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GEOG2055 Module Reading List

Citizenship and Identity: Comparative Perspectives, 2019/20, Semester 1
Dr Martin Zebracki
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

GEOG2055 Reading List  




Gilmartin, M. Burke Wood, P and O’Callaghan, C. (2018) Borders, mobility and belonging in the era of Brexit and Trump . Bristol: Policy Press.      

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

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

Jazeel, T., & McFarlane, C. (2010) The limits of responsibility: a postcolonial politics of academic knowledge production. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35(1), 109-124.     

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

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

Sadiq, K. (2017). Postcolonial citizenship. In The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship. doi:     

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


Week 1, Lecture 1: Citizenship & Identity: Module Introduction


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

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

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


Week 1, Lecture 2: Rights & Responsibilities 


Askins, K. (2016) Emotional citizenry: Everyday geographies of befriending, belonging and intercultural encounter. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41(4), 515-527     

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


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.    


Week 2, Lecture 1: Rights & the State: Citizenship Concepts


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      

Stokke, K. (2017) Politics of citizenship: Towards an analytical framework. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography, 71(4), 193-207.     


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 womenEnvironment 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 CommunitySocial 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).    

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

Staeheli, L. (2008) Political geography: Difference, recognition, and the contested terrains of political claims-makingProgress 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 cohesionEthnic and racial studies. 28: 513-35.    


Week 2, Lecture 2: Spatialising Citizenship: Recognising Difference?


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

Hammett, D. (2018) Engaging citizens, depoliticizing society? Training citizens as agents for good governance. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 100(2), 64-80.     


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.    

Jackson, L. (2016) Experiencing exclusion and reacting to stereotypes? Navigating borders of the migrant body. Area, 48(3), 292-299.    

Gil, R. (2014) The Mascogo/Black Seminole Diaspora: The Intertwining Borders of Citizenship, Race, and Ethnicity. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 9(1), 23-43.     

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

Nagel, C. (2002) Constructing difference and sameness: the politics of assimilation in London’s Arab communitiesEthnic and racial studies.. 25: 258-87.    

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


Week 3, Lecture 1: Case Study: Language Rights


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

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

Stroud, C., & Heugh, K. (2016). Language rights and linguistic citizenship. In Language rights and language survival (pp. 198-225). Routledge.    Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 


Anderson, J. (1989) Nationalisms in a disunited kingdom in Mohan, J. (ed) The Political geography of contemporary Britain. Basingstoke: Macmillan.   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 18/10/2019) 

Burnaby, B. (2008) Language policy and education in Canada in Hornberger, N. and H. Springer (eds) Encyclopedia of language and education.. 331-341.   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

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

Guilherme, M. (2007). English as a global language and education for cosmopolitan citizenship. Language and Intercultural Communication 7(1), 72-90.     

May, S. (2011) Language rights: The “cinderella” human rightJournal 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 languagePolitical geography. 26: 121-140.    

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


Week 3, Lecture 2: Case Study: Sexual Citizenship


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

Dietze, G., Yekani, E. H., & Michaelis, B. (2018). Modes of being vs. categories: Queering the tools of intersectionality. In Beyond Gender (pp. 117-136). Routledge.     

Richardson, D. (2017) Rethinking sexual citizenship. Sociology, 51(2), 208-224.     


Joannou, M. (2016). The miners’ strike and me: a very personal response to Pride. Women: A Cultural Review, 27(1), 107-113.    

Vidal, B. (2019). From Europe with Pride: Heritage, Community and Queer Moves. Open Library of Humanities, 5(1).    


Week 4, Lecture 1: Essay Workshop: Gathering & Organising Ideas [MZ]

NB: Your essay will be assessed on the basis of the essay guidance provided in the Module Handbook.

Additional sources:

Library Essay writing guidance:

Peck J., Coyle M. (1999) Writing an Essay. In: The Student’s Guide to Writing. Palgrave Study Skills (pp. 97-109). Palgrave, London   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Supplementary readings on positionality:

Noxolo, P. (2009) “My paper, my paper”: reflections on the embodied production of postcolonial geographical responsibility in academic writing. Geoforum, 40(1), 55-65.     

Rose, G. (1997) Situating knowledges: positionality, reflexivities and other tactics. Progress in Human Geography, 21(3), 305-320.    


Week 5, Lecture 1: In Place/Out of Place: Inequalities & Exclusions


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

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


Brun C, Fabos AH, El Abed O, (2017) 'Displaced citizens and abject living: the categorical discomfort with subjects out of place'  Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift / Norwegian Journal of Geography 71 (4) pp.220-232. Available online   

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.    

Sirriyeh A. 2015. ‘All you need is love and £18,600’: Class and the new UK family migration rules. Critical Social Policydoi> full text>      

Valentine, G. and Skelton, T. (2008) Changing spaces: The role of the internet in shaping Deaf geographiesSocial 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 DenmarkEnvironment 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.    


Week 5, Lecture 2: Case Study: Multiculturalism in the US and UK


Vertovec, S. (2010) Towards post-multiculturalism? Changing communities, conditions and contexts of diversityInternational social science journal. 61: 83 95.      

Cameron, D. (2011) Prime Minister’s speech at Munich Security Conference. Speech summary available online.      

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


Back, L., Keith, M., Khan, A., Shukra, K., and Solomos, J. (2002) The return of assimilationism: Race, multiculturalism and New LabourSociological Research Online 7(2). Available online   

Berkeley, R. (2011) True multiculturalism acts as a bulwark against further extremism. Available online   

Bulmer, M. & Solomos, J. (2014) Themed issue: Multiculturalism, Social Cohesion and Immigration: Shifting Conceptions in the UK. Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37 (8) 1265-1267.     

Ehrkamp, P. (2006) “We are Turks no Germans”: Assimilation discourses and the dialectical construction of identities in GermanyEnvironment 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 AmericaSocial and cultural geography. 9(3): 319-342.    

Joppke, C. (2004) The retreat of multiculturalism in the liberal state: Theory and policyThe British journal of sociology. 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 SocietiesInternational social science journal. 199: 97-112.    

Lewis, H. and Craig, G. (2013) ‘’Multiculturalism is never talked about’: from multiculturalism to community cohesion at the local level in England’Policy and politics. 42(1): 21-38.    

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

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

Nagel, C. (2009) Rethinking geographies of assimilationThe 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 perspectiveGeography compass. 1(5): 1138-1159.    

Schinkel, W. (2018) Against ‘immigrant integration’: for an end to neocolonial knowledge production. Comparative Migration Studies, 6:31.   

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

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


Week 7, Lecture 1: Immigration, Citizenship & Re-asserting National Identity


Amoore, l. (2006) Biometric borders: Governing mobilities in the war on terrorPolitical 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.      


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 dispersalEthnic 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 societyCitizenship studies. 17(2): 241-259.    

Gilbert, E. (2007) Leaky borders and solid citizens: Governing security, prosperity and quality of life in a North American PartnershipAntipode. 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, Environment and planning whole of volume 29, special issue.    

Kymlicka, W. (2003) Immigration, citizenship, multiculturalism: Exploring the linksThe political quarterly74: 195-208.    

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Week 7, Lecture 2: Mobility & Post-National Citizenship


Leitner, H. and Ehrkamp, P. 2006. Transnationalism and migrants’ imaginings of citizenship Environment and planning A. 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. (


Billig, M. (1995) Banal nationalism (Chapter 6 Postmodernity and identity), Sage: London. 

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. 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. 47, pp.291-334. (

Tyler, I. (2013Revolting subjects, social abjection and resistance in neoliberal Britain, Zed books: London.    


Week 8, Lecture 1: Marginalisation and Global Citizenships 


Balarin, M. (2011) Global citizenship and marginalisation: contributions towards a political economy of global citizenship, Globalisation, societies and education, 9(3-4): 355-366.      

Davis, M. (2006) Planet of slums (Chapter 3 The treason of the state), Verso: London.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 18/10/2019) 



Baillie Smith M., (2013) International volunteering, faith and subjectivity: negotiating cosmopolitanism, citizenship and development. Geoforum. 45:126–35.   

Brodie J 2004 Introduction: globalization and citizenship beyond the national stateCitizenship studies. 8:323– 32.    

Carter, A. (2001) The political theory of global citizenship, Routledge: London.    

Evans, T., and Ayers, A. (2006) In the service of power: The global political economy of citizenship and human rights. Citizenship studies. 10(3): 289-308.    

Heins, V. (2000) From new political organizations to changing moral geographics: unpacking global civil societyGeoJournal. 52:37–44.    

Jones A 2011 Theorising international youth volunteering: training for global (corporate) work?Transactions 36: 530 –544.    

Lorimer, J. (2010) International conservation ‘volunteering’ and the geographies of global environmental citizenship Political geography. 29:311–322.    

Lough, B. and Moore McBride, A. (2014) Navigating the boundaries of active global CitizenshipTransactions, 39: 457–469.    

Lyons, K. D., Hanley, J., Wearing, S. and Neil, J. (2012) Gap year volunteer tourism: myths of global citizenship? Annals of tourism research. 39:361–378.  

Pashby, K. (2011) Cultivating global citizens: planting new seeds or pruning the perennials? Looking for the citizen-subject in global citizenship education theoryGlobalisation, societies and education 9(3-4): 427-442.    


Week 8, Lecture 2: Case Study: Insurgent Citizenship


Dadusc, D., Grazioli, M., & Martínez, M. (2019) Introduction: citizenship as inhabitance? Migrant housing squats versus institutional accommodation, Citizenship Studies, 23(6): 521-539     

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

McCann, E. (2002) Space, citizenship, and the right to the city: A brief overviewGeoJournal. 58 (2-3): 77-79.      


Cahen, Claire; Schneider, Jakob; Saegert, Susan, (2019) Victories from Insurgency: Re-Negotiating Housing, Community Control, and Citizenship at the Margins. Antipode. 51 (5) 1416-1435. 

Darling, J. Barnett, C. and Eldridge, S. (2010) City of Sanctuary: A UK initiative for hospitalityForced Migration Review. 34: 46-47. Available  online   

Graham, S. (2010) Cities under siege: The new military urbanism. Countergeographies, chapter 10, 348-385. New York: Verso.   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 18/10/2019) 

Holston, J. (2009) Insurgent citizenship in an era of global urban peripheriesCity & 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.   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 18/10/2019) 

Loyd, J. and Burridge, A. 2007. La Gran Marcha: Anti-racism and immigrants rights in Southern CaliforniaACME : an international journal for critical geographies. 6(1): 1-35. Available  online   

Schuster, L. (2011) Turning Refugees into ‘illegal’ migrantsEthnic and racial studies. 34(8)    

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

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


Week 9, Lecture 1: Hostile Environments: Before and After Brexit


Burnett, J. 2017. ‘Racial violence and the Brexit state,Race and Class, 58(4): 85- 97.    

Dorling D. 2016. Brexit: the decision of a divided country. Available online at:   


Anderson, B. 1991. Imagined communities: reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism. London: Verso.    

Anderson, B., H. Wilson, P. Foreman, J. Heslop, E. Ormerod and G. Maistri. 2019. ‘Brexit: modes of uncertainty and futures in an impasse’ Transactions of the institute of British Geographers.   

Bhambra, G. 2017. ‘Brexit, Trump and “methodological whiteness” on the misrecognition of race and class’, British Journal of Sociology, 68(S1): 5214-5232.   

Burrell, K. et al. 2018. 'Brexit, Race and Migration' Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 37(1): 3-40.    

Fetzer, T. 2019. ‘Did Austerity Cause Brexit? CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP13846. Available at SSRN [online]:    

Geteil-Basten, S. 2016. ‘Why Brexit? The Toxic mix of immigration and austerityPopulation and Development Review 42(4): 673-680.    

Gilmartin, M. Burke Wood, P and O’Callaghan, C. 2018. Borders, mobility and belonging in the era of Brexit and Trump. Bristol: Policy Press.   

Kaufmann, E. 2016. ‘It’s not the economy stupid: Brexit as a story of personal values,’ LSE blogs [online]:   


Week 9, Lecture 2: Environmental Rights and Citizenship Issues 


Mersha, S. 2018. Black lives and climate justice: courage and power in defending communities and Mother Earth, Third World Quarterly, 39:7, 1421-1434, DOI:10.1080/01436597.2017.1368385    

Sealey-Huggins, L. 2017. ‘1.5°C to stay alive’: climate change, imperialism and justice for the Caribbean, Third World Quarterly, 38:11, 2444–2463,    


Agyeman, J. and Evans, B. 2006. Justice, governance, and sustainability: perspectives on environmental citizenship from North America and Europe In Environmental citizenship, Dobson, A. and Bell, D. (ed.) Cambridge, MA: MIT Press: 185–206.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 18/10/2019) 

Buckingham, S. and Kulcur, R. (2009) Gendered geographies of environmental injustice. Antipode. 41(4): 659–683.    

Cupples, J. and Glynn, K. (2013) The Mediation and Remediation of Disaster: Hurricanes Katrina and Felix in/and the New Media Environment, Antipode, 46(2): 359-381.    

Kaijser, A. and Kronsell, A. 2014 Climate change through the lens of intersectionality, Environmental Politics, 23:3, 417-433, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2013.835203    

Pulido, L. 2017. Geographies of race and ethnicity II: Environmental racism, racial capitalism and state-sanctioned violence, Progress in Human Geography, 41(4), 524–533.    

Wretched of the Earth. 2019. An open letter to Extinction Rebellion. red pepper, May 3. Online:    

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Week 10, Lecture 1: Local Democracy/Active Citizenship 


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


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

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

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

Norris, P. (1995) Does television erode social capital? A reply to PutnamPS : 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 communityPolitical geography. 27: 5-21.    

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


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Week 10, Lecture 2: Citizenship Education: An Old Concept for New Times 


House of Commons Education & Skills Committee (2007) Citizenship education: Second report on the session. London: The Stationery Office Limited. Available online, 3-20.    

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


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

Gates, B. (2006) Religion as cuckoo or crucible: beliefs and believing as vital for citizenship and citizenship educationJournal 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 cosmopolitanTransactions. 28: 387-403.    

Osler, A. and Starkey, H. (2005) Education for democratic citizenship : a review of research, policy and practice 1995-2005. London: British Educational Research Association.    

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


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Week 11, Lecture 1 and Workshop


No required readings.

This list was last updated on 22/10/2019