Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Political Science (MA)
Baptist, Najja K.
Second Committee Member
Conge, Patrick J.
Citizenship, Colonialism, Human Rights, National Identity, Reparative Citizenship, State
Human rights and citizenship are strictly tied together. Without citizenship to a country, one cannot have their human rights guaranteed. In the framework of reparative citizenship, and methodology of feminist political philosophy, I search for solutions for the statelessness and citizenship issues in India and Ukraine. I offer an analysis of the differences and similarities between both cases while going through both countries' colonial histories and understanding their impacts on the issues they are facing today.
Rocha, L. (2023). Citizenship and Human Rights: The Path to Reparation. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/5154