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STRANGER AT HOME: ROMA POPULATIONS IN EUROPE
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Reviewed By: Society for the Anthropology of Europe
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 12:15 PM-2:00 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  Enkelejda Sula-Raxhimi (University of Montreal) and Alexandra Dorca-Jivan (Independent Researcher)
Chairs:  Enkelejda Sula-Raxhimi (University of Montreal)
Discussants:  Mark Auslander (Central Washington University) and Carol Silverman (Univ of OREGON)
12:15 PM
Conundrums of a (Non)Relation: Roma and the Others In Albania and Kosovo
Enkelejda Sula-Raxhimi (University of Montreal)
12:30 PM
Strangers In Strange Lands – Creating the European Roma within the Neoliberal Culture Complex
Marianne Blom Brodersen (NTNU) and Emil André Røyrvik (SINTEF)
12:45 PM
Gypsies of Perpignan: French Citizens, but Eternal Foreigners
Leon L Grimard (University of Montreal)
1:00 PM
Between the Tiganie and the Desert: Roma In Romania
Alexandra Dorca-Jivan (Independent Researcher)
1:15 PM
Discussant
Carol Silverman (Univ of OREGON)
1:30 PM
Discussant
Mark Auslander (Central Washington University)
1:45 PM
Discussion