In recent years, Latin American countries have been at the global forefront of remarkable confrontations, debates, and shifts in the understanding of citizenship. The region has undergone profound transformations in the conceptualization of citizenship and of migration and residency. The frontiers of citizenship have ebbed and flowed with crises of political representation and mounting protest; of multiculturalism and demands of recognition; of labor migration and transnationalism; of struggles around gender, ethnic, and racial issues; and new international articulations and public insecurity. This dossier addresses some of these shifting frontiers of citizenship.
How to Cite:
Roniger, L., (2017). Introduction to the Dossier: Shifting Frontiers of Citizenship in Latin America. Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies. 1(1), pp.1–3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.23870/120