Citizenship After Orientalism: An Unfinished Project

Authors: 
Engin Isin, Jack Harrington, Zaki Nahaboo, Leticia Sabsay, Andrew Baldwin, Lauren Banko, Małgorzata Jakimów, Deena Dajani, Aya Ikegame, Alessandra Marino, Tara Atluri, Gabrielle Jamela Hosein, Iker Barbero, Lisa Pilgram, Parvati Nair, Federico Oliveri, Kim Rygiel, S. E. Wilmer, Ranabir Samaddar
Publication date: 
September 2012
Publication type: 
Journal article

The Oecumene Project team members discuss their fi rst collective publication, a double Special Issue of
Citizenship Studies entitled, ‘Citizenship After Orientalism: An Unfinished Project.’ Published half way through
the European Research Council funded project, this is its fi rst statement on how citizenship has been
understood as a narrowly western concept and what techniques researchers can use to write about citizenship after orientalism. With a global reach and a blend of approaches from anthropology to legal studies, from history to sociology, from postcolonial to European studies, the Special Issue shows how widely orientalism has shaped our understanding of the citizen and how innovative the fi eld can be once we attempt to write about citizenship after orientalism.

Link to the Citizenship Studies journal.

Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism is funded by an European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant (Institutions, values, beliefs and behaviour ERC-AG-SH2).

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