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Outside the Law: Obstacles to Respecting Roma Housing Rights at a Toxic Landfill (thesis)
Nearly 2,000 people live at the site of a toxic landfill known as Pata-Rât in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Around 42 percent of the people who live at Pata-Rât were evicted to the site by local authorities. Additionally, approximately ...
Silenced and Stuck in Squalor: Roma’s Right to Fair and Equal Opportunity to Speak
In December of 2010, local authorities evicted 56 Roma families to a dump in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Though nearly seven years have passed since local authorities moved families from the center of the city to the outskirts ...
Raising the Woman Question: Duras’s Trans*gender Child
In Marguerite Duras’s The Lover, a fifteen-and-a-half-year-old white girl pursues a sexual relationship with a twenty-seven-year-old Chinese man. . . . Like most scholars, both Schuster and Hewitt presuppose that the ...