Friday, July 17, 2015

Howard-Hassmann & Walton-Roberts: The Human Right to Citizenship: A Slippery Concept

Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann (Wilfrid Laurier Univ. & Balsillie School of International Affairs) & Margaret Walton-Roberts (Wilfrid Laurier Univ. & Balsillie School of International Affairs) have published The Human Right to Citizenship: A Slippery Concept (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press 2015). This is another volume in the series Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights. Contents include:
  • Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, Introduction: The Human Right to Citizenship
  • David Weissbrodt, Human Rights of Noncitizens
  • Kristy A. Belton, Statelessness: A Matter of Human Rights
  • Michal Baer, The Palestinian People: Ambiguities of Citizenship
  • Nassir Uddin, State of Stateless People: The Plight of Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
  • Carolina Moulin, Mobilizing Against Statelessness: The Case of Brazilian Emigrant Communities
  • Chidi Anselm Odinkalu, Natives, Subjects, and Wannabes: Internal Citizenship Problems in Postcolonial Nigeria
  • Sujata Ramachandran, Capricious Citizenship: Identity, Identification, and Banglo-Indians
  • Jacqueline Bhabha & Margareta Matache, Are Children’s Rights to Citizenship Slippery or Slimy?
  • Helen O’Nions, How Citizenship Laws Leave the Roma in Europe’s Hinterland
  • Nancy Hiemstra & Alison Mountz, Slippery Slopes into Illegality and the Erosion of Citizenship in the United States
  • Janet McLaughlin & Jenna Hennebry, Managed into the Margins: Examining Citizenship and Human Rights of Migrant Workers in Canada
  • Thomas Faist, Shapeshifting Citizenship in Germany: Expansion, Erosion, and Extension
  • Kim Rygiel & Margaret Walton-Roberts, Multiple Citizenships and Slippery Statecraft
  • Audrey Macklin, Sticky Citizenship
  • Margaret Walton-Roberts, Slippery Citizenship and Retrenching Rights