Maas, Jean Monnet Chair and Professor of Political Science, Public & International Affairs, and Socio-Legal Studies at York University, chairs Glendon Political
Science, previously chaired Glendon Faculty Council
for four years, and is also active in professional service, including currently
serving on the executive of the European Community Studies Association Canada and IPSA's Migration and
Citizenship RC and remaining active in APSA's Migration and
Citizenship section, which he co-founded. Professor Maas has held appointments at Yale, NYU,
Leiden, EUI, and elsewhere, heads the Canadian part of the Whole-COMM project, and also co-edits the Oxford Studies in Migration and Citizenship book series. He writes on EU and multilevel citizenship, migration, borders, free movement, and politics focusing on Europe and North America.
Money Matters in Migration (co-ed 2021). Eighteen chapters expose hidden and sometimes contradictory policy objectives, unwanted consequences, and inconsistent regulatory structures of migration, participation, and citizenship.
Years of European Governance (co-ed 2016). Eleven
articles demonstrate the creative and often fragile solutions
found to address the challenges facing Europe by analyzing
transformations in European governance.
Citizenship (ed 2013) disputes the dominant
narrative of citizenship as a homogeneous status bestowed only
by nation-states; it considers overlapping jurisdictions, sub-
or supranational citizenships, and shared governance.
Citizenship and the Free Movement of People (ed
2013) challenges the normal way of thinking about free movement
by identifying barriers and disincentives to free movement,
against citizenship's promise of equality.
Citizens (2007) argues that European integration
involves not only economic cooperation but also a political
project of transcending borders and building a European
community of people.
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- Selected publications:
- "The Netherlands: From Consensus to Contention in a Migration State,"
in Hollifield et al, eds., Controlling Immigration: A Comparative Perspective, Stanford UP, 2022.
- "Cities and the Contentious Politics of Migration" (with Kelsey Norman and Hans Schattle),
introduction to special issue of Globalizations, 2022.
- "The Genesis of European Rights,"
in Kostakopoulou and Thym, eds., Research Handbook on European Union Citizenship Law and Policy, Edward Elgar 2022.
- "European Citizenship in the Ongoing Brexit Process,"
in International Studies, 2021.
- "Money in Internal Migration: Financial Resources and Unequal Citizenship,"
in De Lange, Maas, and Schrauwen, eds.,
Money Matters in Migration, Cambridge UP, 2021.
- "Citizenship, Refugees, and Migration in the European Union,"
in Giugni and Grasso, eds.,
Handbook of Citizenship and Migration, Edward Elgar, 2021.
- "European Citizenship and Free Movement after Brexit,"
in Greer and Laible, eds., The
European Union after Brexit, Manchester University Press, 2020.
- "Citizenship and Free Movement in Comparative Federalism,"
in Spoon and Ringe, eds., The European Union and Beyond: Multi-Level Governance, Institutions and Policy-Making, ECPR Press,
- "Multilevel Citizenship,"
in Shachar, Bauböck, Bloemraad, Vink, eds., The
Oxford Handbook of Citizenship, Oxford UP, 2017.
- "Boundaries of Political Community in
Europe, the US, and Canada," in Journal
of European Integration, 2017.
- "Free Movement and the Difference that
Citizenship Makes," in Journal of European
Integration History, 2017.
- "European Governance of Citizenship and
Nationality," in Journal of Contemporary European
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