would appear to require legal fortification and thus alteration of animals' current property status in law.
(9) Neil Walker, "Denizenship
and Deterritorialisation in the European Union," in A Right to Inclusion and Exclusion?
To carve out space for animal denizenship
, Donaldson and Kymlicka
I found chapter 7, "Liminal Animal Denizens" to be the least cogent, but that is perhaps because, as Donaldson and Kymlicka observe, the idea of denizenship
applied to humans has not been well theorized thus far (215).
Yet, even after the new law, relatively few immigrants chose to naturalize, remaining content with the status of what political scientists call "denizenship
," or long-term residency without citizenship.