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Citizenship and Constitutional Law


ISBN13: 9781783471065
Published: June 2018
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £275.00



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The papers collected in this volume highlight the complex dynamic relationship between citizenship - as membership status - and the constitutional law which provides the cornerstone of all polities. It shows the many different ways in which we must use constitutional law in order fully to understand how one becomes a citizen, and what the meaning of citizenship is.

Edited by a leading authority in the field, this volume contains the key works which cover national, transnational and international aspects of the topic, and the book provides a particular focus on how constitutional law constructs and upholds the range of citizenship rights. With an original introduction by the editor, this timely collection will be a valuable source of reference for students, academics and practitioners interested in citizenship and constitutional law.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Contents:
Acknowledgements
Introduction Jo Shaw
PART I CITIZENSHIP AND DEMOCRATIC CONSTITUTIONALISM: THEORY AND PRACTICE
1. Jean Cohen (1999), ‘Changing Paradigms of Citizenship and the Exclusiveness of the Demos’, International Sociology 14: 245-268
2. Ulrich K. Preuss (1992-1993), ‘Constitutional Powermaking for the New Polity: Some Deliberations on the Relations between Constituent Power and the Constitution’, Cardozo Law Review 14, 639-660
3. Jürgen Habermas (1998), ‘The European Nation-State: On the Past and Future of Sovereignty and Citizenship’, Public Culture 10, 397-416
4. James Tully (2008), ‘Two Meanings of Global Citizenship: Modern and Diverse’, In: Michael A. Peters, Harry Blee & Alan Britton (eds.), Global Citizenship Education: Philosophy, Theory and Pedagogy, Rotterdam: Sense Publication, 15-39
5. David Abraham (2008), ‘Constitutional Patriotism,Citizenship, and Belonging’, International Journal of Constitutional Law 6, 137-152
6. Cécile Laborde (2002), ‘From Constitutional to Civic Patriotism', British Journal of Political Science, 32, 591-612
7. Martha Nussbaum (2008), ‘Toward a Globally Sensitive Patriotism’, Dædalus, 137, 78-93
PART II BECOMING CITIZEN: NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL TRENDS
8. Peter Spiro (2011), ‘A New International Law of Citizenship’, American Journal of International Law, 105, 694-746
9. Patrick Weil (2011), ‘From Conditional to Secured and Sovereign: The New Strategic Link Between the Citizen and the Nation-state in a Globalized World’, International Journal of Constitutional Law, 9, 615-635
10. Rainer Bauböck (2010), ‘Studying Citizenship Constellations’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36, 847-859
11. Szabolcs Pogonyi (2011), ‘Dual Citizenship and Sovereignty’, Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, 39 685-704
12. Costica Dumbrava (2014), ‘External Citizenship in EU Countries,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37, 2340-2360
13. Ayelet Shachar and Ran Hirschl (2007), ‘Citizenship as Inherited Property’, Political Theory, 35, 253-287
PART III BEING CITIZEN: NATIONAL CASE STUDIES
14. Linda Bosniak (2010), ‘Persons and Citizens in Constitutional Thought’, International Journal of Constitutional Law 8, 9-29
15. Michelle Everson (2003), ‘’Subjects’, or ‘Citizens of Erewhon’? Law and Non-Law in the Development of a ‘British Citizenship’’, Citizenship Studies 7, 57-83
16. Iseult Honohan (2010), ‘Citizenship Attribution in a New Country of Immigration: Ireland’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36, 811-827
17. Enikő Horváth and Ruth Rubio-Marín (2010), ‘”Alles oder Nichts”? The Outer Boundaries of the German Citizenship Debate’, International Journal of Constitutional Law 8, 72-93
18. Igor Štiks (2010), ‘The Citizenship Conundrum in Post-Communist Europe: The Instructive Case of Croatia’, Europe-Asia Studies, 62, 1621-1638
19. Daphne Barak-Erez (2008), ‘Israel: Citizenship and Immigration Law in the Vise of Security, Nationality, and Human Rights’ , International Journal of Constitutional Law, 6, 184-192
PART IV BEYOND STATE BORDERS – THE CITIZENSHIPS OF GLOBALISATION
20. Melissa Williams (2007), 'Non-territorial Boundaries of Citizenship', In: Seyla Benhabib, Ian Shapiro and Danilo Petranović (eds.), Identities, Allegiances, Affiliations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 226-256
21. Theodora Kostakopoulou (2009), ‘Citizenship Goes Public: The Institutional Design of Anational Citizenship’, Journal of Political Philosophy, 17, 275-306
22. Seyla Benhabib (2009), ‘Claiming Rights across Borders: International Human Rights and Democratic Sovereignty’, American Political Science Review, 103, 691-704
23. Neil Walker (2009), ‘Denizenship and Deterritorialization in the European Union’, In: Hans Lindahl (ed.), A Right to Inclusion and Exclusion?: Normative Fault Lines of the EU's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. Oxford: Hart, 261-72
24. Jo Shaw (2011), ‘Citizenship: Contrasting Dynamics at the Interface of Integration and Constitutionalism’, In: Paul Craig and Gráinne de Búrca (eds), The Evolution of EU Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 575-609
25. Ferran Requejo (1999), ‘Cultural Pluralism, Nationalism and Federalism: A Revision of Democratic Citizenship in Plurinational States’, European Journal of Political Research 35: 255–286
26. Jo Shaw (2013) ‘Citizenship and the Edges of Europe,’ in C. Franzius, F.C. Mayer and J. Neyer (eds.), Grenzen der Europäischen Union. Integration und Desintegration in Recht und Politik?, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 297-310
PART V RIGHTS, DUTIES AND STRUGGLES: THE AMBIGUOUS ROLE OF THE STATE
27. Margaret Somers (1993), ‘Citizenship and the Place of the Public Sphere: Law, Community, and Political Culture in the Transition to Democracy’, American Sociological Review, 58, 587-620
28. Lucia Zedner (2010), ‘Security, the State, and the Citizen: The Changing Architecture of Crime Control’, New Criminal Law Review, 13, 379–403
29. Christopher Bertram (2014), ‘Competing Methods of Territorial Control, Migration and Justice’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 17, 129-143
30. Rogers M. Smith (2014), ‘National Obligations and Noncitizens: Special Rights, Human Rights, and Immigration’, Politics & Society, 42, 381-398
31. Cristina M. Rodríguez (2010), ‘Noncitizen Voting and the Extraconstitutional Construction of the Polity’, International Journal of Constitutional Law 8, 30-49
32. Jo Shaw (2009) ‘Political Rights and Multilevel Citizenship in Europe’, in E. Guild, K. Groenendijk and S. Carrera (eds.), Illiberal Liberal States: Immigration, Citizenship and Integration in the EU, Farnham, Ashgate, 29-49
33. Ruth Rubio-Marín (2014), ‘The Achievement of Female Suffrage in Europe: On Women’s Citizenship’, International Journal of Constitutional Law 12, 4-34
34. Matthew Gibney (2013), ‘Should Citizenship Be Conditional? The Ethics of Denationalization’, The Journal of Politics, 75, 646–658
35. Peter Nyers (2006), ‘The Accidental Citizen: Acts of Sovereignty and (Un)making Citizenship’, Economy and Society, 35, 22-41
Index