Paloma Gay y Blasco

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Dr. Paloma Gay y Blasco is a social anthropologist specialising in gender and Spanish Gitanos (Roma/Gypsies). She is a full-time lecturer at University of St Andrews and has published two books and several articles, including Gypsies in Madrid: Sex, Gender, and the Performance of Identity (1999 Oxford, Berg) and with Huon Wardle "How to Read Ethnography" (2008 London Routledge).

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Profile at the website of the University of St Andrews