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Title Citizenship in question : evidentiary birthright and statelessness / Benjamin N. Lawrance and Jacqueline Stevens, editors
Imprint Durham : Duke University Press, 2017
book jacket
 Ethnology Library  JF801 .C573525 2017    AVAILABLE    30520020834058
Descript xvi, 287 pages ; 24 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-273) and index
Jus soli and statelessness : a comparative perspective from the Americas / Polly J. Price -- The politics of evidence : Roma citizenship deficits in Europe / Jacqueline Bhabha -- Statelessness-in-question : expert testimony and the evidentiary burden of statelessness / Benjamin N. Lawrance -- Reproducing uncertainty : documenting contested sovereignty and citizenship across the Taiwan Strait / Sara L. Friedman -- What is a "real" Australian citizen? : insights from Papua New Guinea and Mr. Amos Ame / Kim Rubenstein with Jacqueline Field -- To know a citizen : birthright citizenship documents regimes in U.S. history / Beatrice McKenzie -- From the outside looking in : U.S. passports in the Borderlands / Rachel E. Rosenbloom -- Problems of evidence, evidence of problems : expanding citizenship and reproducing statelessness among Highlanders in northern Thailand / Amanda Flaim -- Limits of legal citizenship : narratives from South and Southeast Asia / Kamal Sadiq -- American birthright citizenship rules and the exclusion of "outsiders" from the political community / Margaret D. Stock -- Ivoirité and citizenship in Ivory Coast : the controversial policy of authenticity / Alfred Babo -- The alien who Is a citizen / Jacqueline Stevens
Link Online version: Citizenship in question Durham : Duke University Press, 2016 9780822373483 (DLC) 2016028137
Subject Citizenship
Asylum, Right of
Belonging (Social psychology) -- Political aspects
Alt Author Lawrance, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nicholas), editor
Stevens, Jacqueline, 1962- editor
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