Rethinking Citizenship Through Transnational Lenses: Canada, New Zealand, and Australia

  • Augie Fleras
Part of the Politics of Citizenship and Migration book series (POCM)


The accelerated realities of a transnational era are challenging conventional notions of citizenship in ways yet to be determined. At the crux of any reassessment is the need to move beyond static, singular, and state-centric notions of citizenship that historically informed national models but can no longer abide by the multiple modalities of belonging and identity in a transnational world of globalization, the internationalization of universal human rights, surges in ethnonationalism, the intensification of diverse-diversities, and proliferation of diasporic communities. The chapter addresses the reframing of citizenship in the twenty-first century, what it means to be a citizen in a world of posts, trans, and isms, and what constitutes a meaningful citizenship from a transnational perspective across the settler domains of Canada, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Australia.


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