Citizens of Nowhere: Nationalism, citizenship and the problem of statelessness

Nick Schenk


Nick Schenk is a third year PhD student and part of the Global Ethics and Political Theory research cluster in the Department of History, Politics and International  Relations. His thesis provides a philosophical defence of the notion that persons have  a moral right to citizenship, and the implications of this for how we think about justice worldwide. Nick holds a bachelor’s degree in Geography and studied a master’s degree in International Relations. His research interests are primarily in global justice and the ethics of citizenship and migration. These interests stem from practical work helping asylum seekers and refugees, as well as a longstanding commitment to understanding major issues that humanity face.

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