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Panayi, Panikos
Outsiders : a history of European minorities / Panikos Panayi
London ; Rio Grande, OH : Hambledon Press, c1999
book jacket
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 Armenian Research Center  D1056 .P36    CALL 593-5181
Subject(s) Minorities -- Europe -- History
Ethnicity -- Europe -- History
Nationalism -- Europe -- History
Racism -- Europe -- History
Subject Europe -- Race relations -- History
Europe -- Emigration and immigration -- History
Physical Description xii, 208 p. : maps ; 25 cm
Note ACCESS: May only be used at the Armenian Research Center ; please call 313 593-5181 for Center hours
Includes bibliographical references (p. [185]-197) and index
Review "Outsiders is the first history of all European minority communities by a single author. Panikos Panayi deals with the classic dispersed minorities, the Jews and the Gypsies, as well as the Muslims of the Balkans and the massive diaspora of Germans in eastern Europe from the middle ages to 1945. Almost all countries have disadvantaged ethnic and linguistic minorities: whether minorities without their own states, such as the Bretons, Scots, Vlachs and Kurds; or those, such as the Russians in Estonia or the Greeks in Turkey, who form linguistic and ethnic groups different to the native majorities."--BOOK JACKET
Series Armenian Research Center collection

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