The chapter explores the productive potential of treating citizenship as a keyword (in Raymond Williams’s sense). This makes citizenship the focus of contention between different political projects, rather than a fixed term. The chapter argues for a view of citizenship as always ‘imparfaite’ or unfinished. It grounds this in an exploration of the different disciplinary and geo-political locations that the four authors bring to the study of citizenship.
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