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Author Kingston, Lindsey.
Title Fully human [electronic resource] : personhood, citizenship, and rights / Lindsey N. Kingston.
Publication Info New York : Oxford University Press, [2019]



Descript x, 299 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Preface -- Constructing political membership and worthiness -- Introduction -- The changing value and meaning of citizenship -- Newcomers and noncitizens -- Statelessness and elusive political membership -- Forced displacement and broken ties -- Irregular human movement and the creation of liminal spaces -- Marginalized nations and minorities -- Nomadic peoples and alternate conceptions of space -- Indigenous nations and tribal sovereignty -- Second-class citizens in the "land of the free" -- Creating inclusive forms of membership -- Conveying the problem(s) and representing personhood -- Actualizing the ideal of functioning citizenship.
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ISBN 9780190918262
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Author Kingston, Lindsey.
Subject Citizenship.
Immigrants -- Civil rights.
Stateless persons -- Civil rights.
Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights.
Nomadic peoples -- Civil rights.
Civil rights.
Human rights.
Descript x, 299 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Preface -- Constructing political membership and worthiness -- Introduction -- The changing value and meaning of citizenship -- Newcomers and noncitizens -- Statelessness and elusive political membership -- Forced displacement and broken ties -- Irregular human movement and the creation of liminal spaces -- Marginalized nations and minorities -- Nomadic peoples and alternate conceptions of space -- Indigenous nations and tribal sovereignty -- Second-class citizens in the "land of the free" -- Creating inclusive forms of membership -- Conveying the problem(s) and representing personhood -- Actualizing the ideal of functioning citizenship.
Note .
ISBN 9780190918262
Author Kingston, Lindsey.
Subject Citizenship.
Immigrants -- Civil rights.
Stateless persons -- Civil rights.
Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights.
Nomadic peoples -- Civil rights.
Civil rights.
Human rights.

Subject Citizenship.
Immigrants -- Civil rights.
Stateless persons -- Civil rights.
Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights.
Nomadic peoples -- Civil rights.
Civil rights.
Human rights.
Descript x, 299 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Preface -- Constructing political membership and worthiness -- Introduction -- The changing value and meaning of citizenship -- Newcomers and noncitizens -- Statelessness and elusive political membership -- Forced displacement and broken ties -- Irregular human movement and the creation of liminal spaces -- Marginalized nations and minorities -- Nomadic peoples and alternate conceptions of space -- Indigenous nations and tribal sovereignty -- Second-class citizens in the "land of the free" -- Creating inclusive forms of membership -- Conveying the problem(s) and representing personhood -- Actualizing the ideal of functioning citizenship.
Note .
ISBN 9780190918262

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