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An Indefinite Marriage? Culture and/vs. Social Closure in a Romanian City

Gopk , January 27th, 2014


Those who work on power and its dimensional and disciplinary ramifications are the privileged audience of this post. Apologies to all others, but what I want to do…


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An Indefinite Marriage? Culture and/vs. Social Closure in a Romanian City

Gopk , January 27th, 2014


Those who work on power and its dimensional and disciplinary ramifications are the privileged audience of this post. Apologies to all others, but what I want to do…


→Gopk.

The origins of the spatial segregation of Roma in contemporary Italy

Gopk , November 30th, 2013


[Qui in Italiano] Why do nomad camps exist? One of this blog’s initial goals was to account for my 2007-2008 ethnography of nomad camps in Florence. In fact,…


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The origins of the spatial segregation of Roma in contemporary Italy

Gopk , November 30th, 2013


[Qui in Italiano] Why do nomad camps exist? One of this blog’s initial goals was to account for my 2007-2008 ethnography of nomad camps in Florence. In fact,…


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The origins of the spatial segregation of Roma in contemporary Italy

Gopk , November 30th, 2013


[Qui in Italiano] Why do nomad camps exist? One of this blog’s initial goals was to account for my 2007-2008 ethnography of nomad camps in Florence. In fact,…


→Gopk.

The origins of the spatial segregation of Roma in contemporary Italy

Gopk , November 30th, 2013


[Qui in Italiano] Why do nomad camps exist? One of this blog’s initial goals was to account for my 2007-2008 ethnography of nomad camps in Florence. In fact,…


→Gopk.