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Uneven Citizenship: Minorities & Migrants in the Post-Yugoslav Space

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Professor Jo Shaw receives Chancellor's Award for Research

Edinburgh Law School congratulates Prof Jo Shaw on receiving the Chancellor's Award for Research. (More)

CITSEE presents visual representations of its research

With its widely read web-magazine Citizenship in Southeast Europe , the CITSEE team has long been a... (More)

Gezim Krasniqi nominated for National Student Employee of the Year Award

Edinburgh Law School is delighted to announce that CITSEE Research Fellow and PhD candidate Gezim K... (More)

About CITSEE

The Europeanisation of Citizenship in the Successor States of the Former Yugoslavia (CITSEE) was a study of the citizenship regimes of the seven successor states of the former Yugoslavia (Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia).

It was funded by an Advanced Investigator Award for basic research made to Jo Shaw by the European Research Council. CITSEE's funding ended on 31 December 2014. There will be few further updates to this website.

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Working Papers

Jelena Vasiljevic, "Citizenship as lived experience: belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia", 2014/36
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Milja Radovic, "Citizenship and Religion in the Post-Yugoslav States", 2013/35
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Jo Shaw, "Citizenship in an independent Scotland: legal status and political implications", 2013/34
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CITSEE Web Magazine

Citizenship in Southeast Europe web magazine brought the results of the CITSEE's basic academic research to a wider audience. It included studies (which are shorter versions of CITSEE working papers), stories, photo reportages, interviews, commentaries and blogs written by CITSEE researchers and fellows, or by leading scholars and intellectuals such as Zygmunt Bauman, Saskia Sassen, Tariq Ali, Jacques Rupnik, David Harvey, Allan Little etc. As of 31 December 2014, the web magazine is no longer updated.

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Special issue of Ethnopolitics published
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CITSEE’s PI, Professor Jo Shaw, receives Chancellor’s Award for Research
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