Postcolonial, France, Algeria, The Netherlands, Indonesia, Citizenship Dutch East Indies, Identity
Colonial constructions of race in colonial Algeria and the Dutch East Indies became problematized during the process of decolonization, especially regarding issues of citizenship. The Netherlands and France, during the process of decolonization, often denied substantive citizenship to those postcolonial migrants. This paper explores the process of becoming citizens for those migrants, and how those citizenship policies have created distinct postcolonial identities in which postcolonial citizens have a connection to both the former colony and the former metropole.
Harris, Claire, "Postcolonial Citizenship and Identity in the Netherlands and France" (2017). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 50.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Citizenship--France; Citizenship--Netherlands; Postcolonialism--Algeria; Postcolonialism--Indonedia
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