Romani Project Bibliography

Other selected topics : Romani Origins

  • Arlati, Angelo. 1997. La lingua zingara. Il calendario del popolo, 606: 23-26.
  • Bakker, Peter & Monrad, Astrid. 2011. Roma: linguistic archaeology of nomads. Arkeologisk Museum AMS-Varia 53: 35-44
  • Bakker, Peter. 2012. Romani genetic linguistics and genetics: Results, prospects and problems,” Romani Studies 5, 22: 91-111
  • Bataillard, Paul. 1875. The affinities of the Gypsies with the Jats. The Academy 7: 583-585.
  • Friedman, V. A. 1995. Book review of de Gila-Kochanowski 1994. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Fifth Series, 5: 119-121.
  • Gila-Kochanowski, V. 1990. Aryan and Indo-Aryan Migrations. Extracts from Diogenes 149: 125-145.
  • Grierson, G. A. 1887. Arabic and Persian references to Gypsies. Indian Antiquary 16: 257-258.
  • Grierson, G. A. 1888. Doms, Jats, and the origin of the Gypsies. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, 1: 71-76.
  • Grierson, G. A. 1906. The Piśāca languages of North-Western India. London: Royal Asiatic Society.
  • Grierson, G. A. 1908. India and the Gypsies. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, New Series, 1 (1): 400.
  • Haarman, Harald. 1989. Einleitung. In: Von der Sprache und Herkunft der Zigeuner aus Indien ed. by Nachdruck der Ausgabe Leipzig 1782. Hamburg: Buske. VII-XXVII.
  • Hancock, I. F. 1991. Romani foodways: The Indian roots of Gypsy culinary culture. The World and I, April 1991: 12-26.
  • Hancock, I. F. 1995. On the migration and affiliation of the Dÿmba: Iranian words in Rom, Lom, and Dom Gypsy. In: Romani in contact. the history, structure and socioligy of language, edited by Matras, Yaron. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 25-51.
  • Hancock, I. F. 1998. The Indian origin and westward migration of the Romani people. Manchaca: International Romani Union.
  • Hancock, I. F. 2000. The emergence of Romani as a Koïné outside of India. In: Scholarship and the Gypsy Struggle; Commitment in Romani Studies, edited by Acton, T. Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press. 1-13.
  • Kenrick, Donald. 1993. Gypsies from India to the Mediterranean. Toulouse: CRDP Midi Pyrénées.
  • Kochanowski, Jan. 1974. Human rights and the Romané chavé. In: Studies in Indo-Asian Art & Culture 4 (Acharya Raghu Vira Commemoration Volume), edited by Perala Ratnam: 49-55.
  • Kochanowski, Vania de Gila. 1990. Migrations aryennes et indo-aryennes [Aryan and Indo-Aryan migrations]. Diogènes 149: 119-141.
  • Kutlik-Garudo, Igor E. 1993. Sprachliches und Zeitliches zur Zigeunerimmigration in Armenien und Palästina im Mittelalter. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 143: 265-286.
  • Lesný, V. 1941. Die Zigeuner sind ursprünglich die indischen Doms. Archiv Orientálni 12: 121-127.
  • Lorimer, D. L. R. 1939. The Dumaki language. Nijmegen: Dekker and Van de Vegt.
  • Macalister, R. A. S. 1914. The language of the Nawar of Zutt, the nomad smiths of Palestine. (Gypsy Lore Society Monographs 3). London: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Marsden, William. 1785. Observations on the language of the people commonly called Gypsies. Archeologica 7: 382-386.
  • Matras, Yaron. 1999. The state of present-day Domari in Jerusalem. Mediterranean Language Review 11: 1-58.
  • Matras, Yaron. 2010. Romani in Britain. The afterlife of a language. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Miklosich, Franz. 1872-1880. Über die Mundarten und Wanderungen der Zigeuner Europas X-XII. Wien: Karl Gerold’s Sohn.
  • Patkanoff, K.P. 1907/1908. Some words on the dialects of the Transcaucasian Gypsies. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, New Series, 1: 229-257; 2: 246-266, 325-334.
  • Rao, Aparna. 1995. Marginality and language use: The example of peripatetics in Afghanistan. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Fifth Series, 5: 69-95.
  • Rüdiger, Johan C. C. 1782. [1990]. Von der Sprache und Herkunft der Zigeuner aus Indien. In: Neuester Zuwachs der teutschen, fremden und allgemeinen Sprach-kunde in eigenen Aufsätzen, 1. Stück. Leipzig. Hamburg: Buske. 37-84.
  • Sampson, John. 1923. On the origin and early migrations of the Gypsies. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Third Series, 2: 156–169.
  • Sampson, John. 1927. Notes on Professor R.L. Turner’s “The position of Romani in Indo-Aryan”. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Third Series, 6: 57–68.
  • Singh, R.A. 1980. The periphrasis of the cases. Syntax of Apabhrama. Simant Publications India.
  • Turner, Ralph L. 1926. The position of Romani in Indo-Aryan. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Third Series, 5: 145-189.
  • Vekerdi, József. 1981. On the social prehistory of the Gypsies. Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 35: 243-254.
  • Woolner, Alfred C. 1913-1914. The Indian origin of the Gypsies in Europe. Journal of the Panjab Historical Society 2: 136-141.
  • Woolner, Alfred C. 1928. Aśoka and the Gypsies. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Third Series, 7: 108–111.

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