Democratic Inclusion. Rainer Bauböck in Dialogue. Manchester University Press, 2017
A publication dealing with questions on forms of citizenship and access to citizenship, and the rights of non-citizen immigrants as well as non-resident citizens. With arguments and responses by Joseph Carens, David Miller, Iseult Honohan, Will Kymlicka and Sue Donaldson, David Owen and Peter J. Spiro.
Ayelet Shachar, Rainer Bauböck, Irene Bloemraad & Maarten Vink (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship. Oxford University Press, 2017
A revisit of classic citizenship questions combines with current debates, comparative considerations and interdisciplinary perspectives to create a major reference work for scholars and non-academic readers alike.
Rainer Bauböck (ed.), Transnational Citizenship and Migration. London: Routledge, 2017
A collection of classic and newer essays on questions of citizenship, focusing on historical trends, institutional change, shifting boundaries, transnationalism from below, and inter-state relations.
Waldemar Zacharasiewicz and Manfred Prisching (eds.), Return from Exile – Rückkehr aus dem Exil: Exiles, Returnees and Their Impact in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Austria and Central Europe. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2017
An anthology containing an introduction and 27 contributions on the return of exiled scholars and artists from the USA and Great Britain to Austria in the course of the 20th century.
Sievers, W. (Ed.) Grenzüberschreitungen: Ein literatursoziologischer Blick auf die lange Geschichte von Literatur und Migration, 2016
Labels such as 'migrant' and 'migration litertaure' are often rejected by the authors they are used to describe. This volume goes beyond such categories by examining the different ways that migrants enter the literary world and looking at the history of literary migration to Austria (Elias Canetti, Milo Dor, György Sebestyén) and more current authors who have not yet been written about to the same extent (Seher Çakır, Ilir Ferra, Tanja Maljartschuk, Stanislav Struhar). The central questions address how the authors position themselves in their works, the role that publishers, critics and literary prizes play in their positioning, and the impact of their migration biographies and multilingualism have in these processes.