Saturday, February 9, 2019

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 41, no. 1, February 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Mathias Risse, Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence: An Urgently Needed Agenda
  • Barbara Ann Rieffer-Flanagan, Promoting the Right of Freedom of Religion: Diverse Pathways to Religious Tolerance and Freedom of Religion and the Implications for American Foreign Policy
  • Yon Soo Park & Benjamin Valentino, Animals Are People Too: Explaining Variation in Respect for Animal Rights
  • Jodok Troy, The Papal Human Rights Discourse: The Difference Pope Francis Makes
  • Elizabeth Barnert, Nathalie Lopez, Philippe Bourgois, Gery Ryan, Paul J. Chung, & Eric Stover, My Child’s Journey Home: Perspectives of Adult Family Members on the Separation and Reunification of the “Disappeared” Children of El Salvador
  • Emilie M. Hafner-Burton & Heidi M. McNamara, United States Human Rights Policy: The Corporate Lobby
  • Christina M. Cerna, The Abolition of the Imposition of the Death Penalty on Persons who Were Juveniles When They Committed Their Crimes
  • Afua Twum-Danso Imoh, Terminating Childhood: Dissonance and Synergy between Global Children’s Rights Norms and Local Discourses About the Transition from Childhood to Adulthood in Ghana
  • Encomium
    • Anthony Tirado Chase, Recognizing Reza Afshari: Historical Challenges/Contemporary Challenges
    • Anthony Tirado Chase, Challenges Toward a Human Rights of Structural Transformation: Connecting Theory and Lived Realities
    • Courtney Hillebrecht, Normative Consensus and Contentious Practice: Challenges to Universalism in International Human Rights Courts
    • Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, In Praise of Secularism: An Appreciation of Reza Afshari
    • Steven L. B. Jensen, Decolonization: The Black Box of Human Rights?
    • Mahmood Monshipouri, Reza Afshari and Cultural Relativism
    • Daniel J. Whelan, On Reza Afshari’s “On Historiography of Human Rights”