La "Domiciliazione imposta" e la sedentarizzazione dei Rom a Melfi - The paper presents some reflections about the historical anthropology of a Southern Italy rom community, rooted since many centuries in the region Basilicata, in the little town of Melfi. These families sedentarization process can be considered as the result of special Italian state policies and of different institutional practices. The paper shows on the one hand the policies adopted at a central level and their implementation at a local level, and on the other the strategies with whom the rom faced them. Finally, the comparison between Italian different regional contexts offers a deeper understanding about these processes.)" />
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La "Domiciliazione imposta" e la sedentarizzazione dei Rom a Melfi
Journal Title: DiPAV - QUADERNI 
Author/s: Stefania Pontrandolfo 
Year:  2009 Issue: 24 Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 Pg. 23-34 FullText PDF:  328 KB
DOI:  10.3280/DIPAV2009-024003
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La "Domiciliazione imposta" e la sedentarizzazione dei Rom a Melfi - The paper presents some reflections about the historical anthropology of a Southern Italy rom community, rooted since many centuries in the region Basilicata, in the little town of Melfi. These families sedentarization process can be considered as the result of special Italian state policies and of different institutional practices. The paper shows on the one hand the policies adopted at a central level and their implementation at a local level, and on the other the strategies with whom the rom faced them. Finally, the comparison between Italian different regional contexts offers a deeper understanding about these processes.

Stefania Pontrandolfo, in "DiPAV - QUADERNI" 24/2009, pp. 23-34, DOI:10.3280/DIPAV2009-024003

   

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