Roma and Gypsy economic arrangements are complexly related to social position. Authors ethnographically studied these complexities, exploring how, despite - or perhaps because of - their unstable and ambiguous position within the market economy, Roma and Gypsy communities continuously re-create more or less viable economic strategies.
Micol Brazzabeni is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CRIA-IUL, Lisbon. She is the author of La Scuola di Carta (2008) and a co-editor of Etudes Tsiganes, Special Issue Emotion and Place (2012). Manuela Ivone Cunha is a Professor at the University of Minho and a Senior Research Fellow at CRIA-UMinho. She has authored and edited several publications on the social and penal management of social vulnerability. Martin Fotta is a Lecturer of Social Anthropology at the University of Kent. He is working on a book focusing on money-lending practices of Calon Gypsies of Bahia, Brazil.
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Social Sciences: Textbooks & Study Guides
The Human Economy
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Manuela Ivone Cunha, Martin Fotta, Micol Brazzabeni