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Youth Citizenship in Divided Societies

  

  

Project Publications

Marshall, D., Staeheli, L., Smaira, D., Kastrissianakis, K. 2017 "Narrating Pallimpsestic Spaces", Environment and Planning A, 45(5): 1163-1180. 

Staeheli, L., Marshall, D., and Maynard, N. (2016) "Circulations and the Entanglements of Citizenship Formation." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 106 (2), pp. 377-384

Staeheli, L. (2016) "Citizenship". In: Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and Marston, D.  (Eds) International Encyclopedia of Geography:  People, the Earth, Environment and Technology.

Staeheli, L. (2016) "The ‘Problems’ and ‘Prospects’ of Young People’s Political Participation." In:  Aitken, S., and Skelton, T. (Eds.) Geography of Children and Young People (Vol 1):  Establishing Geographies of Children and Young People.  New York:  Springer. 

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2015) “NGOs and the Making of Youth Citizenship in Lebanon”  In:  Kallio, K., Mills, S., and Skelton, T. (Eds.) Geography of Children and Young People (Vol 7):  Politics, Citizenship and Rights.  New York:  Springer.  Pages 497-514. 

Marshall, D. and Staeheli, L. (2015) "Mapping civil society with Social Network Analysis: Methodological possibilities and limitations"Geoforum 61, pp. 56-66

Jeffrey, A. and Staeheli, L. (2015) "Learning Citizenship: Civility, Civil Society and the Possibilities of Citizenship" In: Kallio, K., Mills, S., and Skelton, T. (Eds.) Geography of Children and Young People (Vol 7): Politics, Citizenship and Rights. New York: Springer.  Pages 481-496. 

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2015) "Nature, Environmentalism, and the Politics of Citizenship in Post-Civil War Lebanon".Cultural Geographies 23(2), pp. 247-263

Kiwan, D., Marshall, D., Staeheli, L., and Jalbout, M. (2014). Arab Philanthropy for Civic Change in Lebanon: Education or Inclusive Citizenship for Women, Youth and Refugees. Proceedings of Takaful: Fourth Annual Conference on Arab Philanthropy and Civic Engagement.

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2014) "International Donors, NGOs, and the Geopolitics of Youth Citizenship in Contemporary Lebanon".  Geopolitics 20 (2), pp. 223-247

Staeheli, L. and Hammett, D. (2013) "For the Future of the Nation': Citizenship, Education and Divided Societies".Political Geography 32(1), pp. 32-41.

Staeheli, L., Attoh, K., and Mitchell, D. (2013) "Contested Engagements: Youth and the Politics of Citizenship". Space and Polity 17(1), pp. 88-105.

Staeheli, L. and Nagel, C. (2013) "Whose Awakening Is It? Youth and the Geopolitics of Civic Engagement in the Arab Awakening". European Urban and Regional Studies 20 (1), pp. 115-119. 


  

 

Presentations

Buire, C "Multiple Regimes Of Conformity And Dissent In Cape Town: When Young People Craft a Safe Space To Grow Up On Their Own Terms", Session 2230:  Practicing Citizenship II:  Making Publics, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Celebicic, V "Dissent through satire: challenging practices of citizenship in Bosnia and Herzegovina", Session 2530:  Practicing Citizenship IV:  Complex Performances, Complex Politics, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Jeffrey, A "Human Rights within Youth Citizenship Practices: Resource, Rules or Restraint?" Session 2130:  Practicing Citizenship I:  Political subjects and the re-articulation of rights, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Kastrissianakis, K "Legit citizenship is not enough": Youth understandings of politics and dissent in Lebanon since the Arab Spring", Session 2230:  Practicing Citizenship II:  Making Publics, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Smaira, D "The Space in Between: navigating pedagogy, practice, and the boundaries of citizenship in Lebanon", Session 2430:  Practicing Citizenship III:  Ambivalent Positionings, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017. 

Marshall, D.J. and Staeheli, L. “Mapping Lives/Telling Stories: The Spatial Politics of Intergenerational Memory and Hope in Beirut.” School of Middle Eastern & North African Studies at the University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. April 22 2016.

Celebicic, V. "Voluntarism gone astray: misperceiving youth voluntary activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina." AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco. March 29 - April 2 2016.

Marshall, D.J.; Staeheli, L.A.; and Celebicic, V. “Why are ‘we’ called ‘them’?: The contested terrain of dialogue and engagement in post-conflict societies.” AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco. March 29 - April 2 2016.

Marshall, D. (panelist and organizer) and Staeheli, L.  (discussant and organizer) of a panel session entitled “Creative Destruction?: Creative Methods in Contexts of Conflict and Crisis.” AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco. March 29 - April 2 2016.

Hammett, D. "Developing a 'Civil' Society in Partial Democracies: Citizens, In/civility and a Critical Public Sphere, AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March 29 - April 2 2016. 

Hammett, D. "Engaging citizens: Exploring relations between transnational and national citizenship education", Learning to be Citizens: Promoting Reconciliation, Social Cohesion and Security in Times of Uncertainty" YouCitizen Workshop, University of Sheffield, 27 November 2015.

Marshall, D.J. and Staeheli, L.A. “Mapping the Palimpsestic Spaces of Post-conflict Cities.” University of Arizona School of Geography and Development. Tucson, Arizona. September 2015.

Jeffrey, A., Macfarlane, C. and Vasudevan, A. "Enacting political collectives: bodies, subjects, infrastructures, AAG Annual Meeting, Chicago, 25 April 2015.

Hammett, D. & Marshall, D. "Building Peaceful Citizens? Nation-Building in Divided Societies", AAG Annual Meeting, Chicago, 26 April 2016. 

Staeheli, L.A. "Democracy Against Civil Society?", Dilemmas of Civil Society: Civil, Civic or Contested? YouCitizen Workshop, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, 26 March 2016.

Jeffrey, A. "Civil Society, Civilty and Post-politics: The Spaces Between", Dilemmas of Civil Society: Civil, Civic or Contested? YouCitizen Workshop, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, 26 March 2016.

Marshall, D. and Staeheli, L. "Future Perfect: Temporalities of Youth Citizenship in Divided Socities." Geographies of Children, Youth & Families 4th International Conference, San Diego, California, 12-14 January 2015.

Kastrissianakis, K. (2014) "Real Estate Development, Archaeology and Spherology: Competing Territorial Assemblages on and Around Beirut's Martyrs' Square." American Anthropological Association, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 3-7 December.

Jeffrey, A. (2014) "Interpreting Political Maturity: the 2013 protests over birth registration in Bosnia and Herzegovina." Ecologies of Protest Workshop, Durham, UK. 16-17 January.

Buire, C. (2014) "Youth and Citizenship in Divided Societies: 'Born-Frees' in South Africa and beyond." 3rd Southern African Cities Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. 27-29 March.

Staeheli, L. (2014) "Future Perfect? Sedimented Temporalities of Youth Citizenship in Post-conflict Societies." International Geographical Union Regional Conference, Krakow, Poland. 19-21 August.

Jeffery, A. (2014) "Citizenship Unlearnt: Education, Activism and Alternative Geographies of the City." Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference, London. 27-29 August.

Hammett, D. (2014) "Contesting (trans)national citizenship: Developing active(ist) citizens." Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference, London. 27-29 August.

Kiwan, D., Marshall, D., Staeheli, L., and Jalbout, M. (2014) "Arab Philanthropy for Civic Change in Lebanon: Education or Inclusive Citizenship for Women, Youth and Refugees."Takaful 2014 - Fourth Annual Conference on Arab Philanthropy and Civic Engagement, Beirut, Lebanon. 4-6 June. 

Staeheli, L. (2013) "Youth, Geopolitics and the Contested Public SPhere in Lebanon." Performance in/and the Public Sphere: An International Conference, Tangier, Morocco. 1-4 June.


 

 

 

Project-Related publications

Marshall, D. (2016) "'We have a place to play, but someone else controls it': Space, mobility, and gender in occupied Palestine." Global Study of Childhood 5 (2), pp. 191-205.

Marshall, D. (2016) "Playing with Discourse: Islam, Soap Operas, and Girls' Access to Space in Balata Refugee Camp." In Skelton, T., Worth, N., and Dwyer, C. (Eds.), Geographies of Children and Young People (Vol. 4): Geographies of Identities and Subjectivities, Inclusion/Exclusion, Marginalisation and Representation. New York: Springer.

Marshall, D. (2015) "Existence as resistance: children and everyday politics in Palestine." In Skelton, T., Kallio, K, and Mills, S. (Eds.), Geographies of Children and Young People (Vol. 7): Politics, Citizenship and Rights. New York: Springer.

Marshall, D. and Sousa, C. (2014) "Decolonizing Trauma: Liberation Psychology, Postcolonial Theory, and Childhood Trauma in Palestine." In Horschelmann, K. and Harker, C. (Eds.), Geographies of children and young people (Vol. 11): Conflict, violence, and peace. New York: Springer.

Pain, R. and Staeheli, L. (2014) "Intimacy-geopolitics and Violence"Area 46(4), pp. 344-347. 

Marshall, D. (2014) "Love stories of occupation: storytelling and the counter-geopolitics of intimacy"Area, 46(4), pp. 344–360.

Hammett, D. (2014) "Civil society and the politics of belonging in Southern Africa" in Obadare, E. (Ed) The Handbook of Civil Society in Africa. Springer, London.

Hammett, D. and Staeheli, L. (2013) "Transition and the Education of the New South African Citizen". Comparative Education Review 57(2), pp. 309-331.

Hammett, D. and Staeheli, L. (2011) "Respect and Responsibility: Teaching Citizenship in South African High Schools". International Journal of Educational Development 31, pp. 269-276.

Staeheli, L. and Hammett, D. (2010) "Educating the New National Citizen: Education, Political Subjectivity, and Divided Societies". Citizenship Studies 14(6), pp. 667-680.

Hammett, D. (2008) "The Challenge of a Perception of ‘Un-Entitlement’ to Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa".Political Geography 27 (6), pp. 652-668.

Jones, B., Jeffrey, A. and Jakala, M. (2013) "The 'Transitional Citizen': Civil Society, Political Agency and Hopes for Transitional Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina". In: Simić, O and Volčić, Z Transitional Justice and Civil Society in the Balkans. New York: Springer Publishing. pp. 87-104.

Staeheli, L. (2013) "Whose Responsibility Is It? Obligation, Citizenship and Social Welfare". Antipode 45, pp. 521-540.

Staeheli, L., Ehrkamp, P., Leitner, H., and Nagel, C. (2012) "Dreaming of the Ordinary: Citizenship and the Complex Geographies of Daily Life". Progress in Human Geography 36, pp. 627-643.

Staeheli, L. (2011) "Where’s Citizenship?Progress in Human Geography 35(3), pp. 393-400. 

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