Recent journal articles and book chapters by Fellows of the Centre
Banting, K., & Mcewen, N. (2017). Inequality, Redistribution and Decentralization in Canada and the United Kingdom. Constitutional Politics and the Territorial Question in Canada and the United Kingdom, 105-133. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58074-6_5
Soroka, S., Wright, M., Johnston, R., Citrin, J., Banting, K., & Kymlicka, W. (2017). Ethnoreligious Identity, Immigration, and Redistribution. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 4(03), 173-182. doi:10.1017/xps.2017.13
Banting, Keith, Stuart Soroka, Richard Johnston, Anthony Kevins, and Will Kymlicka (2016) “Migration and welfare state spending” European Political Science Review 8(2): 173-194.
Banting, Keith and John Myles (2016) “Framing the New Inequality: the Politics of Income Redistribution in Canada” In David Green, Craig Riddell and France St.-Hilaire, eds. Income Inequality: The Canadian Story (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy): 509-536.
Banting, Keith (2015) “Migration, Diversity and the Welfare State”, entry in Frank D. Bean and Susan K. Brown, eds., Encyclopedia of Migration (Amsterdam: Springer ): 1-8.
Banting, Keith and Stuart Soroka (2011) "Minority nationalism and immigrant integration in Canada" in Nations and Nationalism , vol.18 no.1
Banting, Keith with Richard Johnston, Will Kymlicka and Stuart Soroka (2011) "Are Diversity and Solidarity Incompatible: Canada in Comparative Context", in Inroads, #28 pp. 36-48.
Banting, Keith (2010) "Is There a Progressive’s Dilemma in Canada? Immigration, Multiculturalism and the Welfare State" in Canadian Journal of Political Science 43(4) pp. 797- 820.
Banting, Keith and Will Kymlicka (2010) "Canadian Multiculturalism: Global Anxieties and Local Debates" in the British Journal of Canadian Studies 23(1) pp. 43-72.
Banting, Keith (2008) "The Models of Our Mind: Conceptions of Social Integration and Immigrant Integration" in Expert Roundtable on Canada’s Experience with Pluralism (Ottawa: Global Centre for Pluralism)
Brock, Kathy. (2018). “Government and Community Relations,” in Keith Seel, ed. The Management of Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations in Canada, 4th edition, Markham, ON: LexisNexis, 211-248.
Migone, Andrea and Kathy Brock. (2017) “Academic research and engagement with the Canadian public service: Insights from three surveys,” Canadian Public Administration 60:3, 369-396.
Brock, Kathy with John L. Nater. (2017) “Ethics in the Public Sector: From Compliance to Values or Compliance and Values?” in Chris Dunn ed., Canadian Public Administration. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Chouinard, Stephanie. (2017) “Stateless Nations in a World of Nation States”, in: Karl Cordell and Stefan Wolff (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Ethnic Conflict, 2nd ed., London: Routledge, 54-66.
Book review: Frédéric Bérard, Charte et droits linguistiques. Pour en finir avec les mythes, Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal. Francophonies d’Amérique, no. 42-43, 173-176.
Book review: Robert Schertzer, The Judicial Role in a Diverse Federation. Lessons from the Supreme Court of Canada, Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Linguistic Minorities and Society, no. 9, 294-296.
Csergo, Zsuzsa and Ada-Charlotte Regelmann. (2017) “Europeanization and the Emergence of Collective Rationality among Minority Voters in Central and Eastern Europe.” Problems of Post-Communism 64 (5): 295-310.
Csergo, Zsuzsa, Ognen Vangelov and Balazs Vizi. (2017) "Europeanization and Minority Inclusion in Central and Eastern Europe.” Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics 3(4): 5-16.
Csergő, Zsuzsa, Philippe Roseberry, and Stefan Wolff. (2017) “Institutional Outcomes of Territorial Contestation: Lessons from Post-Communist Europe” published in Publius: The Journal of Federalism 47.4: 491-521.
Csergo, Zsuzsa. Commentary on "Ethnic Stuggle, Coexistence, and Democratization in Eastern Europe,” as part of a book symposium about Sherrill Stroschein’s book by this title (Cambridge UP, 2012), Nationalities Papers 43: 4 (2015): 634-51.Colin Farrelly
Csergo, Zsuzsa (2017) “Virtue Epistemology and the Democratic Life” in The Oxford Handbook to Virtue (edited by Cynthia Snow). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Csergo, Zsuzsa and Kevin Deegan-Krause (2011) “Liberalism and Cultural Claims in Central and Eastern Europe: Toward a Pluralist Balance,” in Nations and Nationalism , vol.17 no.1
Csergo, Zsuzsa (2008) "Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Expansion of Democracy" in Sharon L. Wolchik and Jane K. Curry, eds., Central and East European Politics: From Communism to Democracy. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield. 87-111.
Csergo, Zsuzsa (2008) "Do We Need a Language Shift in the Study of Nationalism and Ethnicity? Reflections on Roger Brubaker's Critical Scholarly Agenda: review essay" Nations and Nationalism, Vol. 14, No. 2: 393-398.
Adrien N. Djomo, J. Andrew Grant, L. Celestine Fonyikeh-Bomboh, Julie T. Gagoe, Noël H. Fonton, Neal A. Scott, and Denis J. Sonwa. (2018) “Forest Governance and REDD+ in Central Africa: Towards a Participatory Model to Increase Stakeholder Involvement in Carbon Markets.” International Journal of Environmental S(tudies 75:2, 251-266.
J. Andrew Grant. (2017) “The Kimberley Process on Conflict Diamonds, New Regionalisms, and the Dynamics of (Re/De)Territorialization." In Ulf Engel, Heidrun Zinecker, Frank Mattheis, Antje Dietze and Thoman Plotze, ed. The New Politics of Regionalism: Perspectives from Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. London: Routledge, 146-158.
Haglund, David . (2017) “‘Strategic Culture’ on the Road to (and from) Fulton: Institutionalism, Emotionalism, and the Anglo-American Special Relationship,” in Churchill and the Anglo-American Special Relationship, ed. Alan P. Dobson and Steve Mars. London: Routledge. pp. 19-42.
Haglund, David. (2017) “What’s in a Name? Walls, Immigrants, Ethnicity, and the Issue of US-Transatlantic Relations,” in US Foreign Policy in a Challenging World: Building Order on Shifting Foundations, ed. Marco Clementi, Matteo Dian, and Barbara Pisciotta. New York: Springer. pp. 125-44.
Haglund, David and Justin Massie. (2016) “Southern (Over) Exposure? Quebec and the Evolution of Canada’s Grand Strategy, 2002–2012,” American Review of Canadian Studies 46 (June): 233-53.
Haglund, David and Jonathan Lu. (2015) “Jefferson in Montreal: The Unusual Intervention of a Long-Deceased American President into the Debate over Québec's Charter of Values,” Québec Studies 60(Fall/Winter): 105-24.
Haglund, David and Justin Massie. (2014) “Un poids décisif? L’influence du Québec sur les interventions militaires canadiennes,” Globe - Revue Internationale d’Études Québécoises 17(2): 173-206.
Haglund, David and Dru Lauzon. (2014) “‘Homegrowns’ in North America: The Changing Face of Radical Islamism, and Its Implications for Canada–United States Relations,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 20(September): 305-19.
Haglund, David. (2013) “Ethnic Diasporas and US Foreign Policy,” in Rick Valelly, ed. Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science, (New York: Oxford University Press), available at www.oxfordbibliographies.com.
Haglund, David. (2013) “Is There a ‘Strategic Culture’ of the Special Relationship? Contingency, Identity, and the Transformation of Anglo-American Relations,” in Alan Dobson and Steve Marsh, eds. Contemporary Anglo-American Relations: A “Special Relationship”? (London: Routledge): 26-51.
Haklai, Oded (2009) "State Mutability and Ethnic Civil Society: The Palestinian Arab Minority in Israel," Ethnic and Racial Studies Volume 32, Issue 5, pp. 864 - 882.
Haklai, Oded (2009) “Authoritarianism and Islamic Movements in the Middle East: Research and Theory-Building in the Twenty-First Century,” International Studies Review11: 1 pp. 27-45.
Haklai, Oded and Eric Kaufmann (2008) "Dominant Ethnicity: From Minority to Majority,"Nations and Nationalism, Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 743-767.
Haklai, Oded (2008) "Helping the Enemy? Why Transnational Jewish Philanthropic Foundations Donate to Palestinian NGOs in Israel," Nations and Nationalism, Vol. 14, No. 3.
Haklai, Oded (2007) "Religious-Nationalist Mobilization and State Penetration: Lessons from Jewish Settlers' Activism in Israel and the West Bank" Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 40, No. 6: 713-739.
Haklai, Oded (2007) “The Mobilization of Palestinian NGOs in Israel and Ethnonationalism,” in Santap Sanhari Mishra ed., NGOs for Socioeconomic Development(Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press) pp. 296-308.
Kymlicka, Will. (2018) “Liberal Multiculturalism as a Political Theory of State-Minority Relations”, Political Theory, 46/1: 81-91 (invited commentary for symposium on Alan Patten’s Equal Recognition).
Kymlicka, Will. (2018) “Connecting Domination Contracts”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Volume 41/3: 532-40 (part of review symposium on Charles Mills’ Black Rights/White Wrongs: The Critique of Racial Liberalism).
Kymlicka, Will. (2018) “Minority Rights”, in Chris Brown and Robyn Eckersley (eds) Oxford Handbook of International Political Theory. Oxford University Press, pp. 166-78.
Kymlicka, Will. (2018) “Linking Self-Determination and Human Rights: Comment on Peter Jones” in Adam Etinson (ed) Human Rights: Moral or Political? Oxford University Press, 460-468.
Kymlicka, Will. (2018) “Metics, Members and Citizens”, in Rainer Bauböck (ed) Democratic Inclusion: Rainer Bauböck in Dialogue. Manchester University Press, 160-82. (co-authored with Sue Donaldson). [One of six invited commentaries on Bauböck’s lead essay].
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Ethnoreligious Identity, Immigration and Redistribution”, Journal of Experimental Political Science, Volume 4/3: 173-182. (co-authored with Stuart Soroka, Matthew Wright, Richard Johnston, Jack Citrin and Keith Banting).
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Social Membership: Animal Law beyond the Property/Personhood Impasse”, Dalhousie Law Journal, Vol. 40, 123-155.
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Multiculturalism without Citizenship?” in Anna Triandafyllidou (ed) Multicultural Governance in a Mobile World. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 139-161.
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Afterword: Realigning Multiculturalism and Animal Rights” in Luis Cordeiro-Rodrigues and Les Mitchell (eds) Animals, Race, and Multiculturalism. Palgrave, pp.295-304.
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Inclusive Citizenship beyond the Capacity Contract”, in Ayelet Shachar, Irene Bloemraad, Maarten Vink and Rainer Bauböck (eds) Oxford Handbook of Citizenship. Oxford University Press, pp. 838-859 (co-authored with Sue Donaldson).
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Foreword: Citizenship Education: From Multicultural to Cosmopolitan?” in James Banks (ed) Citizenship Education and Global Migration: Implications for Theory, Research, and Teaching (American Educational Research Association, Washington, 2017), xi-xvii.
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Introduction: The Political Sources of Solidarity in Diverse Societies” in Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka (eds) The Strains of Commitment: The Political Sources of Solidarity in Diverse Societies. Oxford University Press,1-58 (co-authored with Keith Banting).
Kymlicka, Will. (2017) “Animals in Political Theory” in Linda Kalof (ed) Oxford Handbook of Animal Studies. Oxford University Press, 43-64. [co-authored with Sue Donaldson].
Kymlicka, Will (2016) “Defending Diversity in an Era of Populism: Multiculturalism and Interculturalism Compared” in Nasar Meer, Tariq Modood and Ricard Zapata-Barrero (eds) Multiculturalism and Interculturalism: Debating the Dividing Lines (Edinburgh University Press), pp. 158-77.
Kymlicka, Will (2016) “Misinterpeting Multiculturalism” in Michael Böss, ed. Bringing Culture Back In: Human Security and Social Trust (Aarhus University Press), pp. 70-87.
Kymlicka, Will (2015) “Solidarity in Diverse Societies: Beyond Neoliberal Multiculturalism and Welfare Chauvinism” in Comparative Migration Studies 3(1): 1-19.
Kymlicka, Will (2015) “The Three Lives of Multiculturalism” in Shibao Guo and Lloyd Wong, eds. Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies, and Debates (Sense Publishers, Rotterdam): 17-35.
Kymlicka Will and Eva Pföstl (2015) “Minority Politics in the Middle East and North Africa: The Prospects for Transformative Change” in Ethnic and Racial Studies (38)14: 2489-2498.
Kymlicka, Will (2015) “The Essentialist Critique of Multiculturalism: Theory, Policies and Ethos”, in Varun Uberoi and Tariq Modood (eds) Multiculturalism Rethought: Interpretations, Dilemmas and New Directions (Edinburgh University Press, 2015), pp. 209-49.
Kymlicka, Will (2013) “Neoliberal Multiculturalism?” in Peter A. Hall and Michèle Lamont, eds. Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era (Cambridge University Press): 99-125.
Kymlicka, Will (2011) "Ethnocultural Minority Groups, Status and Treatment of", in Ruth Chadwick (ed). Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Second Edition, volume 2. (San Diego: Academic Press; 2012), pp. 178–88.
Kymlicka, Will (2011) "Beyond the Indigenous/Minority Dichotomy?", in Stephen Allen and Alexandra Xanthaki (eds.) Reflections on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2011) pp. 183-208.
Kymlicka, Will (2011) "Multicultural citizenship within multination states", Ethnicities, Volume 11/3, 2011: 281-302
Kymlicka, Will (2011) "Multiculturalism in Normative Theory and Social Science", Ethnicities, Vol. 11/1 (2011): 5-11.
Kymlicka, Will (2010) "Ethnic, Linguistic and Multicultural Diversity in Canada", in John Courtney and David Smith (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Canadian Politics (Oxford University Press) pp. 301-20.
Kymlicka, Will (2010) "Minority Rights in Political Philosophy and International Law," in Samantha Besson and John Tasioulas, eds., The Philosophy of International Law . Oxford University Press.
Kymlicka, Will (2009) "The Multicultural Welfare State?" in Peter A. Hall and Michele Lamont (eds.) Successful Societies: How Institutions and Culture Affect Health (Cambridge University Press), pp. 226-253.
Kymlicka, Will (2008) "The Internationalization of Minority Rights," International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 6, No. 1: 1-32.
Kymlicka, Will (2007) "National Cultural Autonomy and International Minority Rights Norms" in Ethnopolitics, Vol. 6, No. 3: 379-393.
Berman, Bruce J. and Stephen J. Larin. “Introduction: The Moral Economies of Ethnic and Nationalist Claims,” 3-22.
Laliberté, André and Stephen J. Larin “Conclusion: Moral Economy and the Analysis of Ethnic and Nationalist Politics,” 236-253.
Lister, Andrew (2017). "The Coherence of Public Reason," Journal of Moral Philosophy, (Accepted for publication).
John McGarry, ‘Centripetalism, Consociationalism and Cyprus: the "Adoptability" Question’, Political Studies, 6, 2, 2017: 512-29.Neo Loizides and John McGarry. 2018. “The 2002-04 Annan Plan in Cyprus: An Attempted UN-Mediated Constitutional Transition” in G. Anderson and S. Choudry eds., Territorial Cleavages and Constitutional Transitions. Oxford. Oxford University Press. In press.
John McGarry, “Conclusion: What Explains the Performance of Power-Sharing Settlements?”, in Allison McCulloch and John McGarry eds., Power-Sharing: Empirical and Normative Challenges (London: Routledge, 2017, 268-927).
John McGarry, “Centripetalism, Consociationalism and Cyprus: The "Adoptability" Question”, in Allison McCulloch and John McGarry eds., Power-Sharing: Empirical and Normative Challenges (London: Routledge, 2017, 16-35).
John McGarry and Brendan O’Leary, “Power-Sharing Executives: Consociational and Centripetal Formulae and the Case of Northern Ireland", in Allison McCulloch and John McGarry eds., Power-Sharing: Empirical and Normative Challenges (London: Routledge, 2017, 63-86).
McGarry, J. & O’Leary, B. (2011) "Territorial Approaches to Ethnic Conflict Settlement" in Cordell, K. & Wolff S. (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook on Ethnic Conflict. (London: Routledge).
McGarry, J. & O’Leary, B. (2010) "Consociation and Self-determination Disputes: The evidence from Northern Island and Other Recent Cases" in O’Neill, S. & Breen, K. (Eds.) After the Nation: Critical Reflections on Post-Nationalism (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
McGarry, J. (2010). "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. (2010) "Ethnic Domination in Democracies" in Weller, M. (Ed.) The Political Participation of Minorities: 10 Years after the Lund Recommendations. (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
McGarry, John and Brendan O'Leary (2007) "Iraq's Constitution of 2005: Liberal Consociation as Political Prescription" in International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 5, No. 4: 1-29.
McGarry, John and Brendan O'Leary (2007) "Federations and Managing Nations," in M. Burgess and J. Pinter, eds., Multinational Federations. London: Routledge.180-211.
McGarry, John (2007) "Liberal Consociation and Conflict Management," in Ben Rowswell, David Malone and Markus Bouillon, eds., Iraq: Preventing Another Generation of Conflict. Boulder CO: Lynne Rienner Press. 169-188.
McGarry, John (2007) "Asymmetry in Federations, Federacies and Unitary States," Ethnopolitics, Vol. 6, No. 1: 105-16.
McGarry, John (2007) "Asymmetrical Autonomy and Conflict Regulation: A Response to Adeney, Conversi, Hechter, and Rezvani," Ethnopolitics, Vol. 6, No. 1: 133-36.
“Introduction” and “Reply to My Critics” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (symposium on my book). Vol. 21, no. 1 (2018). Currently on Early View.
“Legitimate Expectations and Land”, International Journal of Moral and Political Philosophy, –special issue on legitimate expectations. vol. 4/2 (2017), 229-255.
Moore, M. (2017). Our debt to Walker Connor: Reflections from political theory. Nationalities Papers, 45(5), 734-738. doi:10.1080/00905992.2017.1350944
Moore, Margaret (2012) "Natural Resources, Territorial Right, and Global Distributive Justice" in Political Theory 40(1) pp. 84-107.
Lenard, Patti Tamara and Margaret R. Moore (2009) "Ineliminable tension: a reply to Abizadeh and Gilabert’s ‘Is there a genuine tension between cosmopolitan egalitarianism and special responsibilities?’" in Philosophical Studies 146(3) pp. 399- 405.
Moore, Margaret (2009) "Liberalism, Communitarianism, and the Politics of Identity" in Thomas Christiano, John Christman (eds.) Contemporary Debates in Political Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing).
Cormier, A., & Sypnowich, C. (2017). Introduction. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy,21(3), 279-283. doi:10.1080/13698230.2017.1398447
Sypnowich, C. (2017). Flourishing children, flourishing adults: Families, equality and the neutralism-perfectionism debate. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 21(3), 314-332. doi:10.1080/13698230.2017.1398477
Sypnowich, Christine (2017) ‘Begging,’ in The Egalitarian Conscience, transl into Spanish, Unidiversidad, 6, 26.
Sypnowich, Christine (2017) ‘Introduction’ to The Egalitarian Conscience, transl. into Spanish, Unidiversidad, 6, 26.
Sypnowich, Christine (2017) ‘Gerald A. Cohen’s Egalitarian Conscience,’ transl. into Spanish, Uni Diversidad, 6, 26.
Sypnowich, Christine. (2016) ‘Conservatism, Perfectionism and Equality,’ in D. Bakhurst and P. Fairfield (eds), Education and Conversation: Exploring Oakeshott’s Legacy, Bloomsbury, London.
Sypnowich, Christine (2016) "Bottlenecks to Flourishing and the ‘Road Less Travelled’ in Political Philosophy" in Review Journal of Political Philosophy 12.
Sypnowich, Christine (2014) ‘A New Approach to Equality,’ in Roberto Merrill and Daniel Weinstock, eds. Political Neutrality: A Re-evaluation (London: Palgrave Macmillan).
Sypnowich, Christine (2012) ‘The Left and Wrongs: Marxism, Law and Torts’ in Michael Lobban and Julia Moses, eds. The Impact of Ideas on Legal Development. Vol 7 in Comparative Studies in the Development of the Law onTorts in Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
Sypnowich, Christine (2012) ‘Perfectionists, Egalitarians and Old Fogeys: Sher and Equality,’ Ethical Perspectives, 19(3): 575-89.
Sypnowich, Christine (2012) ‘G.A. Cohen’s Socialism: Scientific but also Utopian,’ Socialist Studies 8(12).
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle and Joy Aoun (forthcoming) “Confessionalism, Consociationalism and Social Cohesion in Lebanon” in Fletcher Cox et Timothy Sisk, directeurs. Religion and Social Cohesion in Conflict Affected Countries, Vol.2: Case Studies. (London: Palgrave-MacMillan).
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle (forthcoming) “The Lebanese Civil War, 1975-1990,” in Joseph Rudolph, ed. The Encyclopedia of Ethnic Conflict in the Twentieth Century (Westport: Greenwood).
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle and Janine Clark (2015) “Critical Junctures and Missed Opportunities: The Case of Lebanon’s Cedar Revolution.” Ethnopolitics 14(1): 1-18.
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle and Michael Brown (2015) “Social Cohesion as Peacebuilding in the Central African Republic and Beyond.” Journal of Peacebuilding and Development 10(3): 10-24.
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle (2013) “A Problem of Trust: Can Federalism Silence the Guns?” In David Cameron, Grace Skogstad, Keith Banting and Martin Papillon, eds. The Global Promise of Federalism (Toronto: University of Toronto Press): 69-98.
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle (2012) “Internal Choice or External Fate? Recasting the Debate on Lebanon’s Vulnerability “ in Elizabeth Picard and Alexander Ramsbotham, eds. Positive Peace for Lebanon: Reconciliation, Reform, and Resilience. Accord 24. (London: Conciliation Resources): 55-56.
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle (2012) “Foreign Interventions, Power Sharing and the Dynamics of Conflict and Coexistence in Lebanon,” in Are Knudsen and Michael Kerr (eds.). Lebanon: After the Cedar Revolution (London: Hurst Publishers).
Zahar, Marie-Joëlle (2012) ‘’Norm Transmission in Peace- and Statebuilding: Lessons from Democracy Promotion in Sudan and Lebanon.’ Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations 18(1) (January-March): 73-88.
Recent journal articles and book chapters by Emerging Scholars of the Centre
2017. Marin I. Beck, Bailey Gerrits, Alexandra Liebich, and Rebecca Wallace (editors). Perspectives on The Politics of Borders and Belonging. Kingston, Canada: Centre for International and Defense Policy, Queen’s University. Martello Paper Series.