Walled in by fears. Toward a political linguistic anthropology in a gypsy ghetto (Bulgaria), by Cécile Canut, Cerlis, Paris Descartes, USPC, Tuesday, April 10, 5pm, Franke Institute for the Humanities, 1100 East 57th Street, JRL S-102, Chicago.

Centered on the presence of a wall surrounding the segregated neighborhood of Nadezhda in Sliven (Bulgaria), this presentation will focus on the production of meanings and interpretations about a group designated as “Gypsy.”