Edited by Terri Gordon-Zolov and Robin Rogers
Reimagining what it means to be a citizen in a globalized world.
Publication Date: 07-01-2010
Volume 38, Numbers 1–2: Spring/Summer 2010
The concept of nationalism conjures up feelings of belonging and allegiance, togetherness and protective boundaries, but what of alienation and xenophobia, immigration, and asylum? How do we gauge social and political conflict in an age of national and transnational allegiances and identities? This special issue of WSQ questions what it means to be a citizen in a world haunted by terrorism, racial tension, and gender and class exclusion.