Publications, 1985-2023
Isin, Engin. 1985. ‘Understanding the Third World Urban Landscape’. Environments 17 (1): 18–28.
———. 1987. ‘The Urban Geography of Underdevelopment: A Case of Petty Commodity Production’. Geoforum 18 (2): 127–49. [PDF].
———. 1989. ‘The Birth of the Modern City in British North America: An Introduction’. University of Toronto. Centre for Urban and Community Studies Research Paper (173). [PDF].
———. 1990. ‘The Birth of the Modern City in British North America’. Toronto: University of Toronto. [PDF].
———. 1992a. ‘Cities and Canadian Federalism: A Colonial Legacy’. In Political Arrangements: Power and the City, edited by Henri Lustiger-Thaler. Montreal: Black Rose Books. [PDF].
———. 1992b. Cities Without Citizens: Modernity of the City as a Corporation. Montreal: Black Rose Books. [PDF].
———. 1994. ‘The (Re)Emergence of the Concept of Citizenship in Academic Discourse’. Canadian Journal of Urban Research 3 (2): 183–92. [PDF].
———. 1995a. ‘Rethinking the Origins of Canadian Municipal Government’. Canadian Journal of Urban Research 4 (1): 73–92. [PDF].
———. 1995b. ‘The Origins of Canadian Municipal Government’. In Canadian Metropolitics: Governing Our Cities, edited by James Lightbody, 51–91. Toronto: Copp Clark. [PDF].
———. 1996a. ‘Global City-Regions and Citizenship’. In Local Places in the Age of the Global City, edited by David Bell, Roger Keil, and Gerda Wekerle, 21–34. Montreal: Black Rose Books. [PDF].
———. 1996b. ‘Metropolis Unbound: Legislators and Interpreters of Urban Form’. In City Lives and City Forms: Critical Urban Research and Canadian Urbanism, edited by Jon Caulfield and Linda Peake, 121–35. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [PDF].
———. 1997. ‘Who Is the New Citizen? Toward a Genealogy’. Citizenship Studies 1 (1): 115–32. [PDF].
———. 1998. ‘Governing Toronto Without Government: Liberalism and Neoliberalism’. Studies in Political Economy 56 (Summer): 169–91. [PDF].
———. 1999a. ‘Citizenship, Class and the Global City’. Citizenship Studies 3 (2): 267–83. [PDF].
———. 1999b. ‘Introduction: Cities and Citizenship in a Global Age’. Citizenship Studies 3 (2): 165–71. [PDF].
———. 2000a. Democracy, Citizenship, and the Global City. Innis Centenary Series. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2000b. ‘Governing Cities Without Government’. In Democracy, Citizenship and the Global City, edited by Engin Isin, 148–68. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2000c. ‘Introduction: Democracy, Citizenship and the City’. In Democracy, Citizenship and the Global City, edited by Engin Isin, 1–21. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2001. ‘Istanbul’s Conflicting Paths to Citizenship: Islamization and Globalization’. In Global City-Regions: Trends and Prospects, Policy Questions, Theoretical Debates, edited by Allen J. Scott, 349–68. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [PDF].
———. 2002a. Being Political: Genealogies of Citizenship. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. [PDF].
———. 2002b. ‘Citizenship After Orientalism’. In Handbook of Citizenship Studies, edited by Engin Isin and Bryan S. Turner, 117–28. London: Sage. [PDF].
———. 2002c. ‘City, Democracy and Citizenship: Historical Images, Contemporary Practices’. In Handbook of Citizenship Studies, edited by Engin Isin and Bryan S. Turner, 305–16. London: Sage. [PDF].
———. 2002d. ‘Ways of Being Political’. Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 2 (1): 7–28. [PDF].
———. 2003. ‘Historical Sociology of the City’. In Handbook of Historical Sociology, edited by Gerard Delanty and Engin Isin, 312–25. London: Sage. [PDF].
———. 2004. ‘The Neurotic Citizen’. Citizenship Studies 8 (3): 217–35. [PDF].
———. 2005a. ‘Citizenship After Orientalism: Ottoman Citizenship’. In Citizenship in a Globalizing World: European Questions and Turkish Experiences, edited by Fuat Keyman and Ahmet Içduygu, 31–51. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2005b. ‘Engaging, Being, Political’. Political Geography 24: 373–87. [PDF].
———. 2006. ‘Theorizing the European City’. In Handbook of Contemporary European Social Theory, edited by Gerard Delanty, 323–32. Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2007a. ‘City.State: Critique of Scalar Thought’. Citizenship Studies 11 (2): 211–28. [PDF].
———. 2007b. ‘Ottoman Awqaf, Turkish Modernization, and Citizenship’. In Remaking Turkey: Globalization, Alternative Modernities, and Democracy, edited by Emin Fuat Keyman, 3–15. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. [PDF].
———. 2008a. ‘Conclusion: The Socius of Citizenship’. In Recasting the Social in Citizenship, edited by Engin Isin, 3–19. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [PDF].
———. 2008b. Istanbul: Şehrin Keyfi. Blurb Publications. [PDF].
———. 2008c. Recasting the Social in Citizenship. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
———. 2008d. ‘The City as the Site of the Social’. In Recasting the Social in Citizenship, edited by Engin Isin, 261–79. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [PDF].
———. 2008e. ‘Theorizing Acts of Citizenship’. In Acts of Citizenship, edited by Engin Isin and Greg M. Nielsen, 15–43. London: Zed Books. [PDF].
———. 2009a. ‘Beneficence and Difference: Ottoman Awqaf and “Other” Subjects’. In The Other Global City, edited by Shail Mayaram, 35–53. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2009b. ‘Citizenship in Flux: The Figure of the Activist Citizen’. Subjectivity, no. 29: 367–88. [PDF].
———. 2009c. ‘La Ville Comme Lieu Du Social’. Rue Descartes, no. 63: 52–62. [PDF].
———. 2010. ‘The Soul of a City: Hüzün, Keyif, Longing’. In Istanbul: Cultural Capital of Europe?, edited by Deniz Göktürk, Levent Soysal, and Ipek Türeli. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2011. ‘Ottoman Waqfs as Acts of Citizenship’. In Held in Trust: Waqf in the Muslim World, edited by Pascale Ghazaleh, 209–29. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. [PDF].
———. 2012a. Citizens Without Frontiers. London: Bloomsbury. [PDF].
———. 2012b. ‘Citizens Without Nations’. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30 (1): 450–67. [PDF].
———. 2012c. ‘Citizenship After Orientalism: An Unfinished Project’. Citizenship Studies 16 (5–6): 563–72. [PDF].
———. 2012d. ‘Enacting Citizenship’. In Citizens Without Frontiers, 108–46. London: Bloomsbury. [PDF].
———. 2012e. ‘We, the Connected’. In Citizens Without Frontiers, 70–107. London: Bloomsbury. [PDF].
———. 2013a. ‘Citizenship after Orientalism: Genealogical Investigations’. In Comparative Political Thought: Theorizing Practices, edited by Michael Freeden and Andrew Vincent. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2013b. ‘Claiming European Citizenship’. In Enacting European Citizenship, edited by Engin Isin and Michael Saward, 19–46. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [PDF].
———. 2013c. ‘Two Regimes of Rights?’ In Citizenship and Security: The Constitution of Political Being, edited by Xavier Guillaume and Jef Huysmans, 53–74. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2013d. ‘We, the Non-Europeans: Derrida with Said’. In Europe After Derrida, edited by Bora Isyar and Agnes Czajka, 108–19. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. [PDF].
———. 2014a. ‘Acts’. In Migration: A COMPAS Anthology, edited by Bridget Anderson and Michael Keith. Oxford: COMPAS. [PDF].
———, ed. 2014b. Citizenship after Orientalism: An Unfinished Project. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———, ed. 2015a. Citizenship After Orientalism: Transforming Political Theory. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK. [PDF].
———. 2015b. ‘Citizenship’s Empire’. In Citizenship after Orientalism: Transforming Political Theory, edited by Engin Isin, 263–81. London: Palgrave. [PDF].
———. 2016. ‘We, the Non-Europeans’. In Conflicting Humanities, edited by Rosi Braidotti and Paul Gilroy, 229–44. London: Bloomsbury. [PDF].
———. 2017a. ‘Citizenship Studies and the Middle East’. In The Crisis of Citizenship in The Arab World, edited by Nils A. Butenschøn and Roel Meijer, 511–34. Leiden: Brill. [PDF].
———. 2017b. ‘Enacting International Citizenship’. In International Political Sociology: Transversal Lines, edited by Tugba Basaran, Didier Bigo, Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet, and Rob Walker, 185–204. Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2017c. ‘Performative Citizenship’. In The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship, edited by Ayelet Shachar, Rainer Bauböck, Irene Bloemraad, and Maarten Vink, 500–523. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [PDF].
———. 2018a. ‘Mobile Peoples: Transversal Configurations’. Social Inclusion 6 (1): 115–23. [PDF].
———. 2018b. ‘Postcolonial Intellectuals Universal, Specific or Transversal?’ In Postcolonial Intellectuals in Europe: Critics, Artists, Movements, and Their Publics, edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Adriano José Habed, xi–xiv. London: Rowman & Littlefield International. [PDF].
———. 2019a. ‘Doing Rights with Things’. In Performing Citizenship: Bodies, Agencies, Limitations, edited by Kerstin Evert, Paula Hildebrandt, Sibylle Peters, Mirjam Schaub, Kathrin Wildner, and Gesa Ziemer. London: Palgrave. [PDF].
———. 2019b. ‘Jak Se Stát Politickým Subjektem’. Translated by Marta Martinová. Kontradikce 3 (1): 159–68. [PDF].
———. 2019c. ‘Peuples Mobiles: Configurations Transversales’. Anthropologie & Développement 50: 129–43. [PDF].
———. 2021a. ‘Bedeutungen von Citizenship’. Translated by Malte Kleinschmidt. Polis: Report Der Deutschen Vereinigung Für Politische Bildung 1: 7–14. [PDF].
———. 2021b. ‘Citizenship’. In The Routledge Handbook of Law and Society, edited by Mariana Valverde, Kamari Maxine Clarke, Eve Darian-Smith, and Prabha Kotiswaran, 94–97. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2021c. ‘Citizenship’. In The Routledge Encylopedia of Citizen Media, edited by Mona Baker, Bolette Blaagaard, Henry Jones, and Luis Perez Gonzalez, 55–61. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2022. ‘How the Pandemic Made Sensory Power Visible’. Current History 121 (831): 10–16. [PDF].
Bigo, Didier, Engin Isin, and Evelyn Ruppert, eds. 2019. Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights. Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology. London: Routledge. [PDF].
Delanty, Gerard, and Engin Isin, eds. 2003. Handbook of Historical Sociology. London: Sage. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, Janine Brodie, Danielle Juteau, and Daiva Stasiulis. 2008. ‘Introduction: Recasting the Social in Citizenship’. In Recasting the Social in Citizenship, edited by Engin Isin, 3–19. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Melissa Finn. 2007. ‘Bombs, Bodies, Acts: The Banalization of Suicide’. In War, Citizenship, Territory, edited by Deborah Cowen and Emily Gilbert, 75–95. London: Routledge. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Bora Isyar. 2005. ‘Türkiye’de Ulus-Devlet ve Vatandaşlığın Doğuşu’. In AB Üyesi Ülkelerde ve Türkiye Gerçekliğinde Anayasal Vatandaşlık ve Azınlıklar [Constitutional Citizenship and Minorities in Europe and Turkey], edited by Turgut Tarhanlı and Ayhan Kaya, The Nation-State in Turkey and the Birth of Citizenship, 79–97. Istanbul: TESEV. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Alexandre Lefebvre. 2005. ‘The Gift of Law: Greek Euergetism and Ottoman Waqf’. European Journal of Social Theory 8 (1): 5–23. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Greg M. Nielsen, eds. 2008. Acts of Citizenship. London: Zed Books. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Peter Nyers. 2014a. ‘Globalizing Citizenship Studies’. In Routledge Handbook of Global Citizenship Studies, edited by Engin Isin and Peter Nyers, 1–11. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———, eds. 2014b. Routledge Handbook of Global Citizenship Studies. London: Routledge. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, Peter Nyers, and Bryan S. Turner, eds. 2008. Citizenship Between Past and Future. London: Routledge.
———. 2009. ‘The Thinking Citizenship Series’. Citizenship Studies 13 (1): 1–2. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Evelyn Ruppert. 2015. Being Digital Citizens. First Edition. London: Rowman & Littlefield International. [PDF].
———. 2017. ‘Citizen Snowden’. International Journal of Communication 11: 832–46. [PDF].
———. 2019. ‘Data’s Empire: Postcolonial Data Politics’. In Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights, edited by Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, and Evelyn Ruppert. Vol. Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology. London: Routledge. [PDF].
———. 2020a. Being Digital Citizens. Second edition. London: Rowman & Littlefield. [PDF].
———. 2020b. ‘Digital Citizens yet to Come’. In Being Digital Citizens, 2nd ed., 173–93. London: Rowman & Littlefield International. [PDF].
———. 2020c. ‘The Birth of Sensory Power: How a Pandemic Made It Visible’. Big Data & Society. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Kim Rygiel. 2007a. ‘Abject Spaces: Frontiers, Zones, Camps’. In Logics of Biopower and the War on Terror, edited by Elizabeth Dauphinee and Cristina Masters, 181–203. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave. [PDF].
———. 2007b. ‘Of Other Global Cities: Frontiers, Zones, Camps’. In Cities of the South: Citizenship and Exclusion in the 21st Century, edited by Heiko Wimmen. London: Saqi Books. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Michael Saward, eds. 2013a. Enacting European Citizenship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [PDF].
———. 2013b. ‘Questions of European Citizenship’. In Enacting European Citizenship, edited by Engin Isin and Michael Saward, 1–18. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Myer Siemiatycki. 1998. ‘Immigration, Diversity and Urban Citizenship in Toronto’. Canadian Journal of Regional Science 20 (1 & 2): 73–102. [PDF].
———. 2002. ‘Making Space for Mosques: Claiming Urban Citizenship’. In Race, Space and the Law: The Making of a White Settler Society, edited by Sherene Razack, 185–209. Toronto: Between the Lines. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Bryan S. Turner, eds. 2002. Handbook of Citizenship Studies. London: Sage. [PDF].
———. 2007. ‘Investigating Citizenship: An Agenda for Citizenship Studies’. Citizenship Studies 11 (1): 5–17. [PDF].
———. 2010. ‘Citizenship, Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights’. In The Routledge Companion to Social Theory, edited by Anthony Elliott, 173–87. London: Routledge. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Ebru Üstündağ. 2008. ‘Wills, Deeds, Acts: Women’s Civic Gift-Giving in Ottoman Istanbul’. Gender, Place and Culture 15 (5): 519–32. [PDF].
Isin, Engin, and Patricia K. Wood. 1999. Citizenship and Identity. London: Sage. [PDF].

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