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Special issue of Ethnopolitics published

The CITSEE team is pleased to announce the publication of a special issue of the journal “Ethnopolitics” dedicated to “Uneven Citizenship: Minorities and Migrants in the Post-Yugoslav Space”. It contains an introduction and five articles on various aspects of uneven citizenship practices in the region. This special issue of Ethnopolitics comes out of the second […]

CITSEE’s PI, Professor Jo Shaw, receives Chancellor’s Award for Research

CITSEE Team is pleased to announce that Prof Jo Shaw received the Chancellor’s Award for Research. Prof Shaw was presented with the prestigious award by the Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, HRH the Princess Royal, at a ceremony held on 9 September 2014. The award recognises Prof Shaw’s outstanding contributions to research, including the CITSEE […]

CITSEE Updates

The CITSEE team is pleased to announce the publication of a new working paper in its Working Paper Series on citizenship regimes in post-Yugoslav states. Citizenship as lived experience: belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia by Jelena Vasiljevic focuses on personal narratives that reveal lived experiences of the triangular relationship between citizenship, identity and (national) belonging […]

CITSEE releases 8 documentaries about citizenship in South East Europe

Since 1 April 2009 CITSEE has been researching citizenship laws and policies in the new states of South East Europe. We have been putting the results of our research online on our website www.citsee.ed.ac.uk whilst also trying to present our research in accessible and attractive ways. At the centre of this is our innovative web […]

CITSEE: 8 new working papers on various aspects of citizenship in Southeast Europe

The CITSEE team is pleased to announce the publication of eight new papers in its Working Paper Series on citizenship regimes in post-Yugoslav states. These thematic and comparative papers have been written within the framework of two distinct CITSEE research clusters – “Gender and Citizenship” and “Citizenship, Minorities and Migrations” – that all the authors […]

New publication: Citizenship Rights by Jo Shaw and Igor Stiks

In today’s world all claims tend to be founded on or justified by ‘rights’, be they political, social, economic or private. The ubiquity of this discourse has led to a blurring of the definition of what exactly constitutes rights, not to mention a blurring of the boundaries between different bundles of rights, their sources and […]

CITSEE studies on Citizenship after Yugoslavia published by Routledge

CITSEE is pleased to announce that Routledge has recently published the volume “Citizenship after Yugoslavia” edited by Jo Shaw and Igor Štiks. This book is the first comprehensive examination of the citizenship regimes of the new states that emerged out of the break up of Yugoslavia. It covers both the states that emerged out of […]

New EUDO e-Book on Inclusive Democracy in Europe published

The European Union Democracy Observatory (EUDO) Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies in the European University Institute, has published a new eBook containing the contributions from the 2011 EUDO Dissemination Conference on Inclusive Democracy in Europe, and the EUDO Citizenship Online Forum Debate on National Voting Rights for EU Citizens Residing in Other Member States. […]

CITSEE studies on Citizens and Citizenship after Yugoslavia published in Serbian

CITSEE is pleased to announce that CLIO (a Belgrade-based publisher) has recently published the volume “Citizens and Citizenship after Yugoslavia” (Državljani i državljanstvo posle Jugoslavije) edited by Professor Jo Shaw and Dr Igor Štiks. The volume contains the Serbian translations of the studies that previously appeared in the special issue of Citizenship Studies dedicated to […]

Special issue of Citizenship Studies published

The CITSEE team is pleased to announce the publication of a special issue of the journal “Citizenship Studies” dedicated to “Citizenship in the New States of Southeastern Europe”. It contains an introduction and seven comprehensive papers on the existing citizenship regimes across the former Yugoslavia. This special issue of Citizenship Studies comes out of the […]


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