|Title||Citizenship and Inclusion: Rethinking the Analytical Category of Noncitizenship|
The paper problematises the category of noncitizenship. It traces its trajectory in accounts of inclusive citizenship and argues that it is difficult to theorise it as a distinct theoretical category outside of citizenship. To support this argument, the paper distinguishes between a pluralist, political and democratic variant of accounts of inclusive citizenship and it shows how they all end up reducing noncitizenship to a journey to citizenship. To overcome this limit, the paper develops the idea of subversive politicisation and suggests that injustices and inequalities can be challenged without falling back on the vocabulary of citizenship.
|Journal citation||19 (8), pp. 922-935|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Accepted author manuscript||Tambakaki. June Revisions .pdf|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.1080/13621025.2015.1110285|
|Published||12 Feb 2016|
|Published in print||12 Feb 2016|