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Progress in Human Geography

Domicile citizenship, human mobility and territoriality

2014 •

Alternatives: Global, Local, Political

Citizenship as Capital: The Distinction of Migrant Labor

2008 •

This paper examines the current regime of municipal voting rights in Toronto as a problematic expression of urban citizenship. Many residents of Toronto and other Canadian cities are denied the municipal franchise because they are not Canadian citizens. The paper explores recent scholarship and campaigns in Toronto striving to redefine the relationship between migration, citizenship, cities and voting rights. In the process, Toronto has become the first Canadian city to formally endorse non-citizen municipal voting rights. Yet, Toronto lacks the authority to establish its own criteria for the municipal franchise, suggesting that greater municipal autonomy may be a precondition for more inclusive urban citizenship.

Many migrants who inhabit cities are illegalized, excluded from formal membership in urban communities, and denied full participation in urban life. In this article, I examine the possibilities of all inhabitants to belong to the city. Drawing on Ernst Bloch, David Harvey, Henry Lefebvre, and others, I theorize different ” layers ” of possibility and review the literature to explore how these layers apply to urban belonging. Furthermore, I investigate how urban protests and activist practices can materially transform the city to be more accommodating to illegalized migrants, while evoking the different layers of possibility. I conclude with a discussion of the practical and theoretical implications of contemplating the possibilities of urban belonging.

Social Inclusion

The Transformative Forces of Migration: Refugees and the Re-Configuration of Migration Societies Social Inclusion The Transformative Forces of Migration: Refugees and the Re-Configuration of Migration Societies Editors

2018 •

Special Issue, Social Inclusion 2018, Volume 6, Issue 1

International Journal of Constitutional …

National membership models in a multilevel Europe

2010 •

Stokke, K. (2017). Politics of Citizenship: Towards an Analytical Framework. Norwegian Journal of Geography 71(4): 193-207.

Politics of citizenship: Towards an analytical framework

In the theory-oriented article, the author discusses the meaning of politics of citizenship. He argues that a broad conception of citizenship may provide an integral framework for studying political contentions over cultural, legal, social and political exclusion and inclusion. He starts out from an identification of four key dimensions of citizenship and defines politics of citizenship as contentious interactions over the institutionalisation and realisation of substantive membership, legal status, rights and participation. This is followed by a review of cultural and global turns within the liberal nation-state model of citizenship, demonstrating that the form and substance of citizenship reflect contextual power relations and political contentions. Following from this observation, he discusses the issues at stake in citizenship politics, with special attention to three interrelated dimensions: politics of recognition for cultural inclusion, politics of redistribution for social justice, and politics of representation for political inclusion. This discussion points to fundamental tensions and strategic dilemmas, but also to points of convergence around affirmative and transformative remedies for injustice.

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2016 •

Social Inclusion (ISSN: 2183–2803) 2019, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 119–130

Acts for Refugees’ Right to the City and Commoning Practices of Care-tizenship in Athens, Mytilene and Thessaloniki

Netherlands International Law Review

The Shifting Parameters of Nationality

2018 •

Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press

Citizenship in the Arab World : Kin, Religion and Nation-State

2009 •

The American Historical Review

Expatriation, Expatriates, and Expats: The American Transformation of a Concept

2009 •

German Politics and Society

A Bridge or Barrier to Incorporation? Germany’s 1999 Citizenship Reform in Critical Perspective

2012 •

Routledge Handbook of Global Citizenship Studies Edited by Engin F. Isin and Peter Nyers

Transformations in imaginings and practices of citizenship in Latin America

2014 •

Post-Soviet Affairs, v. 28, no. 1

The Politics of Citizenship Policy in Post-Soviet Russia.

2012 •

Political Geography

Delano, A. & Gamlen, A. 2014 Comparing and Theorizing State Diaspora Relations, Political Geography

2014 •

Political Geography

Gamlen, A. & Delano, A. 2014 Comparing and Theorizing State-Diaspora Relations, Political Geography

2014 •

2012 •

Social Inclusion

Contested Health Care System in Berlin: Are Illegalized Migrants Becoming Urban Citizens

2019 •

Karin Jóhanna Knudsen, Hjamar P. Petersen and Kári á Rógvi (eds.), Four or More Languages for All: Language Policy Challenges of the Future, Oslo: Novus, 2012, pp. 109–130.

Who Is ‘One of Us’? The Nexus between Naturalisation, Language, and Minority Protection

MA Thesis

Regulating Urban Belonging: China’s Hukou System as Intra-National Bordering Process. MA thesis. (2015)

Jcms: Journal of Common Market Studies

Acts of European Citizenship: A Political Sociology of Mobility

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2013 •

International Journal of Comparative Sociology

What Does a Nation Owe Non-Citizens?: National Attachments, Perception of Threat and Attitudes towards Granting Citizenship Rights in a Comparative Perspective

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