Citizenship is one of those terms that means different things to different scholars. In this volume, editors Ariadna Acevedo Rodrigo and Paula López Caballero clearly frame the approach and objectives to encompass a broad definition of citizenship and a range of meanings associated with the idea. Indeed, the book's subtitle, Espacios de formación de la ciudadanía ayer y hoy (Formative spaces of citizenship yesterday and today), suggests the book's foundational premise that citizenship is not formed solely by the state and legal proscriptions but rather is created, enacted, and negotiated by people making claims to it in surprising spaces and practices of everyday life.

The thoughtfully conceived and well-written introductory chapter further contextualizes the volume within past and current approaches to citizenship (including an overview of individual, collective, expansionist, and other theories of citizenship). The editors explain how this book differs from...

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