Stewart, MS; (1998) Brothers and Orphans: Two egalitarian models of community among Hungarian Rom. In: Stewart, M and Day, S and Papataxiarchis, E, (eds.) Lillies of the Field: Marginal People who live for the moment. (27 - 44). Westview: Boulder.
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A study of Romany ideas of kinship, personhood and development drawing on representations of a timeless present. How is it possible to conceive of society without generation/s?
|Title:||Brothers and Orphans: Two egalitarian models of community among Hungarian Rom|
|Additional information:||Section introductions, pp. 25-6, 81-2, 117-8 co-authored|
|Keywords:||Romany kinship, presentism|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Anthropology|
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