Session I - Introduction
- Yurdakul, Gökce, Korteweg, Anna, Bloemraad, Irene (2008): “Citizenship and Immigration: Assimilation, Multiculturalism and the Challenges to the Nation State” Annual Review of Sociology 34: 153-179.
- Balibar, Étienne (2015): Citizenship, Polity Press.
- Yuval-Davis, Nira, Wemyss, Georgie (2019): Bordering, "Everyday Bordering, Citizenship, and Belonging", Polity Press.
Session II - Sexing Citizenship
- E. F. Isin & B. S. (2002): Sexual citizenship. In Lister, R. Handbook of citizenship studies (pp. 191-208).
- Bell, David (2000):The Sexual Citizen: Queer Politics and Beyond. Cambridge: Polity.
- Richardson, D. (2017). Rethinking Sexual Citizenship. Sociology, 51(2), 208–224.
Session III - Destabilizing Citizenship
- Aren Z. Aizura (2006) Of borders and homes: the imaginary community of (trans)sexual citizenship, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 7:2, 289-309
- Vera Mackie (2001) The Trans-sexual Citizen: Queering Sameness and Difference, Australian Feminist Studies, 16:35, 185-192,
- Biehl, João (2004): The Activist State: Global Pharmaceuticals, AIDS and Citizenship in Brazil. Duke University Press.
- o Guest Presenters: Yener Bayramoglu (Ph.D.): "Violent Sexual Borders in the Time of AIDS in Turkey"
Session IV - Asylum/Refugee Experiences: The Case of LGBTQ Refugees in Europe
- Tschalaer, Mengia (2018): Between queer liberalisms and Muslim masculinities: LGBTQI+ Muslim asylum assessment in Germany.
- o Guest Presenter: ORAM (Organization for Refuge, Asylum, and Migration)
Session V - Sex Tourism, Sex Work, and Migration
- Brennan, Denise (2002): Selling Sex for Visas: Sex Tourism as a Stepping Stone for International Migration.
- Parreñas, Rhacel Salzar (2006): Sex for Sale: Trafficked? Filipino Hostesses in Tokyo’s Nightlife Industry.
- Brennan, Denise (2001): Tourism in Transnational Places: Dominican Sex Workers and German Sex Tourists Imagine One Another. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power.
- Agustín, Laura (2005): Migrants in the Mistress’s House: Other Voices in the ‘Trafficking’ Debate.
Session VI - Homonationalism and Sexual Citizenship
- Puar, Jaspir (2007): Terrorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times.
- Puar, Jaspir (2013): Rethinking Homonationalism.
- Hartal, Gilly, Sasson-Levy, Orna (2016): Being (in) the Center: Sexual Citizenship and Homonationalism at Tel Aviv's Gay-Center.
- o Guest Presenter: Gala Rexer (M.A.): Biopolitical, Ethnic-religious, and Cultural Dimensions of Assisted Reproduction in Israel.
Other Suggested Readings
- Bell, David (1995): Pleasure and Danger: The Paradoxical Spaces of Sexual Citizenship
- Alexander, M. Jacqui (1994): Not Just (Any) Body Can Be a Citizen: The Politics of Law, Sexuality and Post-coloniality in Trinidad and Tobago and the Bahamas.
- Juang, Richard M. (2006): Transgendering the Politics of Recognition. In ed. Stryker, Susan, Whittle, Stephen. The Transgender Studies Reader.