This is a quickly put together list with further formatting and details yet to be done.
Acklesberg, Martha (2009) Resisting Citizenship: Feminist Essays on Politics, Community, and Democracy. London/New York: Routledge.
Armaline, William and Glasberg, Davita (2009) What Will States Really Do For Us? The Human Rights Enterprise and Pressure from Below. www – – – > anarchistic more than anarchist per se
Bamyeh, Mohammed Anarchy as Order: The History and Future of Civil Humanity
Berry, Craig and Gabay, Clive (2009) Transnational political action and ‘global civil society’ in practice: the case of Oxfam Global Networks 9, 3 339–358.
Biehl, Janet ‘The Formation of Citizenship’ in The Politics of Social Ecology. Montreal: Black Rose.
Black, Bob. Nightmares_of_Reason http://theanarchistlibrary.org/HTML/Bob_Black__Nightmares_of_Reason.html#fn775 – – – > chapts 9-15 for critique of murray bookchin’s concept of citizenship and libertarian municipalism.
Bookchin, Murray. http://www.social-ecology.org/1999/08/thoughts-on-libertarian-municipalism/
Gabay, Clive (2008). Anarcho-cosmopolitanism: the universalisation of the equal exchange. Global Society, 22(2), pp. 197–216.
Heckert, Jamie (2005) “Resisting Orientation: On in the complexities of desire and the limits of identity politics”. Self-published PhD thesis University of Edinburgh. Online. See sexualorientation [dot] info. – – ->queer/anarchist critique of state-centred lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender politics. Includes some critiques of citizenship in chapter 2.
Hoffman, John (2005) Citizenship Beyond the State – – – > Offers a non-capitalist, non-statist, non-patriarchal call for citizenship while disavowing an idea of anarchism that is not engaged with any anarchist scholarship. Should be useful for anarchist work on citizenship.
Paul Goodman, ‘The Limits of Local Liberty’ in, Taylor Stoehr (ed.) ‘Drawing the Line Once Again’ (PM Press).
Lister, Ruth ‘Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives NYU Press. – – – > useful to anarchist critique
Nyers, Peter(2004) ‘Introduction: What’s left of citizenship?’, Citizenship Studies, 8: 3, 203 — 215
Perspectives on Anarchist Theory (2006) < http://www.anarchist-studies.org/perspectives06>. – – – >Includes articles addressing citizenship, particularly from a migrant justice “no borders” perspective.
Phelan, Shane (2001) Sexual Strangers: Gays, Lesbians, and Dilemmas of Citizenship – – – > queer approach
Prichard, Alex (2010) The ethical foundations of Proudhon’s republican anarchism, in Benjamin Franks and Matt Wilson (eds) Anarchism and Moral Philosophy, Palgrave, 2010, pp. 86-112.
– – – (2010) Introduction: Anarchism and World Politics Millennium: Journal of International Studies 39(2) 373–380
– – – (2010) David Held is an Anarchist. Discuss. Millennium: Journal of International Studies 39(2) ??
Ritter, Alan . Anarchism: A Theoretical Analysis
Roseneil, Sasha (2010). Intimate Citizenship: A Pragmatic, Yet Radical, Proposal for a Politics of Personal Life. European Journal of Women’s Studies 2010; 17; 77
Crispin Sartwell, Against the State
Shannon, Deric. (forthcoming, 2011). “Food Not Bombs: The Right to Eat.” In Armaline, William T., Davita Silfen Glasberg, and Bandana Purkayastha, eds. In Our Own Backyard: Human Rights in the US. Philadelphia, PA: UPenn Press.
Shukaitis, Stevphen (2007) Citizenship Despite the State? imagination, incorporation, and the evolution of the global Sphere. Perspectives on Anarchist Theory 11(1): 78-83. www – – -> Global citizenship is a concept frequently mentioned though rarely theorized in any sustained manner. Given the nation-centered focus of many of the social sciences and traditions of social struggle, particularly sociology and Marxist-inspired politics, and the uncertain and schizophrenic character of thought on the all-encompassing, ever ambiguous processes of globalization, this perhaps is not so surprising. The implicit “stateness” found within assumptions that cultural processes correspond to national and state boundaries (or at least are ultimately describable and contained within a state- based framework) makes it difficult even to discuss, let alone theorize, concepts outside such a framework. We simply don’t have the necessary concepts.
Squires, Judith – – – > feminist critiques of citizenship that may complement anarchist questions
Turner, Brian. Citizenship and Capitalism: The Debate over Reformism. London: Allen and Unwin, 1986.
Vernon, Richard. Citizenship and Order: Studies in French Political Thought. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986;
Vernon, Richard. “Obligation by Association? A Reply to John Horton.” Political Studies 55, no. 4 (2007): 865-79;i
Zimmer, Kenyon (2010) “THE WHOLE WORLD IS OUR COUNTRY”: IMMIGRATION AND ANARCHISM IN THE UNITED STATES, 1885-1940. Diss., University of Pittsburgh. www – – – > This dissertation looks at Italian and Jewish anarchists in the US between 1880 and 1940 and pays special attention to their ideas of anti-nationalism, and their simultaneous identification as “those without a country” and “citizens of the world,” as well as how some dealt with the more mundane choice between applying for naturalization or not, and some of the ramifications of these choices.