This paper summarises Dr Daniel Baker’s final dissertation submitted in completion of his MA in Gender and Ethnic Studies at the University of Greenwich, London in 2002. His research examined how ‘out’ Gay Romanies reconcile disparate and/or conflicting identity positions within their family and community settings. In-depth interview data was analysed in the light of contemporary identity theory in order to uncover narratives that convey what it means for some to be both Gay and Romani.
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