New book series on the Politics of Citizenship and Migration

We are pleased to announce a new book series on the Politics of
Citizenship and Migration<> from Palgrave Macmillan (please see details below). We are now accepting proposals and manuscripts from prospective authors. Should you have any questions or wish to submit your work, please contact:

Willem Maas <> (Series Editor):
Justin Gest <>
(Series Editor):
Sara Doskow (Palgrave Macmillan Editor):
For full proposals, please use Palgrave’s submission form
and adhere to the general Palgrave guidelines

The Politics of Citizenship and Migration

The Politics of Citizenship and Migration series publishes exciting new
research in all areas of migration and citizenship studies. Open to
multiple approaches, the series considers normative, conceptual,
comparative, empirical, historical, methodological, and theoretical
works. Versatile, the series publishes single and multi-authored
monographs, short-form Pivot books, and edited volumes. Broad in its
coverage, the series promotes research on citizenship and migration laws
and policies, voluntary and forced migration, rights and obligations,
demographic change, diasporas, political membership or behavior, public
policy, minorities, transformations in sovereignty and political
community, border and security studies, statelessness, naturalization,
integration and citizen-making, and subnational, supranational, global,
corporate, or multilevel citizenship.

Advisory Board:
Matt Barreto (UCLA)
Seyla Benhabib (Yale)
Irene Bloemraad (Berkeley)
Anna Boucher (Sydney)
Megan Bradley (McGill)
Brian Burgoon (Amsterdam)
Erin Aeran Chung (Johns Hopkins)
Elizabeth Cohen (Syracuse)
David Cook-Martin (Grinnell)
Terri Givens (Menlo)
Michael Jones-Correa (Cornell)
Susan Martin (Georgetown)
Jeannette Money (UC Davis)
Ayelet Shachar (Toronto)
Oxana Shevel (Tufts)
Maarten Vink (Maastricht)
Min Zhou (UCLA/Nanyang)

Series page:
Submission form: