Anna Korteweg
Anna Korteweg
Professor, Sociology, University of Toronto
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Citizenship and immigration: Multiculturalism, assimilation, and challenges to the nation-state
I Bloemraad, A Korteweg, G Yurdakul
Annual review of sociology 34, 2008
Women's movements in the third world: Identity, mobilization, and autonomy
R Ray, AC Korteweg
Annual Review of Sociology 25 (1), 47-71, 1999
Islam, gender, and immigrant integration: Boundary drawing in discourses on honour killing in the Netherlands and Germany
A Korteweg, G Yurdakul
Ethnic and Racial Studies 32 (2), 218-238, 2009
The Sharia debate in Ontario: Gender, Islam, and representations of Muslim women's agency
AC Korteweg
Gender & society 22 (4), 434-454, 2008
Welfare reform and the subject of the working mother:“Get a job, a better job, then a career”
AC Korteweg
Theory and society 32 (4), 445-480, 2003
The headscarf debates: Conflicts of national belonging
AC Korteweg, G Yurdakul
Stanford University Press, 2014
The construction of gendered citizenship at the welfare office: An ethnographic comparison of welfare-to-work workshops in the United States and the Netherlands
AC Korteweg
Social Politics 13 (3), 314-340, 2006
Gender equality and immigrant integration: Honor killing and forced marriage debates in the Netherlands, Germany, and Britain
G Yurdakul, AC Korteweg
Women's studies international forum 41, 204-214, 2013
Religion, culture and the politicization of honour-related violence
AC Korteweg, G Yurdakul
A Critical Analysis of Media and Policy Debates in Western Europe and North …, 2010
Debating Sharia: Islam, gender politics, and family law arbitration
AC Korteweg, JA Selby
University of Toronto Press, 2012
The failures of ‘immigrant integration’: The gendered racialized production of non-belonging
AC Korteweg
Migration Studies 5 (3), 428-444, 2017
Understanding honour killing and honour-related violence in the immigration context: Implications for the legal profession and beyond
AC Korteweg
Canadian Criminal Law Review 16 (2), 135, 2012
Gender, religion, and ethnicity: Intersections and boundaries in immigrant integration policy making
AC Korteweg, T Triadafilopoulos
Social Politics 20 (1), 109-136, 2013
Is multiculturalism dead? Groups, governments and the ‘real work of integration’
AC Korteweg, T Triadafilopoulos
Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (5), 663-680, 2015
The compassion gap in American poverty policy
F Block, AC Korteweg, K Woodward, Z Schiller, I Mazid
Contexts 5 (2), 14-20, 2006
The Murder of Theo van Gogh: Gender, religion, and the struggle over immigrant integration in the Netherlands
AC Korteweg
Migration, citizenship, ethnos, 147-166, 2006
Articulating minority nationhood: cultural and political dimensions in Q uébec's reasonable accommodation debate
E Laxer, RD Carson, AC Korteweg
Nations and Nationalism 20 (1), 133-153, 2014
De moord op Theo van Gogh: Gender, religie en de strijd over de integratie van migranten in Nederland
AC Korteweg
Migrantenstudies 21 (4), 205-223, 2005
‘honour Killing’in the Immigration Context: Multiculturalism and the Racialization of Violence against Women
AC Korteweg
Politikon 41 (2), 183-208, 2014
The politics of subject formation: welfare-reliant women’s response to welfare reform in the United States and the Netherlands
AC Korteweg, G Marston, C McDonald
Analysing social policy: a governmental approach, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar …, 2006
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