Monday, March 20, 2017

New Issue: Humanity

The latest issue of Humanity (Vol. 8, no. 1, Spring 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Patrick Weil, Can a Citizen Be Sovereign?
    • Mark Goodale, UNESCO and the United Nations Rights of Man Declaration: History, Historiography, Ideology
    • Alden Young, African Bureaucrats and the Exhaustion of the Developmental State: Lessons from the Pages of the Sudanese Economist
    • Erik Ropers, Debating History and Memory: Examining the Controversy Surrounding Iris Chang’s The Rape of Nanking
  • Photo Essay
    • Jean-Philippe Dedieu, Working with the Frames of War
    • A Lens on Mohamedou Slahi at Guantánamo: A Conversation
    • Debi Cornwall, Gitmo at Home, Gitmo at Play
  • Dossier on Gunnar Myrdal
    • Maribel Morey & Jamie Martin, Introduction
    • Nils Gilman, The Myrdals’ Eugenicist Roots
    • Lauri Tähtinen, Will Myrdal’s America Show Up?
    • Maribel Morey, Gunnar Myrdal’s An American Dilemma (1944) as a Swedish Text: A Further Analysis
    • Jamie Martin, Gunnar Myrdal and the Failed Promises of the Postwar International Economic Settlement
    • Samuel Moyn, Welfare World
    • Isaac Nakhimovsky, An International Dilemma: The Postwar Utopianism of Gunnar Myrdal’s Beyond the Welfare State
    • Benjamin Siegel, Asian Drama Revisited
    • Simon Reid-Henry, From Welfare World to Global Poverty