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Abu-Laban, Y. & Couture C. (forthcoming June 2010). Multiple Minorities and Deceptive Dichotomies: The Theoretical and Political Implications of the Struggle for a Public French Education System in Alberta. TheCanadian Journal of Political Science, 43(2).

Zureik, E., Lyon D. & Abu-Laban Y.(Eds.) (forthcoming 2010). Surveillance and Control in Israel/Palestine: Population, Territory and Power. London: Routledge.

Abu-Laban, Y.& Bakan A. (forthcoming 2010). The ‘Israelization’ of Social Sorting and the ‘Palestinianization’ of the Racial Contract: Reframing Israel/Palestine and the War on Terror. In Zureik, E., Lyon, D. & Abu-Laban, Y. (Eds.), Surveillance and Control in Israel/Palestine: Population, Territory and Power. London: Routledge.

Abu-Laban, Y. (forthcoming 2010). Multiculturalism: The Case of Canada. Nuntium (Journal of the Catholic Pontifical Lateran University, Rome).

Choudhry, S. (forthcoming). Managing Linguistic Nationalism through Constitutional Design: Lessons from South Asia. International Journal of Constitutional Law.

Choudhry, S. (forthcoming). Not a New Constitutional Court: The Canadian Charter, the Supreme Court and Quebec Nationalism. In Adriano Olivetti Foundation Working Papers.

Gagnon, A.G. (forthcoming). Citizenship, Federalism and Nationalism Under Scrutiny: Moving toward Multinational Identity. In Klafter, C. (Ed.), The Future of National Identity.Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Keating, M. & Bray, Z. (forthcoming). European Integration and the Basque Country in France and Spain. In McGarry, J. and O’Leary, B. (Eds.), Divided Nations and European Integration. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Keating, M. (forthcoming). Territorial Autonomy in Nationally Divided Societies. The Experience of the United Kingdom, Spain, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In McGarry, J. & Simeon, R. (Eds.), Assessing Territorial Pluralism.

Kingsbury, B. & Straumann, B. (forthcoming). State of Nature versus Commercial Sociability as the Basis of International Law. In Besson, S. & Tasioulas, J. (Eds.) The Philosophy of International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Knop, K. (forthcoming). Law Without Its State. In Sarat, A., Douglas, L. & Umphrey, M. M. (Eds.), Law Without Nations. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Knop, K. (forthcoming). Statehood – Territory, People, Government. In Crawford, J. & Koskenniemi, M. (Eds.).The Cambridge Companion to International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Knop, K. (forthcoming). International Law in Domestic Courts: A Conflict of Laws Approach. American Society of International Law Proceedings, 103.

Knop, K. (forthcoming). The Tokyo Women’s Tribunal and the Turn to Fiction. In Fleur, J., Richard, J & Pahuja, S. (Eds.). Events: The Force of International Law. London: Routledge.

Kymlicka, W. (forthcoming). Multiculturalism new and old. In Pfoestl, E. (Ed.) Towards a new Multiculturalism.Rome: Istituo di Studi Politici S. Pio V.

Kymlicka, W. (forthcoming). Transitional Justice, Federalism and the Accommodation of Minority Nationalism. In Arthur, P. (Ed.)Identities in Transition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kymlicka, W. (forthcoming). The Rise and Fall of Multiculturalism? New Debates on Inclusion and Accommodation in Diverse Societies.International Social Science Journal.

Kymlicka, W. (forthcoming 2010). Minority Rights in Political Philosophy and International Law. In Besson, S. & Tasioulas, J. (Eds.) The Philosophy of International Law.Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kymlicka, W. (forthcoming 2010). Liberal Multiculturalism and Human Rights. In Requejo, F. & Caminal, M. (Eds.) Political Liberalism and Multinational Democracies. London: Routledge.

Laliberté, A. (forthcoming 2010). Le monopole d'État du rite en Chine et en Asie de l'Est contemporaines. In Crépeau, R. & Lefebvre, S. (Eds).Les religions sur la scène mondiale.Montréal: Presses de l'Université de Laval.

Last, D. (forthcoming). Evolution of Policing and Security: What it Means for Diverse Security Sectors, forthcoming with proceedings of the EDG-sponsored conference, Defending Democracy.

Leuprecht, C. (forthcoming). Building on and Accommodating Diversity: Analytical Summary. In Blindenbacher, P. & Chattopadhyay, R. (Eds.). Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Federalism. Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press and Forum of Federations.

Leuprecht, C., (Ed.) (forthcoming).Defending Democracy: Accommodating Diversity in the Armed Forces and the Security Sector.Montreal and Kingston : McGill-Queen's University Press.

Leuprecht, C.(forthcoming). Le Québec et les Québécois : Destin démographique d'une société (de plus en plus) distincte. In Roussel, S., Macleod, M. & Paquin, S. (Eds.)La société québécoise face aux enjeux de défense du Canada. Montréal: Athena Èditions.

Leuprecht, C. (forthcoming). Security during nationalist conflicts: Appease or Deter? Demographic constraints of credible commitments and bargains. In Toft, M.D., Goldstone, J. & Kaufmann, E. (Eds.). Political Demography: Interests, Conflict, and Institutions.New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Leuprecht, C. (forthcoming). The demographic Wild Card: Migration and its impact on internecine conflict. Environmental Change and Security Program Report.

Leuprecht, C. (forthcoming 2010). Appease or Deter? The demographic structure of ethno-nationalist conflict. In Duffy Toft, M., Goldstone, J. & Kaufmann E. (Eds.) Political Demography: Interests, Conflict and Institutions. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

McGarry, J. (forthcoming). Ethnic Domination in Democracies. In Weller, M. (Ed.) The Political Participation of Minorities: 10 Years after the Lund Recommendations.Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McGarry, J. & O’Leary, B. (forthcoming). Territorial Approaches to Ethnic Conflict Settlement. In Cordell, K. & Wolff S. (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook on Ethnic Conflict.London: Routledge.

McGarry, J. (forthcoming). Asymmetric autonomy in the United Kingdom. In Weller, M. (Ed.) Asymmetric Autonomy as a Method of Ethnic Conflict Settlement. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

McGarry, J. & O’Leary, B. (forthcoming).Consociation and Self-determination Disputes: The evidence from Northern Island and Other Recent Cases. In O’Neill, S. & Breen, K. (Eds.) After the Nation?London: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Modood, T. (forthcoming). Muslims and the Politics of Difference. In Hopkins, P. & Gale, R. (Eds.). Muslims in Britain: Race, Place and Identities.Edinburgh University Press.

Modood, T.(forthcoming). Religious Equality and Secularism in Britain. In Higgins, M., Smith, C. & Storey, J. (Eds.). Cambridge Companion to Modern British Culture.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nootens, G.(forthcoming 2010). Nations, Sovereignty and Democratic Legitimacy: On the Boundaries of Political Communities. In Breen, K. &O’Neill, S. (Eds.) After the Nation? Critical Reflections on Post-Nationalism.London: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Nootens, G. (forthcoming 2010). Penser la diversité: entre monism et dualism. In Gagnon, B. (Ed.) La diversité québécoise en débat, Bouchard, Taylor et les autres.Montréal: Québec Amérique.

Seymour, M. (forthcoming). On Postnational Identity. In Requejo, F. (Ed.). Liberal Democracies and National Pluralism.Barcelona: Institut d'Estudis Autonomics.

Shachar, A.(forthcoming 2010). Entangled: State, Religion, and the Family. Ahdar R. & Aroney, N. (Eds.). Shari’a in the West. Oxford University Press.

Shachar, A. (forthcoming 2010). Family Matters: Is there Room for 'Culture' in the Courtroom. In Waldron, J., Kymlicka, W. & Lernestedt, C. (Eds.). Criminal Law and Cultural Diversity. Oxford University Press.

Shachar, A.(forthcoming 2010). Multiculturalism. In Claeys. G. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Modern Political Thought. Sage/CQ Press.

Shachar, A. (forthcoming 2011). Citizenship. Sajo, A. & Rosenfeld, A. (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law.Oxford University Press.

Shachar, A. (forthcoming 2011). Too Religious to Become a Citizen?. In Holder, C. & Reidy, D. (Eds.). Human Rights: The Hard Questions.Cambridge University Press.

Shachar A.(forthcoming 2011). Earned Citizenship: Property Lessons for Immigration Reform. Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, 22.

Simeon, R.,Murray C., & Handley A. (forthcoming). Learning to Win, Learning to Lose: Opposition in the New South Africa. In Wong, J. & Friedman, E. (Eds.). Political Transitions in Dominant Party Systems: Learning to Lose.London: Routledge.

Simeon, R.and Murray, C. (forthcoming). Reforming multilevel government in South Africa. Canadian Journal of African Studies.

Cameron, D. andR. Simeon(Eds.) (forthcoming).Language Matters: Pathways to Accommodation in Canadian Voluntary Associations. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Triadafilopoulos, P.(forthcoming). Rethinking the Origins of the Points System. In Kreisenbrink, A. & Bendel, P. (Eds.). Kanada und Deutschland - Der Umgang mit Migration und Integration im Vergleich. Nuremberg: Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge.

Triadafilopoulos, P. (forthcoming). Greeks in Albania. In Danspeckgruber, W.F. (Ed.). Princeton Encyclopedia of Self-determination.Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Triadafilopoulos, P. (forthcoming 2011). Illiberal Means to Liberal Ends? Understanding Recent Immigrant Integration Policies in Europe. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(6).

Triadafilopoulos, P., Adamson, F. & Zolberg, A. (forthcoming 2011). The Limits of the Liberal State: Migration, Identity and Belonging in Europe. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(6)

Triadafilopoulos, P. (forthcoming 2010). Becoming Multicultural: Immigration and the Transformation of Citizenship in Canada and Germany.University of British Columbia Press.

Triadafilopoulos, P. (forthcoming 2010). The Limits of Deliberation: Institutions and American Immigration Policy.Society, 47(3).

Winter, E. (forthcoming). Multicultural Nation. Collective Identity Formation in Diverse Societies, Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

Winter, E.(forthcoming). Immigrants Don’t Ask for Self-government: How Multiculturalism is (De)legitimized in Multi-national Societies. Ethnopolitics.

Winter, E.(forthcoming). Ni Communauté, ni Société: penser la Société Pluraliste au- delà des binaires.Swiss Journal of Sociology, 36(3).

Winter, E. (forthcoming 2010). Multiculturalism in Divided Societies: Canada, Germany and the Netherlands. In Drakulic, S. & Harrison, T. (Eds.) Beyond Orthodoxy: New Directions in the Study of Nationalism. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Winter, E. (forthcoming 2010). Une sociologie sans ‘societé’: pour une interpretation wébérienne du social. In Sénéchal, Y., Roberge J. & Vibert, S. (Eds.) Après la fin de la sociéte? Montreal: Athenas.

Zahar, M. J., Brynen, R., Moore, P. W. & Salloukh, B. F. (forthcoming 2011). Political Liberalization and Democratization in the Arab World: Authoritarian Persistence and Reform. Boulder: Lynne Rienner.

Zahar, M. J. & Clark, J. A. (forthcoming).Civil Society, Democratization and Peacebuilding in Lebanon. Perspectives on Politics.

Zahar, M. J. (forthcoming). Handling Spoilers: External Actors, Mediation and the Prospect of Violence. In Zartmann, W. & Anstey, M. (Eds.) External Efforts to Promote Negotiation and Prevent Genocide in Internal Identity Conflicts.

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