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

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

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This book focuses on the relations between citizenship and various manifestations of diversity, including, but not exclusively, ethnicity. Contributors address migrants and minorities in a novel and original way by adding the concept of `uneven citizenship' to the debate surrounding the former Yugoslavian states. Referring to this `uneven citizenship' concept, this book not only engages with exclusionary legal, political and social practices but also looks at other unanticipated or unaccounted for results of citizenship policies. Individual chapters address statuses, rights, and duties of refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees, Roma, and `claimed co-ethnics', as well as various interactions between dominant and non-dominant groups in the post-Yugoslav space. The particular focus is on `migrants and minorities', as these are frequently overlapping categories in the post-Yugoslav context and indeed more generally. Not only is policy framework addressed, but also public understanding and the socio-historical developments which created legally and culturally stratified, transnationally marginalized, desired and claimed co-ethnics, and those less wanted, often on the margins of citizenship. This book was originally published as a special issue of Ethnopolitics.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 110 pages
  • 171 x 248 x 15.24mm | 352g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138934623
  • 9781138934627

About Gezim Krasniqi

Gezim Krasniqi is the Alexander Nash Fellow at the School of Slavic and East European Studies, University College London, UK. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Edinburgh, UK. Dejan Stjepanovic is an IRC Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University College Dublin, Ireland. He holds a Ph.D. in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute, Florence, Italy.show more

Table of contents

1. Uneven Citizenship: Minorities and Migrants in the Post-Yugoslav Space Gezim Krasniqi and Dejan Stjepanovic 2. Whose Rights, Whose Return? The Boundary Problem and Unequal Restoration of Citizenship in the Post-Yugoslav Space Biljana Dordevic 3. Claimed Co-ethnics and Kin-State Citizenship in Southeastern Europe Dejan Stjepanovic 4. Romani Minorities and Uneven Citizenship Access in the Post-Yugoslav Space Julija Sardelic 5. Refugee Integration and Citizenship Policies: The Case Study of Croatian Serbs in Vojvodina Viktor Koska 6. Equal Citizens, Uneven Communities: Differentiated and Hierarchical Citizenship in Kosovo Gezim Krasniqishow more