Human Rights Quarterly 2020/4


  • Mattia Pinto: Historical Trends of Human Rights Gone Criminal (729)
  • Suzanne Egan: Transforming the UN Human Rights Treaty System: A Realistic Appraisal (762)
  • Jessika Eichler:  „Migrating Recognition” or „Constitutionalism Reversed”: Relating Andean Plurinational Constitutionalism and European Integration Politics (790)
  • W. Kathy Tannous, Alicia Gaffney: Charles H. Malik and Religious Freedom: The Influence of Biography on Malik’s Contributions to the Drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (817)
  • Aoife Daly, Catherine O’ Sullivan: Sexuality Education and International Standards: Insisting Upon Children’s Rights (835)
  • Lorenza B. Fontana: The Contentious Politics of Labor Rights as Human Rights: Lessons from the Implementation of Domestic Workers Rights in the Philippines 859)
  • Mark S. Berlin: Revising the „Hibernation” Narrative: Technocratic Legal Experts and the Cold War Origins of the „Justice Cascade” (878)
  • Wade M. Cole, Gaëlle Perrier: Is Religion Really the Enemy of Human Rights? A Reply to Cingranelli and Kalmick (902)
  • David L. Cingranelli, Carl Kalmick: Yes, Societal Religiosity and Muslim Governments Threaten Human Rights (933)

Book Reviews

  • Derek Summerfield: The Torture Doctors: Human Rights Crimes and the Road to Justice by Steven H. Miles (959)
  • Sarita Cargas: International Human Rights by Jack Donnelly & Daniel J. Whelan (963)
  • Sarah B. Snyder: U.S. Foreign Policy and Muslim Women’s Human Rights by Kelly J. Shannon (967)
  • Mark Gibney: Children’s Rights and Business: Governing Obligations and Responsibility by Gamze Erdem Türkelli (969)
  • Charles Henry: In This Land of Plenty: Mickey Leland and Africa in American Politics by Benjamin Talton (971)
  • Marina Brilman: Borderland Battles: Violence, Crime, and Governance at the Edges of Colombia’s War by Annette Idler (974)
  • Dersu Ekim Tanca: Nonviolence Both as an Ethical Obligation and a „Realistic” Practice Against Hegemony: Critical Review of Butler (980)
  • Inela Selimović: Intermittences: Memory, Justice, & the Poetics of the Visible in Uruguay by Ana Forcinito (986)
  • Contributors (990)
  • Index for Vol. 42 (995)