Statelessness and Citizenship Review

Over the past decade, there has been an exponential increase in scholarly attention and diversity of research projects focused on statelessness. With it, the volume of articles on the issue has surged, securing a place among the other literature in a wide array of existing journals that touch on related issues — not only international law and human rights, but also migration, refugee, gender and citizenship studies, to name a few. The authors of this special issue propose that the time has come for a dedicated journal on statelessness and citizenship issues.

Michelle Foster and Laura van Waas, Statelessness and Citizenship Review, Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness, 2019.