Wayne State University
Series in Citizenship Studies
Series Editor: Marc W. Kruman and Richard Marback, Wayne State University
The Series in Citizenship Studies publishes works that cross disciplinary boundaries in order to consider questions of identity, group membership, status, rights, and obligations from a variety of perspectives - artistic, cultural, economic, historical, legal, linguistic, literary, philosophical, political, and social. We are not currently accepting submissions for this series.
Representation and Citizenship establishes the terms for engaging the meanings of citizenship in the world today by framing the issue as a pull between founding beliefs and multicultural trajectories.
On Citizenship and Orientalism in Postcolonial India
Analyzes women's activist writings to shed light on contemporary struggles for substantive citizenship in India.
Explores how traditional notions of citizenship are contested and altered through literature.
An interdisciplinary exploration of four key issues in the theory and practice of citizenship.
Rethinking Age and Citizenship
A comprehensive examination of age, aging, and generational differences and the nature of citizenship.