Professor Anne-Marie Fortier

Professor Emeritus

Research Overview

My research examines governing practices that seek to stabilise identities in the face of migration. I have explored these processes in contexts such as migrant community formation; multiculturalism, cohesion and integration; queer diasporas; national genetic genealogies; and, currently, the citizenship naturalisation process in England (funded by the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust).

My research contributes to citizenship studies, cultural studies, critical migration and diaspora studies, border studies, policy studies.

Becoming Citizen, Making Citizen
01/09/2015 → 31/08/2016

Affecting citizenships: the denaturalisation process in Britain
01/09/2011 → 28/02/2014

Little Book of Answers

Mobilities (Journal)
Editorial activity

  • CeMoRe - Centre for Mobilities Research
  • Centre for Alternatives to Social and Economic Inequalities
  • Centre for Gender Studies
  • Migrancy Research Group
  • Mobilities.Lab