Gypsy/Roma diasporas. A comparative perspective
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In this article I explore the imaginative and practical links that the Gitanos of Jarana, in Madrid, make with other Gitanos and Gypsies elsewhere. What kind of diaspora do they see themselves as belonging to? The context to my investigation is the fast growth of both Gypsy Pentecostalism and Roma international political activism – two movements that, in very different ways, call for the unity of all Gypsies/Roma worldwide. Their efforts contrast greatly with the world-views and attitudes of many of the people of Jarana who reject social harmony and cohesion as paths to community-making.
Gay y Blasco , P 2002 , ' Gypsy/Roma diasporas. A comparative perspective ' Social Anthropology , vol 10 , no. 2 , pp. 173-188 . , 10.1017/S0964028202000125
(c)2002 European Association of Social Anthropologists
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