Monday, July 28, 2014

New Issue: Humanity

The latest issue of Humanity (Vol. 5, no. 2, July 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Keith David Watenpaugh, Between Communal Survival and National Aspiration: Armenian Genocide Refugees, the League of Nations, and the Practices of Interwar Humanitarianism
  • G. Daniel Cohen, Elusive Neutrality: Christian Humanitarianism and the Question of Palestine, 1948–1967
  • Vanessa Ogle, State Rights Against Private Capital: The "New International Economic Order" and the Struggle Over Aid, Trade, and Foreign Investment, 1962–1981
  • David Shneer, Ghostly Landscapes: Soviet Liberators Photograph the Holocaust
  • The Editors, From Anti-Politics to Post-Neoliberalism: A Conversation with James Ferguson
  • Bronwyn Leebaw, Justice, Charity, or Alibi? Humanitarianism, Human Rights, and "Humanity Law"
  • Umut Özsu, International Legal Fields
  • Bradley R. Simpson, "Democratic Development" in Neoliberal Drag