Sunday, April 3, 2016

New Issue: Humanity

The latest issue of Humanity (Vol. 7, no. 1, Spring 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Human rights and Humanitarianism on the African Continent
    • Amal Hassan Fadlalla & Omolade Adunbi, Introduction
    • Amal Hassan Fadlalla, Humanitarian Dispossession: Celebrity Activism and the Fragment-Nation of the Sudan
    • Lisa Ann Richey, Alexandra Cosima Budabin, Celebritizing Conflict: How Ben Affleck Sells the Congo to Americans
    • Robert Wyrod, When Rights Come Home: The Intimate Politics of Women's Rights in Urban Uganda
    • Nadine Naber & Atef Said, The Cry for Human Rights: Violence, Transition, and the Egyptian Revolution
    • Bilal Butt, Conservation, Neoliberalism, and Human Rights In Kenya's Arid Lands
    • Yepoka Yeebo, Photo Essay: Suame Magazine
    • Keith Hart, Reflections On Ghana's Informal Economy At Fifty Years
    • Joseph Morgan Hodge, Writing The History of Development (Part 2: Longer, Deeper, Wider)