Thomas Acton is Professor Emeritus of Romani Studies at Greenwich University. He has written or contributed to many publications and is committed to supporting the rights of Gypsies.
Other titles by this author
Travellers, Gypsies, Roma: The demonisation of difference, Michael Hayes and Thomas Acton (2007)
All Change: Romani Studies through Romani eyes, Damian Le Bas and Thomas Acton (2010)
Gypsy Politics and Traveller Identity, Thomas Acton (Ed) (1997)
Romani Culture and Gypsy Identity, Thomas Acton and Gary Mundy (Eds) (1997)
Steven Adams is Associate Head of the School of Creative Arts at the University of Hertfordshire.
Sulayman Al-Bassam was born in Kuwait in 1972.
Other works include The Mirror for Princes, an imaginative exploration of the current war in Iraq as seen from the viewpoint of an eighth century Abbasid scribe (premiered at the Barbican in spring 2006) and an adaptation in Arabic of Richard III (which premieres in 2007 as part of The RSC’s Complete Works Festival in Stratford-on-Avon). He divides his time between Kuwait and London.
Amor, Nicholas R.
Dr Nicholas R. Amor is an honorary fellow of the University of East Anglia and the University of Suffolk and chairman of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and history.
Henriette Asséo is a French historian writing about the history of the Roma in Europe. She teaches at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences in France.
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