The theme of citizenship cuts across the TWGs, as it has evident links with the development of political forms, institutions and law; with power and culture insofar as the citizen’s relations to the state and the community is symbolised and defined by the organisation of space – urban space, monuments, and so forth; religious and philosophical concepts define the citizen or the subject; frontiers are places where citizenships end or are transformed; the ‘world’ is a place where Europe has to an extent exported its ideas about citizenship and with respect to which it must now redefine them.










































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