The Fringes of Citizenship: Romani Minorities in Europe and Civic Marginalisation - Theory for a Global Age (Hardback)Julija Sardelic (author)
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Number of pages: 216
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 14 mm
Recipient of the ASN Harriman Rotschild Book Prize Honorable Mention 2022
'This excellent and engaging text seeks to open up a new discussion about the failure of Roma 'integration' and the persistent violation of Roma rights on the part of nation-states. It adopts an explicit socio-legal perspective and acknowledges the crucial role of widespread anti-Roma racism in maintaining Roma marginality and ensuring their positioning at the 'fringes of citizenship' [...] In doing so it moves us further toward a more reality-congruent orientation in understanding Roma and non-Roma relations.'
Ryan Powell, Housing Studies
'The book is a must-read for scholars, practitioners as well as students dealing with marginalized communities and citizenship studies, as it provides a new and interesting angle and a new perspective in the field of citizenship studies.'
Sophie Schonthaler, European Yearbook of Minority Issues
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