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How do protest and resistance make citizens and cItizenship?: An interview with Engin Isin

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>3/04/2023
<mark>Journal</mark>Citizenship Studies
Issue number3
Number of pages19
Pages (from-to)310-328
Publication StatusPublished
Early online date17/02/23
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This interview was originally conducted in March 2021 for Who do we think we are? (2021), a podcast series I host, discussing urgent questions of citizenship and migration in Britain today. At the heart of the series is a commitment to showcasing social science knowledge and understanding to demonstrate how these might challenge public and political understandings of Britishness and belonging and offer alternatives ways of thinking about a range of current issues, including the Windrush Deportation Scandal, the citizenship test, and the UK government’s commitments to the people of Hong Kong. The series follows a narrative format, using edited excerpts from the recorded interviews within each episode. Excerpts from this interview appear in Episode 9: What does it mean to be a citizen? (released 10 December 2021). https://whodowethinkweare.org/podcast-episode/how-do-protest-and-resistance-make-citizens-and-citizenship/.