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GEOG2055
GEOG2055 Module Reading List

Citizenship and Identity: Comparative Perspectives, 2017/18, Semester 1, 2
Dr Martin Zebracki
m.m.zebracki@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

GEOG2055 Reading List

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General

Isin, E. and Wood, P. 1999. Citizenship and identity. London: Sage.

 

Isin, E. and Turner, B. 2002. Handbook of citizenship studies. London: Sage.

 

Lister, R. 2003. Citizenship: Feminist perspectives. New York: New York University Press (2nd edition). 

 

Painter, J. and Philo, C. (eds) 1995. Spaces of citizenship. Political geography., 14 (special issue). 

 

Valentine, G. 2001. Social geographies : space and society. Harlow: Longman. 

 

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Week 1: Citizenship & Identity: Module Introduction

Required (for seminar)

Staeheli, L. (2011) Political geography: Where’s citizenship? Progress in human geography. 35(3): 393-400.

 

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Week 2: Rights & Responsibilities 

Required

Staeheli, L., Ehrkamp, P., Leitner, H. and Nagel, C. 2012 Dreaming the ordinary: Daily life and the complex geographies of citizenship. Progress in human geography., 36, 628-44. 

Supplementary

Heater, D. 2006. Citizenship in Britain : a history. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

 

Smith, S. 1989. Society, space and citizenship: A human geography for new times? Transactions 14, 144-56. 

 

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Week 3: Rights & the State: Citizenship Concepts

Required

Kofman, E. (2003) Rights and citizenship in Agnew, J., Mitchell, K. and Toal, G. (eds) A companion to political geography. Oxford: Blackwell.

 

Delanty, G. (2002) Communitarianism and citizenship in Isin, E. and Turner, B. (eds) Handbook of citizenship studies. London: Sage, 159-174. 

 

Rasmussen, C. and Brown, M. (2002) Radical democratic citizenship: Amidst political theory and geography in Isin, E. and Turner, B. (eds) Handbook of citizenship studies. London: Sage, 175-188 

 

Supplementary

Barnett, C. and Low, M. (2004) Geography and democracy: An introduction in C Barnett and M. Low (eds). Spaces of democracy : geographical perspectives on citizenship, participation and representation. London: Sage, 1-16. 

 

Dwyer, C. (1999) Contradictions of community: Questions of identity for young British Muslim women. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.. 31: 53-68.

 

Froehling, O. (1999) Internauts and guerrilleros: The Zapatisata rebellion in Chiapas, Mexico and its extension into cyberspace in M. Crang, P. Crang, and J. May (eds) Virtual geographies : bodies, space and relations. London: Routledge.

 

Kukathas, C. (1996) Liberalism, communitarianism, and political Community. Social philosophy and policy.. 13: 80-104. 

 

Marston, S. and Staeheli, L. (eds) (1994) Restructuring citizenship. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.. whole of volume 26 (special issue)

 

Routledge, P. (2003) Anti geopolitics in Agnew, J., K. Mitchell and G. Toal (eds) A companion to political geography. Oxford: Blackwell (chapter 15). http://lib.leeds.ac.uk/search/t? A+ Companion+ to+ Political+ Geography&searchscope=4

 

Routledge, P. (2003) Convergence space: Process geographies of grassroots globalisation networks. Transactions. 28: 333-49

http://lib.leeds.ac.uk/search/t? Transactions+ of+ the+ Institute+ of+ British+ Geographers&searchscope=4

 

Staeheli, L. (2008) Political geography: Difference, recognition, and the contested terrains of political claims-making. Progress in human geography.. 32: 561-570. 

 

Young, I. (1990a) The ideal of community and the politics of difference in Nicholson (ed) Feminism/Postmodernism. London: Routledge. 

 

Young, I. (1990b) Justice and the politics of difference. Princeton N.J.: Princeton University Press.

 

Yuval-Davis, N., Anthias, F. and Kofman, E. (2005) Secure borders, safe haven and the gendered politics of belonging: Beyond social cohesion. Ethnic and racial studies.. 28: 513-35.

 

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Week 4: Spatialising Citizenship: Recognising Difference?

Required

Painter, J. and Philo, C. (1995) Spaces of citizenship: an introduction. Political geography.. 14: 107-120.

 

Supplementary

Bell, D. and Binnie, J. (2000) The sexual citizen : queer politics and beyond. Cambridge: Polity Press

 

Isin, E. and Wood, P. (1999) Redistribution, recognition, representation (chapter 1) in Citizenship and identity. London: Sage, 1-24. 

 

Isin, E. and Turner, B. (2002) Handbook of citizenship studies. London: Sage.

 

Nagel, C. (2002) Constructing different and sameness: the politics of assimilation in Britain’s Arab communities. Ethnic and racial studies.. 25: 258-87.

 

Waitt, G. (2005) Sexual citizenship in Latvia: Geographies of the Latvian closet. Social and cultural geography.. 6: 161-182.

 

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Week 5: Case Study: Language Rights

Required

Kymlicka, W. and Patten, A. (2003) Language rights and political theory. Annual review of applied linguistics.. 23: 3-21.

 

Mann, R. (2007) Negotiating the politics of language. Ethnicities. 7: 208-24. 

 

Supplementary

Anderson, J. (1989) Nationalisms in a disunited kingdom in Mohan, J. (ed) The Political geography of contemporary Britain. Basingstoke: Macmillan.

 

Burnaby, B. (2008) Language policy and education in Canada in Hornberger, N. and H. Springer (eds) Encyclopedia of language and education.. 331-341.

 

Cardinal, L. and Denault, A.-A. (2007) Empowering linguistic minorities: Neo-liberal governance and language policies in Canada and Wales. Regional and federal studies.. 17: 437-56. 

 

May, S. (2011) Language rights: The “cinderella” human right. Journal of human rights. 10: 3: 265-289. 

 

Valentine, G., Sporton, D. and Nielsen, K. (2008) Language use of the move: Sites of encounter, identities and belonging. Transactions. 33: 376-387.

 

Valentine, G. and Skelton, T. (2007) The right to be heard: Citizenship and language. Political geography.. 26: 121-140.

 

Wee, L. 2011. Language without rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

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Week 7: Case Study: Sexual Citizenship

Required

Pride (2014), dir. Matthew Warchus (to be screened in lecture timeslot)

 

Supplementary 

Zebracki, M. 2017. Homomonument as queer micropublic: an emotional geography of sexual citizenship. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie = Journal of economic and social geography. 108 (3), pp. 345–355

 

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Week 8: In Place/Out of Place: Inequalities & Exclusions

Required

Marston, S. (1990) Who are ‘the people’? Gender, citizenship and the making of the American nation. Environment and planning. D : society and space.. 8: 449-58.

 

Valentine, G. (2003) Living on the edge: the marginalisation and resistance of D/deaf young people. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.. 17: 329-351.

 

Supplementary

Butler, R. and Parr, H. (eds) (1999) Mind and body spaces : geographies of illness, impairment and disability. London: Routledge

 

Cresswell, T. (1996) In place/out of place : geography, ideology, and transgression. Minneapolis: U. Minnesota Press.

 

Gleeson, B. (1996) A geography for disabled people? Transactions 21 387-396.

 

Imrie, R. (1996) Disability and the city : international perspectives. London: Paul Chapman

 

Said, E. (1978) Orientalism. Hammondsworth: Penguin. 

 

Valentine, G. and Skelton, T. (2008) Changing spaces: The role of the internet in shaping Deaf geographies. Social and cultural geography.. 9: 469-85.

 

Valentine, G., Sporton, D. and Nielsen, K. (2009) Identities and belonging: A study of Somali refugee and asylum seekers living in UK and Denmark. Environment and planning. D : society and space.. 27: 234-250.

 

Wren, K. (2001) Cultural racism: Something rotten in the state of Denmark? Social and cultural geography.. 2: 141-122. 

 

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Week 9: Mobility and Transnational/Post-national Citizenship: Disuniting the Nation

Required

Leitner, H. and Ehrkamp, P. 2006. Transnationalism and migrants’ imaginings of citizenship Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.38, pp.1615-1632.

 

Sassen, S. 2002. Towards post-national and denationalised citizenship. In: Isin, E. and Turner, B. eds. Handbook of citizenship studies. London: Sage.

 

Supplementary

Anderson, B. 2006. Imagined communities. London:Verso.

 

Dwyer, C. 2005. Migrations and diasporas. In: Cloke, P., Crang, P. and Goodwin, M. eds. Introducing human geographies. London: Arnold.

 

Fox, J. 2005. Unpacking “transnational citizenship”. Annual review of political science.8, pp. 171-201.

 

Ho, E. 2006. Negotiating perceptions of belonging and citizenship in a transnational world: Singapore, a cosmopolis? Social and cultural geography.7, pp.385-401. 

 

Kofman, E. and England K. eds. 1997. Citizenship and international migration. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.. Whole of volume 29 (special issue).

 

Kymlicka, W. 2003. Immigration, citizenship, multiculturalism: Exploring the links. The political quarterly.. 74, pp.195- 208.

 

Sparke, M. 2006. A neoliberal nexus: Economy, security and the biopolitics of citizenship on the border. Political geography.25, pp.151-80.

 

Waters, J. 2003. Flexible citizens? Transnationalism and citizenship amongst economic immigrants in Vancouver. The Canadian geographer = Le géographe canadien.47, pp.291-334.

 

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Week 10: Global Citizenships

Required

Litfin, K. 2003. Planetary politics. In: Agnew, J., Mitchell, K. and Toal, G. eds. A companion to political geography. Oxford: Blackwell, pp.470-482. 

 

Thompson, J. 2001. Planetary citizenship: The definition and defence of an ideal. In: Gleeson, B. and Low, N. eds. Governing for the environment : global problems, ethics, and democracy. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp.135- 146.

 

Supplementary

Neumayer, E. 2006. Unequal access to foreign spaces: How states use visa restrictions to regulate mobility in a globalised world. Transactions31, pp.72-84.

 

Newby, H. 1996. Citizenship in a green world: Global commons and human stewardship. In: Bulmer, M. and Rees, A. eds. Citizenship today. London: UCL Press, pp.209-222.

 

Rucht, D. 1993. Think globally, act locally? In: Leifferink,J, Lowe, P. and Mol, A. eds. European integration and environmental policy. London: Belhaven Press, pp.75-96.  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

 

Shukla, N. 2009. Power, discourse, and learning global citizenship: A case study of international NGOs and a grassroots movement in the Narmada Valley, India. Education, citizenship and social justice.. 4 (2), pp.133-147.

 

Smith, A. 1995 Nations and nationalism in a global era. Cambridge: Polity Press.

 

Yearly, S. 1995. The transnational politics of the environment. In: Anderson, J., Brook, C. and Cochrane, A. eds. A global world? : re-ordering political space. Milton Keynes: Open University, pp.209-248.

 

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Week 11: Translocal Belonging and Embodied Citizenship

Required

Conradson, D. and McKay, D. 2007. Translocal subjectivities, mobility, connection, emotion. Mobilities.. 2 (2), pp.167-174.

 

Smart, A. and Lin, G. 2007. Local capitalisms, local citizenship and translocality: Rescaling from below in the Pearl River Delta Region, China. International journal of urban and regional research = Revue internationale de recherche urbaine et régionale.31 (2), 280-302.

 

Supplementary

Barkan, E. 2004. America in the hand, homeland in the heart: Transnational and translocal immigrant experiences in the American West. Western Historical Quarterly35 (3), pp.331-354.

 

Brickell, K. and Datta, A. eds. 2011. Translocal geographies : spaces, places, connections. Farnham: Ashgate.

 

Datta, A. (2012) ‘Mongrel City’: Cosmopolitan neighbourliness in a Delhi squatter settlement. Antipode.. 44(3): 745-763.

 

Frietag, U. and von Oppen, A. 2010. Introduction in Translocality : the study of globalising processes from a southern perspective. Amsterdam: Brill.

 

Ma, E. 2002. Translocal spatiality. International journal of cultural studies.. 5 (2), pp.131-152.

 

Magowan, F. 2007. Globalisation and indigenous Christianity: Translocal sentiments in Australian aboriginal Christian songs. Identities : global studies in culture and power.14 (4), pp.459-483.

 

Velayutham, S. and Wise, A. 2005. Moral economies of a translocal village: Obligation and shame among South Indian transnational migrants. Global networks.5 (1): 27–47.

 

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Week 14: Review/Looking Forward: Introduction to Group Project

In preparation for the group project, the seminar associated with this lecture provides a practical introduction to writing in different genres. A selection of very short texts will be provided in advance.

 

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Week 15: Environmental and Ecological Citizenships

Required

Dobson, A. 2003. Citizenship and the environment. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Required reading is the Introduction – pp.1-8).

 

Latta, A. 2007. Locating democratic politics in ecological citizenship. Environmental politics.. 16 (3), pp.377-393.

 

MacGregor, S. 2005. No Sustainability without Justice: A feminist critique of environmental citizenship. In: Dobson, A. and Bell, D. eds. Environmental citizenship. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, pp.101-126

 

Supplementary

Barry, J. 2006. Resistance is fertile: From environmental sustainability to citizenship. In: Dobson, A. and Bell, D. eds. Environmental citizenship. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, pp.21–48.

 

Bickerstaff, K., Simmons, P. and Pidgeon, N. 2008. Constructing responsibilities for risk: Negotiating citizen – state relationship’. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.40 (6), pp.1312–1330.

 

Bulkeley, H. 2001. Governing climate change: the politics of risk society? Transactions. 26 (4), pp.430-447.

 

Dalby, S. 2003. Green geopolitics. In: Agnew, J., Mitchell, K. and Toal, G. eds. A companion to political geography. Oxford: Blackwell, pp.440-454.

 

Dobson, A. and Bell, D. ed. 2006. Environmental citizenship. London: MIT Press. 

 

Environmental politics. Special Issue. 2005. vol. 14 (2) on Ecological/environmental Citizenship.

 

Hinchliffe, S., Kearnes, M., Degen, M. and Whatmore, S. 2007. Ecologies and economies of action — sustainability, calculations, and other things. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.39 (2), pp260–282. 

 

Oels, A. 2005 Rendering climate change governable: From biopower to advanced liberal government? Journal of environmental policy and planning.7 (3), pp.185-207.

 

Valencia Saiz, A. 2005. Globalisation, cosmopolitanism and ecological citizenship. Environmental politics.14 (2), pp.163–178.

 

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Week 16: Case study: Multiculturalism in the US and UK

Required

Vertovec, S. (2010) Towards post-multiculturalism? Changing communities, conditions and contexts of diversity. International Social Science Journal. 61: 83 95.

 

Cameron, D. (2011) Prime Minister’s speech at Munich Security Conference. Speech summary available at http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/pm-calls-for-shared-national-identity/ .

 

King, M. (1963/1968). I Have a Dream, Negro History Bulletin. 31: 16-17.

 

Supplementary

 

Back, L., Keith, M., Khan, A., Shukra, K., and Solomos, J. (2002) The return of assimilationism: Race, multiculturalism and New Labour. Sociological Research Online 7(2). Available from: www.socresonline.org.uk.wam.leeds.ac.uk/7/2/back.html .

 

Berkeley, R. (2011) True multiculturalism acts as a bulwark against further extremism. Available at http://www.leftfootforward.org/2011/02/david-cameron-wrong-on-multiculturalism/

 

Ehrkamp, P. (2006) “We are Turks no Germans”: Assimilation discourses and the dialectical construction of identities in Germany. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.. 38: 1673-1692.

 

Feagin, J.R. (1989) Racial and ethnic relations. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

Finney, N. and Simpson, L. (2009) ‘ Sleepwalking to segregation’? : Challenging myths about race and migration. Bristol: Bristol Policy Press. 

 

Nelson, L and Hiemstra, N. (2008) Latino immigrants and the renegotiation of place and belonging in small town America. Social and cultural geography. 9(3): 319-342. 

 

 Joppke, C. (2004) The retreat of multiculturalism in the liberal state: Theory and policy. The British journal of sociology.. 21 387-396. 55(2): 237-57.

 

Kundnani, A. (2007) The end of tolerance : racism in 21st century Britain. London: Pluto Press.

 

Kymlicka, W. (2010) The Rise and Fall of Multiculturalism? New Debates on Inclusion and Accommodation in Diverse Societies. International Social Science Journal. 199: 97-112.

 

Modood, T. (2008) Is multiculturalism dead? Public policy research.. 15(2): 84-88.

 

Modood, T. (2010) From Multiculturalism to Multifaith. Studies in Ethnicity & Nationalism. 10(2): 307-309.

 

Nagel, C. (2009) Rethinking geographies of assimilation. The professional geographer.. 61(3): 400-407.

 

Parekh, B. (2000) Rethinking multiculturalism: Cultural diversity and political theory. Basingtoke: Palgrave.

 

Phillips, D. (2007) Ethnic and racial segregation: A critical perspective. Geography compass.. 1(5): 1138-1159.

 

Taylor, C. (1994) Multiculturalism : examining the politics of recognition. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

 

Wright, R. (2006) Mapping others. Progress in human geography. 30(3): 285-88. 

 

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Week 17: Immigration, Citizenship & the Re-asserting of National Identity

Required

Amoore, l. (2006) Biometric borders: Governing mobilities in the war on terror. Political geography.. 25: 336-51.

 

Kofman, E. (1995) Citizenship for some but not for others; spaces of citizenship in contemporary Europe. Political geography.. 14: 121-138. 

 

Supplementary

Anderson, B., Gibney, M. and Paoletti, E. (eds.) (2011) Boundaries of belonging: Deportation and the constitution and contestation of citizenship. Citizenship Studies. 15(5), special Issue.

 

Bloch, A. and Schuster, L. (2005) At the extremes of exclusion: Deportation, detention and dispersal. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 28(3): 491-512.

 

Conlon, D. and Gill, N. (2013) Gagging orders: Asylum seekers and paradoxes of freedom and protest in liberal society. Citizenship Studies. 17(2): 241-259.

 

Gilbert, E. (2007) Leaky borders and solid citizens: Governing security, prosperity and quality of life in a North American Partnership. Antipode. 39: 77-98.

 

Gill, N. (2009) Governmental mobility: The power effects of the movement of detained asylum seekers around Britain's detention estate. Political Geography. 28: 186-196.

 

Kofman, E. and England K. (eds) (1997) Citizenship and international migration. Environment and Planning A. whole of volume 29, special issue.

 

Kymlicka, W. (2003) Immigration, citizenship, multiculturalism: Exploring the links. The Political Quarterly. 74: 195-208.

 

Neumayer, E. (2006) Unequal access to foreign spaces: How states use visa restrictions to regulate mobility in a globalised world. Transactions. 31: 72-84.

 

Leitner, H. and Ehrkamp, P. (2006) Transnationalism and migrants imaginings of citizenship. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning.. 38: 1615-1632.

 

Schuster, L. and Solomos, J. (2002) Rights and wrongs across European borders: Migrants, minorities and citizenship. Citizenship studies.. 6(1): 37-54.

 

Sparke, M. (2006) A neoliberal nexus: Economy, security and the biopolitics of citizenship on the border. Political geography.. 25: 151-80.

 

Tyler, I. (2010) Designed to fail: A biopolitics of British Citizenship. Citizenship studies.. 14(1): 61-74.

 

Waite, L. (2012) Neo-assimilationist citizenship and belonging policies in Britain: Meanings for transnational migrants in northern England. Geoforum.. 43(2): 353-361.

 

Walters, W. (2004) Secure borders, safe haven, domopolitics. Citizenship studies.. 8(3): 237-260.

 

Wolton, S. (2006) Immigration policy and the crisis of British values. Citizenship studies.. 10: 453-67.

 

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Week 18: Local Democracy/Active Citizenship

Required

Putnam, R. (1995) Tuning in, tuning out: The strange disappearance of social capital in America. PS : political science and politics.. 28: 664-683. 

 

Kearns, A. (1995) Active citizenship and local governance: political and geographical dimensions. Political geography.. 14: 155-176. 

 

Supplementary

Featherstone, D., Ince, A., Mackinnon, D., Strauss, K. and Cumbers, A. (2012) Progressive localism and the construction of political alternatives. Transactions. 37: 177–182. 

 

McKay, G. (1998) DiY culture : party & protest in nineties Britain. London: Verso. 

 

Milligan, C. and Fyfe, N. (2005) Preserving space for volunteers: Exploring the links between voluntary welfare organisations, volunteering and citizenship. Urban studies.. 42: 417-433. 

 

Norris, P. (1995) Does television erode social capital? A reply to Putnam. PS : political science and politics.. 29 474-480. 

 

Putnam, R. (1993 Making democracy work : civic traditions in modern Italy. Princeton. Princeton University Press (chapters 4 and 6). 

 

Staeheli, L. (2008) Citizenship and the problem of community. Political geography.. 27: 5-21. 

 

Trudeau, D. (2012) Constructing citizenship in the shadow state. Geoforum.. 43:3, 442-452. 

 

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Week 20: Insurgent citizenship

Required

Harvey, D. (2008) The right to the city. 'New Left Review'. 53: 23-40.

 

McCann, E. (2002) Space, citizenship, and the right to the city: A brief overview. GeoJournal.. 8 (2-3): 77-79.

 

Supplementary

Darling, J. Barnett, C. and Eldridge, S. (2010) City of Sanctuary: A UK initiative for hospitality. Forced Migration Review. 34: 46-47. Available at: http://www.fmreview.org/en/urban-displacement/FMR34.pdf .

 

Graham, S. (2010) Cities under siege: The new military urbanism. Countergeographies. chapter 10, 348-385. New York: Verso. 

 

Holston, J. (2009) Insurgent citizenship in an era of global urban peripheries. City & Society 21(2): 245–267. (

 

Holston J. (1999) Spaces of insurgent citizenship in J. Holston (ed.) Cities and citizenship. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 155–173.

 

Lefebvre, H. (1996) The right to the city in H. Lefebvre, E. Kofman and E. Lebas (eds.) Writings on cities. Cambridge MA: Blackwell, 147-159. 

 

Loyd, J. and Burridge, A. 2007. La Gran Marcha: Anti-racism and immigrants rights in Southern California. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographers. 6(1): 1-35. Available at http://www.acme-journal.org/volume6-1.html .

 

Schuster, L. (2011) Turning Refugees into ‘llegal’ migrants. Ethnic and racial studies.. 34(8)

 

Squire. V. (2010) From community cohesion to mobile solidarities: The city of sanctuary network and the strangers into citizens campaign. Political studies.. 59(2): 290–307.

 

Tyler, I. and Marciniak, K. (2013) Immigrant Protest. Citizenship studies.. 17(2). (whole volume, special issue)

 

 

 

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Week 21: Citizenship Education: An Old Concept for New Times

Required

House of Commons Education & Skills Committee (2007) Citizenship education: Second report on the session. London: The Stationery Office Limited. Available at http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect/cmeduski/147/147.pdf , 3-20.

 

Pykett, J. (2009) Making citizens in the classroom: An urban geography of citizenship education? Urban studies.. 46: 803-23.

 

Supplementary

Banks, J. (ed.) (2004) Diversity and citizenship education : global perspectives. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Cole, M. (ed.) (2006) Education, equality and human rights: Issues of gender, ‘race’, sexuality, disability and social class. London: Routledge.

 

Douglas, L. (2003) Citizenship education and human rights education: An overview of recent developments in the UK. Manchester: British Council. Available at http://www.britishcouncil.org/governance-citizenship-hr-educ-booklet.pdf

 

Gates, B. (2006) Religion as cuckoo or crucible: beliefs and believing as vital for citizenship and citizenship education. Journal of Moral Education.. 35: 571-594.

 

Gordon, T., Holland, J., and Lahelma, E. (2000) Making spaces : citizenship and difference in schools. Basingstoke: MacMillan.

 

Jackson, R. (ed.) (2003) International perspectives on citizenship, education and religious diversity. London: Routledge/Falmer.

 

Kymlicka, W. (1999) Education for citizenship in J. Halstead and T. McLaughlin (eds.) Education in morality. London: Routledge, 79-102.

 

Lockyer, A., Crick, B. and Annette, J. (eds) (2003) Education for democratic citizenship : issues of theory and practice. Aldershot: Ashgate. (Introduction and particularly chapters by Lockyer, Crick, Parry, Kymlicka, Archard, Mclaughlin).

 

Mitchell, K. (2003) Educating the national citizen in neoliberal times: From the multicultural self to the strategic cosmopolitan. Transactions. 28: 387-403.

 

Osler, A. (ed.) (2000) Citizenship and democracy in schools : diversity, identity, equality. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham (particularly the first section).

 

Osler, A. and Starkey, H. (2005) Education for democratic citizenship : a review of research, policy and practice 1995-2005. London: British Educational Research Association. Also available at http://www.bera.ac.uk/files/2008/09/oslerstarkeyberareview2005.pdf .

 

Osler, A. and Starkey. H. (2005) Changing citizenship : democracy and inclusion in education. Maidenhead: Open University Press

 

Watson, J. (2004) Educating for citizenship: The emerging relationship between religious education and citizenship education. British journal of religious education.. 26: 259-271.

 

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Week 22: Assessed Presentations

 

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Week 23: Citizenship & Belonging: Summary & Revision

Required

Read some previously set supplementary readings on a topic you would like to brush up on.

 

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Week 24: Exam Essay Workshop

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