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'The general introduction, written by co-editor Richard Bellamy, raises a very inspiring framework for citizenship studies.' - Political Studies Review 'This volume is extremely valuable. It is essential reading for scholars interested in two different but at the same time interrelated processes of the development of national and common European citizenship.' - West European Politics 'This critical and comparative study is a useful basis for further research on citizenship and Europeanization.' - British Journal of Sociology 'The principal value of the current volume is in some extremely penetrating accounts of national traditions, to our understanding of which it makes valuable contributions.' - English Historical Review
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LUCA BACCELLI Associate Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of Pisa, Italy BRUNELLA CASALINI Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Science, University of Florence, Italy CARLOS CLOSA Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Zaragoza, Spain PIETRO COSTA Professor of the History of Law, University of Florence, Italy JOSE HARRIS Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford, UK CECILE LABORDE Lecturer in Political Theory, University College London, UK ULRICH K. PREUss Professor of Law and Politics, Free University Bremen, Germany RUI RAMOS Research Fellow, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal BIRTE SIIM Associate Professor, University of Aalborg, Denmark HEGE SKJEIE Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, Norway SIEP STUURMAN Jean Monnet Chair of European History, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Introduction: The Making of Modern Citizenship; R.Bellamy Citizenship and the German Nation; U.K.Preuss Republican Citizenship and the Crisis of Integration in France; C.Laborde Nationality, Rights and Virtue: Some Approaches to Citizenship in Great Britain; J.Harris Portuguese, but not Citizens: Restricted Citizenship in Contemporary Portugal; R.Ramos Italian Citizenship and the Republican Tradition; L.Baccelli Spanish Citizenship: Democracy-Building and Plural Nationhood in the European Context; C.Closa The Scandinavian Model of Citizenship and Feminist Debates; B.Siim & H.Skjeie Citizenship and Cultural Difference in France and the Netherlands; S.Stuurman American Citizenship: Between Past and Present; B.Casalini From National to European Citizenship: A Historical Comparison; P.Costa