Citizenship Studies - Engin F Isin and Bryan S Turner An Introduction PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS Political Citizenship - Thomas Janoski and Brian Gran Foundations of Rights Economic Citizenship - Anthony Woodiwiss Variations and the Threat of Globalization Social Citizenship - Maurice Roche Grounds of Social Change PART TWO: HISTORIES Ancient Citizenship and its Inheritors - David Burchell Modern Citizenship - Rogers M Smith Citizenship after Orientalism - Engin F Isin PART THREE: APPROACHES Liberal Citizenship - Peter H Schuck Republican Citizenship - Richard Dagger Communitarianism and Citizenship - Gerard Delanty Radical Democratic Citizenship - Claire Rasmussen and Michael Brown Amidst Political Theory and Geography PART FOUR: FORMS Sexual Citizenship - Ruth Lister Citizenship and Indian Peoples - Alan C Cairns The Ambiguous Legacy of Internal Colonialism Cultural Citizenship - Toby Miller Multicultural Citizenship - Christian Joppke Religion and Politics - Bryan S Turner The Elementary Forms of Citizenship Towards Post-National and Denationalized Citizenship - Saskia Sassen Ecological Citizenship - Deane Curtin City, Democracy and Citizenship - Engin F Isin Historical Images, Contemporary Practices Cosmopolitan Citizenship - Andrew Linklater
Bryan S. Turner is Professor of Sociology in the Asian Research Institute (ARI) at the National University of Singapore. Previously he was Professor of Sociology in the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge from 1998-2005. His research interests include globalization and religion, concentrating on such issues as religious conflict and the modern state, religious authority and electronic information, religious, consumerism and youth cultures, human rights and religion, the human body, medical change, and religious cosmologies. He is Joint Chief Editor of the journal Citizenship Studies and serves on the editorial boards of several prestigious journals.
`This is a rich and timely collection that highlights the complex and multi-layered nature of contemporary citizenship. Its editors, as well as many of the contributors to this well organized volume, are among the top scholars working on the issue. Political, economic, social and cultural dimensions of citizenship are examined and the relationships of citizenship to collectivities below and above the "nation-state" level are elaborated' - Nira Yuval-Davis, University of Greenwich `Migration, globalization, European unification and other social changes all challenge conventional wisdom about citizenship. Social science brings crucial perspectives to contemporary debates over civil rights, political belonging, minorities and the public sphere. This volume not only summarizes the recent wave of scholarship but casts it in new light by situating current concerns in historical context and attending to both theoretical debates that cross disciplines' - Craig Calhoun, New York University `This book provides a very useful entry point into the many and wide-ranging debates about citizenship and about rights. It locates the citizenship discussion very well, thereby helping us to understand why there has been such an explosion of interest in such a long-standing notion of Western political thought' - Jane Jenson, Professor of Political Science, Universite de Montreal 'The contributions of Woodiwiss, Lister and Sassen are outstanding but not unrepresentative of the many merits of this excellent collection'- The British Journal of Sociology