Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, hardcover and ebook. ISBN 978-3-030-52600-9
Editor : Sevil Sümer.
This book proposes the framework of gendered academic citizenship to capture the multidimensional and complex dynamics of power relations and everyday practices in the contemporary context of academic capitalism. The book proposes an innovative definition of academic citizenship as involving three key components: membership, recognition and belonging. Based on new empirical data, it identifies four ideal-types of academic citizenship: full, limited, transitional citizenship and non-citizenship. The different chapters of the book provide comprehensive reviews of the relevant research literature and offer original insights into the patterns of gender inequalities and practices of gendered academic citizenship across and within different national contexts.