RC 46 (Migration and Citizenship) necessarily reflects on the methodological, epistemological and ontological diversity of the discipline of political science as a whole.  It aims to facilitate the pursuit of political science research and scholarship on migration and citiznesip using different methods and approaches.  This includes empirical and/or normative forms of scholarship that may draw on different theoretical traditions, as well as policy-relevant research.

RC 46 aims to potentiate a disciplinary conversation that is attuned to the multidimensional impact of migration at international, national and local levels, as well as to the comparative implications and responses to migration when it comes to citizenship, citizenship statuses and stateless peoples in diverse polities.