Monday, March 2, 2020

New Issue: Human Rights Review

The latest issue of the Human Rights Review (Vol. 21, no. 1, March 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Alison Brysk, Engaged Buddhism as Human Rights Ethos: the Constructivist Quest for Cosmopolitanism
  • Aria Nakissa, Evolving Conceptions of Human Rights as a Bourdieusian Distinction Strategy: A Critical Perspective on Policies Targeting Muslim Populations
  • Rachel George, The Impact of International Human Rights Law Ratification on Local Discourses on Rights: the Case of CEDAW in Al-Anba Reporting in Kuwait
  • Vincent J. Carchidi, The Nature of Morals: How Universal Moral Grammar Provides the Conceptual Basis for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • Galina A. Nelaeva, Elena A. Khabarova, & Natalia V. Sidorova, Russia’s Relations with the European Court of Human Rights in the Aftermath of the Markin Decision: Debating the “Backlash”