24 février 2017

REVUE : Human Rights Quarterly Human Rights Quarterly (vol. 38, n°4, November 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly  (vol. 38, n°4, November 2016) is out.

Tom Farer, I Cried for you, Argentina 
Jessica Montell, Learning From What Works: Strategic Analysis of the Achievements of the Israel-Palestine Human Rights Community 
Nadya Nedelsky, “The Struggle for the Memory of the Nation”: Post-Communist Slovakia and its World War II Past 
Lara Stemple, Portia Karegeya, Sofia Gruskin, Human Rights, Gender, and Infectious Disease: From HIV/AIDS to Ebola 
Susannah Willcox, Climate Change Inundation, Self-Determination, and Atoll Island States 
Andreas Schedler, The Criminal Community of Victims and Perpetrators: Cognitive Foundations of Citizen Detachment From Organized Violence in Mexico 
Wayne Sandholtz, United States Military Assistance and Human Rights 
Linda Cornett, Peter Haschke, Mark Gibney, Introduction to the Societal Violence Scale: Physical Integrity Rights Violations and Nonstate Actors 
Katerina Linos, Tom Pegram, Architects of Their own Making: National Human Rights Institutions and the United Nations
Book Reviews
Matthew Evangelista, Crimes of Peace: Mediterranean Migrations at the World’s Deadliest Border by Maurizio Albahari (review) 
Paul Hunt, Power, Suffering, and the Struggle for Dignity: Human Rights Frameworks for Health and Why They Matter by Alicia Ely Yamin (review) 
Melissa Hackman, To Live Freely in This World: Sex Worker Activism in Africa by Chi Adanna Mgbako (review) 
Meghan B. Peterson, The Mandate of Dignity: Ronald Dworkin, Revolutionary Constitutionalism, and the Claims of Justice by Drucilla Cornell, Nick Friedman (review)

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