Citizenship Studies

(The TQCC of Citizenship Studies is 14. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The Production of Culprits: From Deportability to Detainability in the Aftermath of “Homeland Security”165
Introduction: The Contentious Politics of Refugee and Migrant Protest and Solidarity Movements: Remaking Citizenship from the Margins147
From refugee camps to gated communities: biopolitics and the end of the city1114
From Identity to Queer Politics: Shifts in Normative Heterosexuality and the Meaning of Citizenship74
The Active Child Citizen: Lessons from Canadian Policy and the Children's Movement66
From citizens tocitadins? Rethinking right to the city inside housing squats in Rome, Italy51
The politics of affective citizenship: from Blair to Obama51
(En)gendering the political: Citizenship from marginal spaces50
From Bounded to Flexible Citizenship: Lessons from Africa46
Voices from the Margins: Sadomasochism and Sexual Citizenship36
Introduction: citizenship as inhabitance? Migrant housing squats versus institutional accommodation35
Educating Europe's citizens: moving from national to post-national models of educating for European citizenship33
From citizenship to mobile commons: reflections on the local struggles of undocumented migrants in the city of Malmö, Sweden31
The Globalization of Rights: From Citizenship to Human Rights28
Citizenship and the contracting out of military work: from national conscription to globalized recruitment26
From Subjects to Citizens: On Educational Reforms and the Demarcation of the “Israeli-Arabs”23
Urban commons and freedom of movement The housing struggles of recently arrived migrants in Rome23
Identifying dead migrants: forensic care work and relational citizenship23
Unfamiliar acts of citizenship: enacting citizenship in vernacular music and language from the space of marginalised intergenerational migration22
Building the sanctuary city from the ground up: abolitionist solidarity and transformative reform21
Intersex/variations of sex characteristics and DSD citizenship in the UK, Italy and Switzerland20
Re-thinking urban citizenship for immigrants from a policy perspective: the case of Barcelona20
Nurturing resilient future citizens through value consistency vs. the retreat from multiculturalism and securitisation in the promotion of British values in schools in the UK20
The micropolitics of border struggles: migrants’ squats and inhabitance as alternatives to citizenship19
From Gastarbeiter to “Ausländische Mitbürger”: Postnational Citizenship and In-Between Identities in Berlin19
A material politics of citizenship: the potential of circulating materials from UK Immigration Removal Centres18
For ‘common struggles of migrants and locals’. Migrant activism and squatting in Athens18
Partisan citizenship and its discontents: precarious possession and political agency on Harare City’s expanding margins17
Faces of globalization and the borders of states: from asylum seekers to citizens16
Notes from a refugee protest: ambivalences of resisting and desiring citizenship15
‘The sleep has been rubbed from their eyes’: social citizenship and the reproduction of local hierarchies in rural Hungary and Romania15
Immigrant meanings of citizenship: mobility, stability, and recognition14
Deferred action and the discretionary state: migration, precarity and resistance14
Towards a Post-Citizenship Society? A Report from the Front14