Citizenship Studies

(The TQCC of Citizenship Studies is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Re-assembling the surveillable refugee body in the era of data-craving29
Emerging digital citizenship regimes: Pandemic, algorithmic, liquid, metropolitan, and stateless citizenships21
Technologies, infrastructures and migrations: material citizenship politics18
Unequal access: wealth as barrier and accelerator to citizenship16
The re-making of developmental citizenship in post-handover Hong Kong15
Citizenship as status, habitus and acts: Language requirements and civic orientation in Sweden15
Operation shelter as humanitarian infrastructure: material and normative renderings of Venezuelan migration in Brazil13
Marriage migration, family and citizenship in Asia12
The invisible hard work of retrieving papers: Syrians and the paradoxes of integration in Germany12
Fragmented citizenship: contemporary infrastructures of mobility containment along two migratory routes12
Knowledge and legitimacy in asylum decision-making: the politics of country of origin information11
Everyday discourse as a space of citizenship: the linguistic construction of in-groups and out-groups in online discussion boards10
Right, righteousness, and act: why should Confucian activists be regarded as citizens in the revival of Confucian education in contemporary China?9
Enfranchising the disenfranchised: should refugees receive political rights in liberal democracies?9
Beyond citizenship: the material politics of alternative infrastructures9
Data-Driven Citizenship Regimes in Contemporary Urban Scenarios: An Introduction9
Refugees enacting (digital) citizenship through placemaking and care practices near and far8
Precarious citizenship: detection, detention and ‘deportability’ in India8
The dilemmas around digital citizenship in a post-Brexit and post-pandemic Northern Ireland: towards an algorithmic nation?8
Transnational marriage migration and the negotiation of precarious pathways beyond partial citizenship in Singapore8
‘Whether you like it or not, this is the future!’: everyday negotiations of the community’s boundary in urban space8
Making green extreme: defending fossil fuel hegemony through citizen exclusion8
From ‘social problems’ to ‘social assets’: geopolitics, discursive shifts in children of Southeast Asian marriage migrants, and mother-child dyadic citizenship in Taiwan8
Held at the gates of Europe: barriers to abolishing immigration detention in Turkey8
Reframing political space. Pro-European mobilisation and the enactment of european citizenship8
Towards a genealogy of migrant struggles and rescue. The memory of solidarity at the Alpine border7
Haunting sovereignty and the neurotic subject: contemporary constellations of fear, anxiety and uncertainty7
Making sense of noncitizens’ rights claims in asylum appeal hearings: practices and sentiments of procedural justice among German administrative judges7
Informing for the sake of it: legal intricacies, acceleration and suspicion in the German and Swiss migration regimes6
States and human immobilization: bridging the conceptual separation of slavery, immigration controls, and mass incarceration6
Platform Urbanization, its recent acceleration, and implications on citizenship. The case of Singapore6
Motherhood, empowerment and contestation: the act of citizenship of vietnamese immigrant activists in the realm of the new southbound policy6
The linguistic boundary problem6
Decarceral Futures: Bridging Immigration and Prison Justice towards an Abolitionist Future6
Speaking the language of the ‘other’: negotiating cultural boundaries through language in chitmahals in Indo-Bangladesh borders6
Procedural (in)justice for EU citizens moving to Belgium: an inquiry into municipal registration practices5
Chinese migrants’ spatial politics of belonging, identity, and citizenship in Santiago de Chile5
Migrant justice as reproductive justice: birthright citizenship and the politics of immigration detention for pregnant women in Canada5
Movements of migration within and beyond citizenship5
Responding to the call for the Super Citizen: migrants’ ambivalent experiences of naturalization in Germany and the United Kingdom5
Navigating citizenship and motherhood in and beyond Berlin5
Legal identity in limbo: humanitarian challenges and responses to civil documentation issued by de facto authorities in Northwest Syria5
Citizenship: flexible, fungible, fragile5
Legal identity in a looking-glass world: documenting citizens of aspirant states5
Forensic citizenship among families of missing migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border5
Malignant citizenship: race, imperialism, and Puerto Rico-United States entanglements5
Documenting life amidst the Syrian war: Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham’s performance of statehood through identity documents4
‘The world we share’: everyday relations and the political consequences of refugee-refugee hosting in Amman, Jordan4
Becoming digital citizens: covid-19 and urban citizenship regimes in India4
Towards de-Westernism in citizenship studies: implications from China4
Photovoice as an unfamiliar act of citizenship: everyday belonging, place-making and political subjectivity4
(Non)recognition of legal identity in aspirant states: evidence from Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria4
Migrant women becoming British citizens: care and coloniality4
Indigenous citizenship, shared fate, and non-ideal circumstances4
Immigration status and policing in Canada: current problems, activist strategies and abolitionist visions4
Citizenship as Burden of Proof: Voting and Hiding Among Migrants from India’s Eastern Borderlands4
Activist citizenship in non-Western and non-democratic contexts: how to define ‘acts of citizenship’4
Three shades of ‘urban-digital citizenship’: borders, speculation, and logistics in Cape Town4
Substituting immigration detention centres with ‘open prisons’ in Indonesia: alternatives to detention as the continuum of unfreedom4
Citizenship Matters: Towards an Interdisciplinary and Global Perspective on Naturalization4
Translators as mediators of citizenship: rethinking community in relational translation4
The rise of cybernetic citizenship4
The making of procedural justice: enacting the state and (non)citizenship4
Citizenship beyond the normative script: young immigrants’ volunteering as a practice of ‘citizenship from below’4
China’s ethnic minority and neoliberal developmental citizenship: Yanbian Koreans in perspective4
Learning to be Legal: Transition Narratives of Joy and Survivor Guilt of Previously Undocumented 1.5-Generation Latinx Immigrants in the United States4
Congolese mothers, affective circuits and ‘acts of citizenship’ in Russia4