Ashley Mantha-Hollands is a Research Fellow with the International Citizenship Law Project Group. Her research focuses broadly on comparing countries' citizenship law and evaluating citizenship regimes based on theories of feminism, ethics, and justice.
09/2019 - Present
Research Associate at the Global Citizenship Observatory - European University Institute
08/2018 - Present
Research Fellow at the Project Group “International Citizenship Law”
Analyst - OECD Management Support and Policy Unit, Paris, France
Policy Analyst - Federal Government of Canada - Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Toronto, Canada
PhD Candidate, Political Science, Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences, Humboldt University
Master Public Policy Collaboration Sexual Diversity Studies, University of Toronto, Canada
BA (Honours) Political Science, Minor History (with Distinction), Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Ashley Mantha-Hollands and Jelena Džankić, "Ties that bind and unbind: Charting the boundaries of EU citizenship", Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2022). https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2022.2107499.
Ashley Mantha-Hollands, Attachment Issues: Assessing the Relationship between Newcomers and the Constitution, 31 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. (forthcoming).
Ashley Mantha-Hollands and Liav Orgad, “Citizenship at a crossroad,” International Journal of Constitutional Law (2021). https://doi.org/10.1093/icon/moaa107.
Ashley Mantha-Hollands and Liav Orgad, “The Future of Handshaking”, op-ed published in Verfassungsblog (English), Der Tagesspiegel (German), and Swissinfo (English, German, Italian, French, Chinese).