Hasdeu, I., & Scott, M. (2008). Imagining the Gypsy Woman: Representations of Roma in Romanian Museum. Third Text, 22(3), 347-357.
The women of the culture presented in art and how it reflects the culture, as well as the role of clothing.
Kabachnik, P. (2010). England or Uruguay? The persistence of place and the myth of the placeless Gypsy. Area, (2), 198. doi:10.2307/27801461
Article trying to explain the myths of why Gypsies are thought to not have a place to call home.
Pasqualino, C., & Hurwitz, L. (2008). The Gypsies, Poor but Happy: A Cinematic Myth. Third Text, 22(3), 337-345.
An analysis how the stereotypes presented in film have not helped the plight of the community.
Taylor, B. (2011). A People on the Outside. History Today, 61(6), 17-19
This periodical is about how gypsies are being stereotyped against despite that they are part of the population and how shows like My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding is not helping matters.
Vermeersch, P. (2008). Exhibiting Multiculturalism. Third Text, 22(3), 359-371.
Article about the groups need to be presented correctly in the eyes of the country.
Voss, T. (2011). The Stranger as Story-teller: Gypsies and Others. Shakespeare In Southern Africa, 2331-42. doi:10.4314/sisa.v23i1.4
This article talks about how Shakespeare used gypsies in his work, though much of the time were misrepresented in the works.