Date: 16 May 2022
Yasemin Soysal is research professor of the Global Sociology research program at the WZB and leading research member of the SCRIPTS Cluster of Excellence. Her research brings global and sociological–institutional perspectives into the investigation of the historical development and current reconfigurations of nation-state and citizenship. She is currently engaged in the theoretical and empirical investigation of the rise of the transnationally standardized script of agentic, meritocratic citizenship and its comparative scope, implementation, and contradictions.
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