New School Migration Scholars Featured in the Special Issue of Politics & Society “The Rights of Noncitizens.”

The Zolberg Center on Global Migration proudly announces the latest issue of Politics & Society.

The special issue “The Rights of Noncitizens” features papers originally presented at the workshop “The Rights of Noncitizens? Immigration, Boundaries, and Citizenship in Contemporary Democratic Politics.” The event, held in 2012 at the New School of Social Research, was co-sponsored by Politics & Society and the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship at the New School (ICMEC), now named Zolberg Center on Global Migration.

The workshop was organized by David Plotke (NSSR), who also signs the introduction of the special issue. The special issue also includes articles by Antje Ellermann, Els de Graauw, M. Victoria Quiroz Becerra (PhD in Politics, NSSR), Loren B. Landau, Rogers M. Smith and Alexandra Délano (Lang) and Benjamin Nienass (PhD in Politics, NSSR).

Click here to go the special issue: Politics & Society. Special Issue: The Rights of Noncitizens: September 2014; Vol. 42, No. 3.

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