Monday, May 16, 2016

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 38, no. 2, May 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Kora Andrieu, Confronting the Dictatorial Past in Tunisia: Human Rights and the Politics of Victimhood in Transitional Justice Discourses Since 2011
  • Turkuler Isiksel, The Rights of Man and the Rights of the Man-Made: Corporations and Human Rights
  • Christof Heyns, Human Rights and the use of Autonomous Weapons Systems (AWS) During Domestic Law Enforcement
  • José Juan Vázquez & Sonia Panadero, Chronicity and Pseudo Inheritance of Social Exclusion: Differences According to the Poverty of the Family of Origin Among Trash Pickers in León, Nicaragua
  • Pamela G. Poon, Kiely Houston, Abina Shrestha, Rajin Rayamajhi, Lily Thapa, & Pamela J. Surkan, Nepali Widows’ Access to Legal Entitlements: A Human Rights Issue
  • Sarita Cargas, Questioning Samuel Moyn’s Revisionist History of Human Rights
  • David L. Sloss, How International Human Rights Transformed the US Constitution
  • Jody Sarich, Michele Olivier, & Kevin Bales, Forced Marriage, Slavery, and Plural Legal Systems: An African Example
  • David L. Richards, The Myth of Information Effects in Human Rights Data: Response to Ann Marie Clark and Kathryn Sikkink
  • Ann Marie Clark & Kathryn Sikkink, Response to David L. Richards