Paloma Gay y Blasco

Paloma Gay y Blasco

Dr. Paloma Gay y Blasco is a social anthropologist specialising in gender and Gypsies. She is a full-time lecturer at University of St Andrews and has published two book and several articles, including "Gypsies in Madrid: Sex, Gender, and the Performance of Identity" (1999) and "We Don't Know Our Descent: How Gitanos Manage the Past", which appeared in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (2001).

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[http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/academic/anthropology/staffprofiles/blasco.htm Profile at the website of the University of St Andrews]


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