Engin F. Isin
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Biography <p>Prof Engin Isin holds a Chair in Citizenship and is Professor of Politics in Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, The Open University. He is also a past director (2007-2009) of the<a href="http://www.open.ac.uk/ccig/">Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance</a>(CCIG). Prof Engin Isin joined The Open University in 2007 after fifteen years of teaching and research at York University, Toronto, Canada. He was professor of social science (1993-2001) and Canada Research Chair (2002-2007) in social sciences. He gained his first degree in the Faculty of Architecture at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey (1982) and his PhD in geography at University of Toronto, Canada (1990).</p>
Description <p>Prof Engin Isin holds a Chair in Citizenship and is Professor of Politics in Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, The Open University. He is also a past director (2007-2009) of the<a href="http://www.open.ac.uk/ccig/">Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance</a>(CCIG). Prof Engin Isin joined The Open University in 2007 after fifteen years of teaching and research at York University, Toronto, Canada. He was professor of social science (1993-2001) and Canada Research Chair (2002-2007) in social sciences. He gained his first degree in the Faculty of Architecture at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey (1982) and his PhD in geography at University of Toronto, Canada (1990).</p>
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Research overview <p>Prof Engin Isin has published widely on the politics of citizenship involving various sites, scales and subjects. From<em>Cities Without Citizens</em>(1992) to<em>Being Political</em>(2002) his concern has been to document historically how citizenship has been contested by its&#39;others&#39; (strangers, outsiders, aliens) and how their claims to rights has constituted them as responsible subjects. His book<em>Citizens Without Frontiers</em>elaborating on the themes of his<a href="http://www.oecumene.eu/blog/first-symposium-inaugural-lecture-citizens-without-frontiers" rel="nofollow">Inaugural Lecture</a>was published in 2013. His&nbsp;research projects include<a href="http://www.oecumene.eu/" rel="nofollow">Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism</a>and<a href="http://www.enacting-citizenship.eu/" rel="nofollow">Enacting European Citizenship (ENACT)</a>. His most recent books are<em>Being Digital Citizens</em>(with Evelyn Ruppert, 2015) and<em>Citizenship After Orientalism: Transforming Political Theory</em>(2015).&nbsp;</p><p>Isin, Engin F. 2012.&quot;Citizenship after orientalism: an unfinished project.&quot;<em>Citizenship Studies</em>no. 16 (5-6):563-572. doi: 10.1080/13621025.2012.698480.</p><p>&mdash;&mdash;. 2012.&quot;Citizens without nations.&quot;<em>Environment and Planning D: Society and Space</em>no. 30 (1):450-467. doi: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1068/d19210.</p><p>&mdash;&mdash;. 2011.&quot;Ottoman Waqfs as Acts of Citizenship.&quot; In<em>Held in Trust: Waqf in the Muslim World</em>, edited by Pascale Ghazaleh, 209-229. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.</p><p>Isin, Engin F., and Bryan S. Turner. 2010.&quot;Citizenship, cosmopolitanism and human rights.&quot; In<em>The Routledge companion to social theory</em>, edited by Anthony Elliott, 173-187. London: Routledge.</p><p>Isin, Engin F. 2010.&quot;The Soul of a City: H&uuml;z&uuml;n, Keyif, Longing.&quot; In<em>Istanbul: Cultural Capital of Europe?</em>, edited by Deniz G&ouml;kt&uuml;rk, Levent Soysal and Ipek T&uuml;reli. London: Routledge.</p><p>A repository of research publications and other research outputs can be viewed at The Open University&#39;s<a href="http://oro.open.ac.uk/" title="Open Research Online">Open Research Online</a>.</p>
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