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Employing methods of both comparative law and legal anthropology, Drummond (law, York U.) explores the marriage law practiced by Rom people in southern Spain during the 1990s. Within sections on state, culture, and marriage, she discusses such aspects as shifting contexts for legal reform, reconceptualizing Gypsyhood, hidden marriages within hidden marriages, and a wandering and a dwelling law. Distributed in the US by University of Washington Press. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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Drummond, Susan G.
University of British Columbia Press
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