Linda S. Bosniak
Rutgers School of Law - Camden
E-mail: bosniak [at] camlaw.rutgers.edu
Linda Bosniak has published extensively on immigration, nationalism, equality, globalization and citizenship in law and legal theory . She is the author of The Citizen and The Alien: Dilemmas of Contemporary Membership (Princeton University Press, 2006). Her articles have appeared journals such as Northwestern University Law Review, New York University Law Review, Theoretical Inquiries In Law, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, and Social Text. She has contributed to numerous volumes of edited essays, and has lectured widely. She was a Law and Public Affairs Fellow and Visiting Professor at Princeton University in 2001-2002. During the 2003-2004 academic year, she served as Acting Director of the Center For the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Scholarship at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, and led the Center's yearlong program on "Citizenship."
The Citizen and the Alien: Dilemmas of Contemporary Membership(Princeton University Press, forthcoming 2006)
"Citizenship, Noncitizenship, and the Transnationalization of Domestic Work" in Citizenship, Borders and Gender: Mobility and Immobility (Seyla Benhabib, Vilishani Coopan and Judith Resnick, eds.., Yale U. Press, forthcoming).
"Citizenship" in Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies (Peter Kane and Mark Tushnet, eds., Oxford University Press, 2003).
"Constitutional Citizenship Through the Prism of Alienage" 63 Ohio State Law Journal 1285 (2002).
"Citizenship and Work" 27 N.C. J. Int'l L.& Com. Reg. 497 (2002).
"A Basic Territorial Distinction" 16 Georg. Imm. L. J. 407 (2002).
"Multiple Nationality and the Postnational Transformation of Citizenship" 42 Virginia J. Int'l L. 979 (2002). Reprinted in Rights and Duties of Dual Nationals: Evolution and Prospects (David A. Martin & Kai Hailbronner, eds.,, forthcoming 2002).
"Critical Reflections on 'Citizenship' As Progressive Aspiration" in Transformative Labour Law in An Era of Globalization (Joanne Conaghan, Richard Michael Fischl and Karl Klare, eds., Oxford University Press, 2002).
"Denationalizing Citizenship" in Citizenship: Comparison and Perspectives ( T.A. Aleinikoff and D. Klusmeyer, eds., Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, 2001).
"Citizenship Denationalized" 7 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 447 (Spring 2000) (lead article, symposium issue).
"Universal Citizenship and the Problem of Alienage" 94 Northwestern Law Review 963 (2000).
"Nativism" in Civil Rights In the United States (Waldo E. Martin & Patricia Sullivan, eds., Macmillan Reference, 2000).
"A National Solidarity? A Response To David Hollinger" in Immigration and American Citizenship in the 21st Century, (Noah Pickus, ed., Rowman and Littlefield, 1998).
"The Citizenship of Aliens" Social Text 56, Vol. 16, No. 3, p. 29 (Fall 1998).
"Opposing Prop. 187: Undocumented Immigrants and The National Imagination" 28 Connecticut Law Review 555 (1996).
"'Nativism' The Concept: Some Reflections" in Immigrants Out! The New Nativism and the
Anti-Immigrant Impulse In the United States (Juan Perea, ed., N.Y.U. Press, 1996).
"Membership, Equality, and The Difference That Alienage Makes" 69 New York University Law Review 1047 (1994).
"Immigrants, Preemption and Equality" 35 Virginia Journal of International Law 179 (1994).
"Immigration Crisis, `Nativism,' and Legitimacy" 88 Am. Soc'y Int'l. L. Proc. 440 (1994).
"State Sovereignty, Human Rights, and the New U.N. Migrant Workers Convention" 86 Am. Soc'y Int'l. L. Proc. 634 (1992).
"Human Rights, State Sovereignty, and the Protection of Undocumented Migrants Under The International Convention For The Protection of The Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families" International Migration Review, Vol. XXV, No. 4 (Winter 1991). Updated and reprinted in Irregular Migration adn Human Rights: Theoretical, European and International Perspectives, Barbara Bogusz, Ryszqard Cholewinski, Adam Cygan and Erika Szyscczak, eds., (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1994).
"Exclusion and Membership: The Dual Identity of the Undocumented Worker Under United States Law" 1988 Wisconsin Law Review 955 (1988), reprinted in 1990 Imm. & Nat. L. Rev. 3 (1990).
Book Review: Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America, Mae M. Ngai (Princeton University Press, 2004), in Journal of International Migration and Integration (forthcoming, 2005).
Book Review: Migration and International Norms,T. Alexander Aleinikoff & Vincent Chetail, eds., (the Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press, 2003), in American Journal of International Law, Vol. 98, January 2004, pp. 30-35.
Book Review: Citizens, Strangers and In-Betweens: Essays on Immigration and Citizenship" by Peter H. Schuck (Westview Publ., 1999), International Migration Review, Volume 105 (forthcoming, 2000).