse, December 1992), Alexander Kolev, 4(1):33-46
The cock and the hen: metaphors of sex and fertility at Gitano flamenco fiestas, Caterina Pasqualino, 6(     2):73-87
A complex relationship: menopause, widowhood, and the distribution of power among older Rom women,     Lynette Nyman, 7(2):97-117
A concise grammar of West Bulgarian Romani, Michael Minkov, 7(2):55-95
Constructing the 'Celluloid Gypsy': Tony Gatlif and Emir Kusturica's 'Gypsy Films' in the Context of New     Europe, Nikolina Dobreva, 17(2):141-153

Contestation and Negotiation of Romani Identity through Musical Standardisation, Nadezhda Georgieva,     16(1):1-30
Counting and categorizing: the Gypsy census in the Kingdom of Hungary, 1893, Eliza Johnson, 8(2):83-115
The culture of crime: Examining representations of  Irish Travelers in Traveller and The Riches, Peter     Kabachnik, 19(1):49-63
A Cyber-Ethnographic Foray into GR&T Internet Photo Blogs, David J Nemeth and Rena C Gropper,     18(1):39-70
A Dialect with Seven Names, Petra Cech and Mozes Heinschink, 11(2): 137-184

Djorgovci: An Ambivalent Identity, Sanja Zlatanoviæ, 16(2):133-151, Sanja Zlatanovic, 16(2):133-151
The earliest text in Balkan (Rumelian) Romani: a passage from Evliya Celebi's Seyahat-Name, Victor A.     Friedman and Robert Dankoff, 1(1):1-20
The earliest  vocabulary of Romani words (c. 1515) in the Collectanea of Johannes ex Grafing, a student of     Johannes Reuchlin and Conrad Celtis, Georg Nicolaus Knauer, 20(1):1-15
An Early Vocabulary of British Romani (1616): A Linguistic Analysis, Peter Bakker, 12(2):75-101
Effects of State Assimilation Policy on Polish Gypsies, Andrzej Mirga, 3(2):69-76
Eternal Home: A Vlach Roma Funeral in Kétegyháza, Hungary, Peter Szuhay and Edit Kõszegi, 15(2):91-124
Ethnic Identity Among Gypsy Groups in Bulgaria, Elena Marushiakova, 2(2):95-115
Ethnicization of Value - The Value of Ethnicity: The Prestige-item Economy as a Performance of Ethnic Identity among the Gabors of Transylvania, Peter Berta, 17(1):31-65

Evangelical Gypsies in Bulgaria: Way of Life and Performance of Identity, Magdalena Slavkova,     17(2):205-246
Exploring New Worlds in American Romani Studies: Social and Cultural Attitudes among the American     Macvaia, Rena C Gropper and Carol Miller , 11(2):81-110
The Fight Against the Swiss Yenish and the 'Children of the Open Road’ Campaign, Thomas Meier,     18(2):101-121

Finikas Romika: A Greek Para-Romani Variety, Irene Sechidou, 15(1):51-79
The First Caló Dictionary ever Published in Spain (Trujillo 1844): An Analysis of its Sources, Ignasi-Xavier     Adiego, 15(2):125-143
The flight into Mexico, 1917, Sheila Salo, 2(1):61-81

The Gandhi School: seeds of cross-cultural conflict, Dyna S. Hermann, 8(2):133-143
Greek Roma Social Performance, Resistance and Conflict Resolution: The Case of a Roma Trial, Electra Bada,     16(2):153-167
Gypsies and Parliamentary Language: An Analysis, Royce Turner, 12(1):1-34
Gypsies and Traditional Bulgarian Culture, Vesselin Popov, 3(1):21-33
Gypsies, Ethnicity, and the Labor Market: An Introduction, Maria José Casa-Nova, 17(1 ):103-123
The Gypsy as Trope in Victorian and Modern British Literature, Abby Bardi, 16(1):31-42
The Gypsy Court in Eastern Europe, Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov, 17(1):67-101
‘Gypsy Invasion’: A critical Analysis of Newspaper Reaction to Czech and Slovak Asylum-Seekers in Britain,     1997, Colin Clark and Elaine Campbell, 10(1):23-47
Gypsy music in Yugoslavia: inside the popular culture tradition, Ljerka Vidic Rasmussen, 1(2):127-139
A Gypsy Newspaper in Greece, Gordon M. Messing, 5(2):63-67

The Gypsy Question and the Gypsy Expert in Sweden, Norma Montesino, 11(1):1-23
Gypsy Work -- Gadjo Work, Kata Horváth , Kata Horváth, 15(1):31-49

Health and illness among the Rom of California, Anne Sutherland, 2(1):19-59
Hedging the Bets: Risk Reduction Among the Rom Gypsies, Rena Cotten Gropper, 1(1):45-59
Historical Variations in Inter-ethnic Relations: Toward a Social History of Roma in Csenyéte, János Ladányi     and Iván Szelényi, 13(1):1-51

Immigrant Roma in Sicily: The role of the informal economy in producing social advancement, Pietro Saitta,     20(1):17-45
Interference in Romani: functional change in inherited grammatical categories, Norbert Boretzky, 8(1):19-46
Irving Brown: The American Borrow?, David J. Nemeth, 4(1):7-31

Johann Rüdiger and the Study of Romani in 18th-Century Germany, Yaron Matras, 9(2):89–116
John Clare's Gypsies, Sarah Houghton-Walker, 19(2):125-145

Kinship, Social Organisation and Genealogical Manipulations in Gypsy osadas in Eastern Slovakia, Marek     Jakoubek and Lenka Budilová, 16(1):63-82

Labour Market Restructuring and Employment Pathways: The Case of a Mixed Community (Roma,     non-Roma) in North-west Greece, Spyros Themelis, 18(2):123-154
'Lambada' in Kosovo: a profile of Gypsy creativity, Svanibor Pettan, 2(2):117-130

Limited Opportunities for Political Participation: A Case-Study of Roma Local Councillors in Slovenia, Irena     Baclija and Miro Hacek, 17(2):155-179
The little girl and the swarthy beast, Bozidar Jezernik, 7(1):39-48
The Little Maple Tree: A Transylvanian Gypsy Folk Tale with Songs, Katalin Kovalcsik and Endre Talos, 1( 2):103-125
"Lolya's Story": Steve Kaslov and His Memoirs, Sheila Salo, 5(1):38-50
Luck: how the Machvaia make it and keep it, Carol Miller, 7(1):1-26

Maggie's education of "Her Unknown Kindred" in George Eliot's The Mill on the Floss, Mary Elizabeth Hayes,     8(2):117-131
Marginality and Language Use: The Example of Peripatetics in Afghanistan, Aparna Rao , 5(2):69-95
Men's and women's storytelling in a Hungarian Vlach Gypsy community, Katalin Kovalcsik, 3(1):1-20
Modern Gypsies: Gender and Kinship among the Calós from Catalonia, David Lagunas Arias, 12(1):35-55
More on the sibilants of Romani, Eric P. Hamp, 3(2):67-68

Nazi Policies toward Roma and Sinti, 1933-194Sybil Milton, 2(1):1-18
The "New" Infinitive in Romani, Norbert Boretzky, 6(1):1-51

Performing the border of child labour: Roma working children, Maria-Carmen Pantea, 19(1 ):19-48
Persecution and annihilation of Roma and Sinti in Austria, 1938-194, Elisabeth Klamper, 3(2):55-65
Political consciousness in the vernacular: versions and variants of the Hungarian Ciganyhimnusz (Gypsy     anthem), Barbara Rose Lange, 9(1):29-54
The Politics of Evangelism: Masculinity and Religious Conversion among Gitanos, Paloma Gay y Blasco,     10(1):1-22
Preparation for the education of Gypsy children in Bulgaria, Hristo Kjuchukov, 2(2):147-154
Protestant Evangelicalism among the Spanish Gypsies, Merrill F. McLane, 4(2):111-117
A Provisional Phonology of Gabor Romani, D J Gardner and S A Gardner, 18(2):155-199

The quest for a Proto-Romani infinitive, Michael Beníšek, 20(1): 47-86

The Registration of Gypsies in National Socialism: Responsibility in a German Region, Ulrich F Opfermann,     11(1):25-52
Respect and Rank Among the Machvaia Roma, Carol Miller, 4(2):75-94
Ritual Impurity and Kinship in a Gypsy osada in Eastern Slovakia, Lenka Budilová and Marek Jakoubek,     15(1):1-29
Ritual Purity: An Aspect of the Gypsy Pilgrimage to Stes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Janne-Elisabeth McOwan,     4(2):95-109
The Rom migrations, Angus M. Fraser, 2(2):131-145
Rom migrations and the end of slavery: a rejoinder to Fraser, Thomas Acton, 3(2):77-89
Roma and Romani in Austria, Dieter W. Halwachs, Dieter W Halwachs, 15(2):145-173
Romani and the census in the Republic of Macedonia, Victor A. Friedman, 6(2):89-101
Romani language standardization, Vania de Gila-Kochanowski, 5(2):97-107
Romani law in the Timis County Giambas community, Claude Cahn, 19(2): 87-101
Romani Migration in the 1990s: Perspectives on Dynamic, Interpretation and Policy, Eva Sobotka,     13(2):79-121
Romani naming as multiple strategies, Sarah Drue Phillips, 7(1): 27-38
Romani Political Representation in Central Europe, An Historical Survey, Ilona Klimová, 12(2):103-147

Sinclair meets the Rom, 1902, Albert Thomas Sinclair and Sheila Saloeditor, 3(1):35-44
Some sample texts in Greek Romany, Gordon M. Messing, 1(2):67-83
The Spanish Gypsy vocabulary of manuscript 3929, Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid (18th century): a reading,     Ignasi-Xavier Adiego, 8(1):1-18
The speech of the Polska Roma: some highlighted features and their implications for Romani dialectology,     Yaron Matras, 9(1):1-28

The Tie That Binds: Gypsies, John Clare and English Folk Culture, Kristine Douaud, 18(1):1-38
Traditional political clientage relations in three communities of Greek Gypsies, Nikos Marantzidis, Nikos     Raptis, and George Mavrommatis, 9(1):55-70
The Traditional Songs of the Finnish Romany: Silent Tradition, Kai Åberg, 18(1):71-91
‘...treat them like Jewish objects.’ The Treatment of the Sinti and Roma at the Hands of the Fiscal     Administration, Hans-Dieter Schmid, 13(2):149-161
Two Domari Legends about the Origin of the Doms, Yaron Matras, 10(1):49-75
(Un)wanted Institutionalization: The Case of Finnish Romani, Kimmo Granqvist, 16(1):43-62
"The Ways of My People", Steve Kaslov, 5(1):15-37
Wearing Gypsy identity in a Gábor Gypsy community in Tirgu Mures, Saba Tesfay, 19(1):1-17
The Wehrmacht and the National Socialist Persecution of the Gypsies, Michael Zimmermann, 11(2):111-135
When Offenders Became Delinquents: Changes in Swedish Tinker Identity, Birgitta Svensson, 4(2):55-72
Wlislocki's Transylvanian 'Gypsies' and the Discourses on Aryanism, Iulia-Karin Patrut, 17(2):181-204
Yiftos, Tsinganos: a note on Greek terminology, Yvonne Hunt, 9(1):71-78
The Zargari Language: An Endangered European Romani in Iran, Hassan Rezai Baghbidi, 13(3):123-148