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Bibliography & Further Reading

  • Table of Contents
  • Roma History- Introduction, Origins, the Migrations, and the Roma presence in Europe from the Medieval Period to the Second World War
  • The Romany Holocaust; Roma in Post-WWII Eastern Europe & Yugoslavia
  • Kosovo History- from the Medieval Nemanjic Dynasty to 1989
  • The 1989 Revocation of Autonomy, the Nonviolent Resistance, the Kosovo Liberation Army, the 1999 NATO War, and Kosovo Today
  • Bibliography & Further Reading
  • Reports & Excerpts
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    Bibliography

    Amnesty International. Prisoners in Our Own Homes: Amnesty International's Concerns for the Human Rights of Minorities in Kosovo/Kosova. London: AI 2003.

    Crowe, David M. A History of the Gypsies of Eastern Europe and Russia. New York: St. Martin's, 1994.

    Duijzings, Ger. Religion and the Politics of Identity in Kosovo. New York: Columbia University Press, 2000.

    Durham, M. Edith. High Albania. London: Edward Arnold, 1909.

    European Roma Rights Center. Roma in the Kosovo Conflict. Budapest: ERRC, 1999.

    Fonseca, Isabel. Bury Me Standing: the Gypsies and their Journey. New York: Vintage Departures, 1996.

    Fraser, Angus. The Gypsies. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 1992.

    Galjus, Orhan. Roma of Kosovo: the Forgotten Victims. Patrin Web Journal: 1999

    Hancock, Ian F. Pariah Syndrome: An Account of Gypsy Slavery and Persecution. Michigan: Karoma Publishers, 1987

    Hancock, Ian F. We Are The Romani People. Hatfield: University Of Hertfordshire Press 2003

    Human Rights Watch. Abuses Against Serbs and Roma in the New Kosovo. New York: HRW 1999.

    Humanitarian Law Center. Kosovo Roma: Targets of Abuse and Violence. Belgrade: HLC 1999.

    Malcolm, Noel. Kosovo: a Short History. New York: New York University Press, 1998.

    Novitch, Myriam. Gypsy Victims of the Nazi Terror. UNESCO Courier, Oct. 1984.

    Observer, the (UK). Kosovo 'Disaster Response Service' Stands Accused of Murder and Torture. London: the Observer, March 12, 2000.

    Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Policy Note on the ‘Roma Mahala’ and the Rights to Property and to Return Home. Pristina: March 27, 2003.

    Pottenat, Mary & Khan, Nadia. Roma and the Holocaust. http://www.iearn.org

    Puxon, Grattan. Roma: Europe’s Gypsies. London: Minority Rights Group, 1987.

    Save the Children. Denied a Future: Save the Children Kosovo Report on Roma Education. London: Save the Children Press, 2001.

    Smith, Fergus. Romanes Language Notes. http://www2.arnes.si/~eusmith/Romany

    United Nations Development Program. Avoiding the Dependency Trap. Geneva: UNDP 2002. http://www.roma.undp.sk

    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees/ Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Tenth Assessment of the Situation of Ethnic Minorities in Kosovo (Period covering May 2002 to December 2002). Kosovo: UNHCR 2003.

    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Update on the Situation of Roma, Ashkaelia, Egyptians, Bosniaks and Gorani in Kosovo. Kosovo: UNHCR 2003.

    United States State Department. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia- Country Report on Human Rights Practices. Washington DC: USSD, 2002.

    Vickers, Miranda. Between Serb and Albanian: A History of Kosovo. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.

    Washington Post. Rule of Law Is Elusive in Kosovo; UN, NATO Criticized For Inaction on Violence. Washington DC: the Washington Post, July 29, 2001.

    Weyrauch, Walter O (Editor). Gypsy Law: Legal Traditions and Culture. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.

    World Bank. Poverty & Ethnicity: a Cross-Country Study of Roma Poverty in Central Europe. Washington DC: World Bank, 2002.

    World Bank. Roma in an Expanding Europe: Breaking the Poverty Cycle. Washington DC: World Bank, 2003.