Human Rights Quarterly 2024/2

Articles

  • Payam Akhavan, Rebecca J. Hamilton, Antonia Mulvey: „What Kind of Court Is This?”: Perceptions of International Justice Among Rohingya Refugees (173)
  • Alexandra Byrne, Bilen Zerie, Kelebogile Zvobgo: Producing Truth: Public Memory Projects in Post-Violence Societies (207)
  • Rebecca Hamlin, Jamie Rowen, Luz Maria Sanchez: The Paradox of Diasporic Peacebuilding Amidst Violence: Providing Reparations to Colombians Abroad (234)
  • Skip Mark, Mikhail Filippov, David Cingranelli: Cirights: Quantifying Respect for All Human Rights (264)
  • Dominic McGoldrick: Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom in Higher Education in England (287)
  • Sigrun I. Skogly: Prevention is Better than a Cure: The Obligation to Prevent Human Rights Violations (330)

Book Reviews

  • David P. Forsythe: The Geopolitics of Shaming: When Human Rights Pressure Works—and When it Backfires by Rochelle Terman (371)
  • Barbara Havelková: Exponential Inequalities: Equality Law in Times of Crisis ed. by Shreya Atrey & Sandra Fredman (review) (373)
  • John Quigley: The Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Power, Politics, and Resistance in Transitional Justice by Julie Bernath (review) (375)
  • Contributors (380)

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Human Rights Quarterly 2023/4

Articles

  • Hans Ingvar Roth: P.C. Chang and Charles Malik: The Two Philosophers of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (545)
  • Eva Brems: UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies Talking to Domestic Adjudicators Through Their Quasi-judicial Work: An Examination of CERD and CEDAW (568)
  • Jean Connolly Carmalt: Human Rights, Remedy, and Everyday Geographies of Injustice: Perspectives from a Participatory Action Research Project (601)
  • Cosette D. Creamer, Zuzanna Godzimirska: Trust, Legal Elites, and the European Court of Human Rights (628)
  • Gauthier de Beco: The Revival of Human Rights: A New Perspective on Human Rights Through the Lens of Disability (665)
  • Mia Jeronimus: Suffering and Survival: The Experience of Dutch Women in Japanese Internment Camps in Java, 1941–45 (695)

Book Reviews

  • Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann: Time for Reparations: A Global Perspective eds. by Jacqueline Bhabha, Margareta Matache & Caroline Elkins ) (722)
  • Muneeb Khan, Yen-Chiang Chang: International Human Rights Law and Destitution: An Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Perspective by Luke D. Graham (729)
  • Mark Gibney: Human Rights for Pragmatists: Social Power in Modern Times by Jack Snyder (731)
  • Rebecca Root: The War in Court: Inside the Long Fight Against Torture by Lisa Hajjar (733)
  • Don Selby: Border Humanitarians: Gendered Order and Insecurity on the Thai-Burmese Frontier by Adam P. Saltsman (734)
  • Eric Stover: Mass Graves, Truth and Justice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Investigation of Mass Graves eds. by Ellie Smith & Melanie Klinker ) (739)
  • Richard Ashby Wilson: Regardless of Frontiers: Global Freedom of Expression in a Troubled World eds. by Lee C. Bollinger & Agnès Callamard (742)
  • Contributors (746)

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Human Rights Quarterly 2023/1

Articles

  • Gary M. English: Theatre and Human Rights: The Politics of Dramatic Form (1)
  • Berkay Alıca: External Monitoring of Coercive Agents and the Murders of Journalists: A Cross-National Study of Journalist Killings, 1992–2018 (32)
  • Ilias Bantekas: Aligning the Right to Education with the Sustainable Development Goals: Is it Just About Finance? (62)
  • Joel R. Pruce:  The Ferguson Uprising, Shadow Reporting, and Human Rights Experimentalism (88)
  • Kathryn McNeilly: Milestone Anniversaries: Marking Time in International Human Rights Law (109)
  • Lena Khor: Open Love, Religion, and Human Rights (134)

Book Reviews

  • Aryeh Neier: Reagan, Congress, and Human Rights: Contesting Morality in US Foreign Policy by Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard (157)
  • Omar G. Encarnación: Exhuming Violent Histories: Forensics, Memory and Rewriting Spain’s Past by Nicole Iturriaga, and: Exhuming Franco: Spain’s Second Transition by Sebastiaan Faber (161)
  • Tokunbo Okanla: Forever Prisoners: How the United States Made the World’s Largest Immigration Detention System by Elliott Young (166)
  • Contributors (169)

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Human Rights Quarterly 2023/3

Articles

  • Chidi Anselm Odinkalu: Advice without Consent?: Assessing the Advisory Jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (365)
  • Jamie J. Hagen, Catherine O’Rourke: Forum-Shifting and Human Rights: Prospects for Queering the Women, Peace and Security Agenda (406)
  • Nsongurua Udombana: Much Ado about Something: Re-thinking the Right to Development (431)
  • Kathryn L. Overton, Sally Sharif: Agents with Principles? Preventing Conflict-Related Sexual Violence with Human Rights Laws and Norms (487)
  • Richard P. Hiskes: The Image of a Lesser God: Imago Dei and the Human Rights of Children (513)

Book Reviews

  • Lila Corwin Berman: Giving Now: Accelerating Human Rights for All by Patricia Illingworth (533)
  • Andreas Kleiser: Reunion: Finding the Disappeared Children of El Salvador by Elizabeth Barnert (535)
  • Linde Lindkvist: A Magna Carta for Children?: Rethinking Children’s Rights by Michael Freeman (538)

  • Contributors (542)

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Human Rights Quarterly 2023/2

Articles

  • Koldo Casla: The Right to Property Taking Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights Seriously (171)
  • Caroline Dommen: Human Rights Economics (205)
  • Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat, Shareen Hertel: Rights Beyond Words: Mapping Human Rights Scholar-Organization Partnerships (239)
  • Andrew Fagan: Taking Class Seriously (260)
  • Whitney K. Taylor: Judicial Agency and the Adjudication of Social Rights (283)
  • Felix E. Torres: On Deserving Victims and the Undeserving Poor: Exploring the Scope of Distributive Justice in Transitional Justice Theory and Practice (306)

Book Reviews

  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza: To Catch a Dictator: The Pursuit and Trial of Hissène Habré by Reed Brody (335)
  • Siobhán McInerney-Lankford: International Human Rights: A Survey by Cher Weixia Chen & Alison Dundes Renteln (342)
  • Matthew McManus: Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War by Samuel Moyn (345)
  • Ryan M. Welch: Anatomy of Torture by Ron E. Hassner (347)
  • Rebecca Sanders: Human Rights and Justice for All: Demanding Dignity in the United States and Around the World by Carrie Booth Walling (352)
  • Joseph Wager: New Wine, Old Bottles? A Review of Gabriel Gatti’s Desaparecidos (2022) (354)
  • Mark Weston Janis: Exporting the European Convention on Human Rights by Maria-Louiza Deftou (358)

  • Contributors (361)

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Human Rights Quarterly 2022/2

Articles

  • Payam Akhavan, David Matyas: International Criminal Justice in the Context of Fragile States: The ICC Self-Referral Debate (233)
  • Niaz A. Shah: The Application of Human Rights Treaties in Dualist Muslim States: The Practice of Pakistan (257)
  • Boyd van Dijk: Gendering the Geneva Conventions (286)
  • David P. Forsythe: Human Dignity, the ICRC, and the Swiss Government: The Lessons of History Debated (313)
  • Mijke de Waardt, Eva Willems: Recipients Versus Participants: Politics of Aid and Victim Representation in Transitional Justice Practices in Peru (339)
  • Allison Corkery: Can Human Rights Help Social Movement Activists Frame Inequality as an Injustice? Lessons From Mining Affected Communities in South Africa (364)
  • Thomas W. Smith: Leviathan’s Architect: Urbicide, Urban Renewal, and the Right to the City in Turkish Kurdistan (387)
  • Javaid Rehman: Revisiting the Jihad Ideology in Islamic International Law and its Appropriation by Nonstate Actors (417)

Book Reviews

  • Helen Epstein: The Power of Women: A Doctor’s Journey of Hope and Healing by Denis Mukwege ( (441)
  • James C. Simeon: Refugee Law After 9/11: Sanctuary and Security in Canada and the United States by Obiora Chinedu Okafor (445)
  • Contributors (449)

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Human Rights Quarterly 2022/1

Articles

  • Aaron X. Fellmeth, Siobhán McInerney-Lanckford: International Human Rights Law and Concept of Good Governance (1)
  • Jonathan Todres, Ursula Kilkelly: Advancing Children’s Rights Through the Arts (38)
  • Andrew Rossner, Kate Macdonald, Ken M.P. Setiawan: Implementing the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Insights from Indonesia (56)
  • Penelope J.S. Stein, Michael Ashley Stein: Disability, Human Rights, and Climate Justice (81)
  • Paul Hunt, Sonia Bhalotra, Carmel Williams: The Role and Impact of the Right to Health: Evidence from Brazil’s Family Health Program (111)
  • Satvinder S. Juss: Religous Satire, Moral Restraint and the Charlie Hebdo Cartoons (142)
  • Li Chen: A Contemporaneous Interpretation of Chung-Shu Lo’s reply to the UNESCO Human Rights Survey (168)
  • Kate Nash: Knowing Through Human Rights Films (193)

Book Reviews

  • Claire Wright: Knowledge for Peace: Transitional Justice and the Politics of Knowledge in Theory and Practice (Briony Jones & Ulrike Lühe eds.) (210)
  • Joyce Apsel: Amnesty International and Human Rights Activism in Postwar Britain, 1945-1977, by Tom Buchanan (214)
  • Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm: Military Courts, Civil-Military Relations, and the Legal Battle for Democracy: The Politics of Military Justice, by Brett J. Kyle & Andrew G. Reiter (223)

  • Contributors (229)

Human Rights Quarterly 2021/3

Articles

  • Maeve O’Rourke: The Manipulation of „Vulnerability:” State Responses to So-Called „Historical” Abuses in Ireland (435)
  • Cheah W.L.: CEDAW, Transforming Stereotypes, and Judicial Obligations: The ‘Provoked’ Killing of Women in India, Malaysia, and Singapore (460)
  • Heidi Nichols Haddad, Isaac Cui: Localizing Rights Compliance: The Case for Cities as „Shadow Reporters” at International Human Rights Treaty Bodies (491)
  • Heiner Bielefeldt: Moving Beyond Anthropocentrism? Human Rights and the Charge of Speciesism (515)
  • Emily Logan, Les Allamby: A Peace Treaty and Human Rights Protection on the Island of Ireland (538)
  • Rosa Freedman, Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, Louis Monroy-Santander: Seeking Justice for the Victims of Cholera in Haiti: Framing the Reparations Debate Through Transitional Justice (567)
  • Michelle Carmody: Making Human Rights International? Amnesty International, Organizational Development, and the Third World, 1970–1985 (586)

Book Reviews

  • Eleni Coundouriotis: The Fury Archives: Female Citizenship, Human Rights, and the International Avant-Gardes by Jill Richards (607)
  • David Cingranelli: Drug War Pathologies: Embedded Corporatism and U.S. Drug Enforcement in the Americas by Horace A. Bartilow (610)
  • Mindy Roseman: In Plain Sight/Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict ed. by Gaby Zipfel, Regina Muhlhauser, Kirsten Campbell (614)
  • Faraaz Mahomed, Janos Fiala-Butora, Michael Ashley Stein: Compulsory Mental Health Interventions and the CRPD: Minding Equality by Anna Nilsson (616)

  • Contributors (621)

Human Rights Quarterly 2020/4

Articles

  • 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)

Human Rights Quarterly 2020/3

Articles

  • Kathleen Cavanaugh: On Torture: The Case of the „Hooded Men” (519)
  • Xiaoyu Lu: The Imperative to Narrate: Personal Storytelling and LGBT Norm Translation in China (545)
  • James Dawes: peculative Human Rights: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of the Human (573)
  • Elise Baker, Lara Hakki, Julia Jacovides, Kristina Steinmetz, Eric Stover, Victoria Tang, Fabian Unser-Nad: Joining Forces: National War Crimes Units and the Pursuit of International Justice (594)
  • Rebecca Hamlin, Jamie Rowen: From Redress to Prevention: How the International Politics of „No Safe Haven” Became the Politics of „Not in My Backyard” (623)
  • Michelle Morais de Sá e Silva: Once Upon a Time, a Human Rights Ally: The State and its Bureaucracy in Right-Wing Populist Brazil (646)
  • Clémence Pinaud: Genocidal Rape In South Sudan: Organization, Function, and Effects (667)

Book Reviews

  • William J. Aceves: Avoiding the Terrorist Trap: Why Respect for Human Rights is the Key to Defeating Terrorism by Tom Parker (695)
  • Todd Landman: Joyful Human Rights by William Paul Simmons (703)
  • Katharine G. Young: When Misfortune Becomes Injustice: Evolving Human Rights Struggles for Health and Social Equality by Alicia Ely Yamin; Beyond Repair?: Mayan Women’s Protagonism in the Aftermath of Genocidal Harm, by Alison Crosby & M. Brinton Lykes (709)
  • Verjine Adanalian: Migrant Crossings: Witnessing Human Trafficking in the U.S. by Annie Isabel Fukushima (715)
  • Frédéric Krumbein: P.C. Chang and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by Hans Ingvar Roth (717)
  • Jessika Eichler: The Prior Consultation of Indigenous Peoples in Latin America: Inside the Implementation Gap ed. by Claire Wright & Alexandra Tomaselli (722)

  • Contributors (725)