Romani Project Bibliography

Other selected topics : Sociolinguistics

  • Adamou E. 2010. Bilingual Speech and Language Ecology in Greek Thrace: Romani and Pomak in contact with Turkish. Language in Society 39/2: 147-171.
  • Adiego, Ignasi-Xavier. 2013. The oldest attestation of the Romani language in Spain: The Aucto del finamiento de Jacob (sixteenth century). Romani Studies Vol. 23, Num. 2: 245-255
  • Bakker, Peter. 2011. A new old text in Romani: Lord's Prayer, 1622. International Journal of Romani Language and Culture Vol 1 (2): 193-212.
  • Davidova, E & Gelnar, J. 1975. Le folklore vocal des tsiganes contemporaire. Etudes Tsiganes 21 (2/3): 4-23.
  • Doerfer, G. Review of Haarman 1979. Indogermanische Forschungen 89: 322-324.
  • Fraurud, K, & Hyltenstam, K. 1997. Språkkontakt och språkbevande: Romani i Sverige [Language contact and language maintenance: Romani in Sweden]. In: Sveriges sju inhemska språk – ett minoritetsspråksperspektiv [The seven native languages of Sweden- A minority language perspective], edited by Kenneth Hyltenstam. Lund: Studentlittetatur. 241-298.
  • Friedman, V. A. 2003. Romani as a minority language, as a standard language, and as a contact language: Comparative legal, sociolinguistic, and structural approaches. In: Multilingualism in Global and Local Perspectives. Secleted papers from the 8th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism, Novemeber 1-3, 2001, Stockholm - Rinkeby, edited by Fraurud, K. & Hyltenstam, K. Elanders Gotab: Stockholm. 103-134.
  • Friedman, V. A. 2003. The Romani Press in Macedonia: Language and Perspective. In: Ethnic Identities in Dynamic Perspective. Proceedings of the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Gypsy Lore Society. Roma Reseach Group, Ethnic and National Minority Studies Institute, edited by Salo, S & Prónai. Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Science. 175-191.
  • Friedman, V. A. 2005. The Romani Language in Macedonia in the third millenium: Progress and Problems. In: General and Applied Romani Linguistics. Proceedings from the 6th International Conference on Romani Linguistics, edited by Schrammel, B., Halwachs, D. W. & Ambrosch, G. Munich: Lincom Europa. 163-173.
  • Gleason, J.B. & Réger, Z. 1985. Aspects of Language Acquisition by Hungarian Gypsy Children. Papers from the fourth and fifth annual meetings of the Gypsy Lore Society, North American Chapter, edited by Joanne Grumet. Publications No. 2. New York: Gypsy lore Society.
  • Haarman, Harald. 1980. Spracherhaltung und Sprachwechsel als Probleme der interlingualen Soziolinguistik. Studien zur Mehrsprachigkeit der Zigeuner in der Sowjetunion. Hamburg: Buske.
  • Halwachs, D. W. & Heinschink, M. 2000. Language change in progress. The case of Kalderash Romani in Vienna. Paper presented at the 5th International. Conference on Romani Linguistics, Sofia, 14-17 September 2000.
  • Halwachs, Dieter W. 1993. Polysystem, Repertoire und Identität. Grazer Linguistische Studien 39-40: 71-90.
  • Halwachs, Dieter W. 2011. Language planning and media: the case of Romani. Current Issues in Language Planning 12:3 (381-401)
  • Halwachs, Dieter W. 2012. Functional Expansion and Language Change: The Case of Burgenland Romani. Romani Studies 5-22 (49–66)
  • Halwachs, Dieter W. 2012. Linguistic Diversity, Dominated Languages and the Internet: The Case of Romani Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Cyberspace. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference. Paris/ Moscow: UNESCO. 272-281
  • Halwachs, Dieter W. 2012. Romani teaching in Austria. Journal of Ethnic Studies, 68 (34-51)
  • Halwachs, Dieter W. 2013. Remarks on the Romani movement and inclusion policies. In: European Yearbook of Minority Issues 10. Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • Halwachs, Dieter W., Barbara Schrammel-Leber, Simone A. Klinger. 2013. Romani, Education, Segregation and the European Charter for Regional and Minority Languages. Grazer Romani Publikationen.
  • Halwachs, Dieter. 2012. Romani teaching: some general considerations based on model cases. In: European Yearbook of Minority Issues 9. Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers: 249-269
  • Hancock, I. F. 1975. The acquisition of English by American Romani children. Word 27 (1-2-3): 353-362.
  • Hancock, I. F. 1980. The ethnolectal English of American Gypsies. In: Perspectives on American English, edited by Dillard, J. The Hague: Mouton. 257-264.
  • Hübschmannová, Milena & H. Kyuchukov. 2000. Asking and thanking in two Romani dialects. The Fifth International Conference on Romani Linguistics, Sofia, September 14th-16th, 2000.
  • Hübschmannová, Milena. 1979. Bilingualism among the Slovak Rom. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 19: 33-49.
  • Hübschmannová, Milena. 1981. Devinettes des Rom slovaques. Etudes Tsiganes 26: 13-19.
  • Josopovič, D. & Repolusk, P. 2003. Demographic characteristics of the Romany in Prekmurje. Acta Geographica Slovenica 43. 127-147.
  • Kakuk, Mátyás. 1994. On the research of Gypsy loanwords in the Hungarian language. Studies in Roma (Gypsy) Ethnography. 200-203.
  • Kenrick, D. 1997. I canti Zingari nei campi de concentramento [the Gypsy songs of the concentration camps]. Lacio Drom 33 (1): 10-20.
  • Kovalcsik, Katalin. 1999. Aspects of language ideology in a Transylvanian Vlach Gypsy community. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 46: 269-288.
  • Kyuchukov, H. 1994. The communicative competence of Romani (Gypsy speaking) children in Bulgarian discourse, in a classroom situation. International Journal of Psycholinguistics 10: 59-82.
  • Kyuchukov, Hristo. 1992. Preparation for the education of the Gypsy children in Bulgaria. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, Fifth Series 2 (2): 147-154.
  • Kyuchukov, Hristo. 1994. The communicative competence of Romani (Gypsy speaking) children in Bulgarian discourse, in a classroom situation. International Journal of Psycholinguistics 10: 59-82.
  • Lewkowicz, Andrzej B. 1994. Obstacles in language communication among Gypsies (Roms) and perspective of the development of the Gypsy (Romani) language. Studies in Roma (Gypsy) Ethnography 2: 212-214.
  • Marushiakova, E. & Popov, V. 2005. Communications between Nomadic Gypsy Groups. In: General and Applied Romani Linguistics. Proceedings from the 6th International Conference on Romani Linguistics, edited by Schrammel, B., Halwachs, D. W. & Ambrosch, G. Munich: Lincom Europa. 182-187.
  • Matras, Yaron. 2004. The role of language in mystifying and de-mystifying Gypsy identity. In: The role of the Romanies, edited by Saul, N. & Tebbut, S. Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press. 53-78.
  • Matras, Yaron. 2010. Romani in Britain. The afterlife of a language. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Matras, Yaron. 2013. Scholarship and the Politics of Romani Identity: Strategic and Conceptual Issues. In: Spiliopoulou Åkermark, S., Bloed, A., Hofmann, R., Malloy, T.H., Marko, J., Packer, J., Weller, eds. European Yearbook of Minority Issues, Vol. 10: 209-245. Leiden: Brill
  • Petrović, J. & Stefanović. 2005. Sociolinguistic aspects of the language of Roma refugees from Kosovo - A comparative study. In: General and Applied Romani Linguistics. Proceedings from the 6th International Conference on Romani Linguistics, edited by Schrammel, B., Halwachs, D. W. & Ambrosch, G. Munich: Lincom Europa. 174-181.
  • Réger, Zita. 1979. Bilingual Gypsy children in Hungary: Explorations in “Natural” second-language acquisition. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 19: 59-82.
  • Réger, Zita. 1999. Teasing in the linguistic socialization of Gypsy children in Hungary. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 46: 289-315.
  • Reinhard, M. D. 1979. the formation of occupational terms in german Romanī (dialect of the Sinte). International Journal of the Sociology of Language 19. 29-32.
  • Rodrigues, P. M. & Matelski. 2004. Monitor racism and the extreme right: Roma and Sinti. Amsterdam: Anne Frank House & Leiden: Department of the Public Administration, Leiden University.
  • Savić, Svenka. 1995. From multilingual to monolingual Vojvodina: the case of the Gypsies. Gypsy Lore Society 43: 95-103.
  • Schrammel-Leber, Barbara, Halwachs, Dieter W. 2013. Roma und Romani in Österreich. In: Thurner, Erika/ Hussl, Elisabeth/Eder-Jordan, Beate (Hrg.): Roma und Travellers. Identitäten im Wandel. Innsbruck
  • Soravia, Giulio. 1994. Ricerca sulle parole antiche nel mondo zingaro Lacio Drom 30 (2): 4-25.
  • Szalai, Andrea. 1999. Linguistic human right problems of Romani and Boyash speakers in Hungary with special attention to education. In: Language: A Right and a Resource. Approaching Linguistic Human Rights, edited by Miklos Kontra, Robert Phillipson, Tove Skutnabb-Kangas & Tibor Varady. Budapest: Central European University Press. 297-315.
  • Tong, Diane. 1983. Language use and attitudes among the Gypsies of Thessaloniki. Anthropological Linguistics 25: 375-385.

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