New Publication: Visualising Human Rights

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Jane Lydon (ed.) Visualising Human Rights, Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2018.

When the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948, photography was considered a ‘universal language’ that would communicate across barriers of race and culture. 70 years later it is timely to examine the cultural impact of the framework of human rights through visual culture.

Law, the Body and Embodiment: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives Special Issue: Australian Feminist Law Journal, Volume 46(1), 2020

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Call for Papers
Date: 
June 1, 2019

call for nominations: 2019 LEMKIN BOOK AWARD

* Call for Nominations *

THE 2019 LEMKIN BOOK AWARD
Institute for the Study of Genocide

The Institute for the Study of Genocide’s Lemkin Book Award honors
Raphael Lemkin, the originator of the concept of genocide and first
exponent of a United Nations Genocide Convention. The biennial award
recognizes the best non-fiction book published in English or
translated into English that focuses on explanations of genocide,
crimes against humanity, state mass killings and gross violations of

CFP: "The Ethics of Action: Conflict Transformation, Peace, and Human Rights"

CFP for an edited volume:

"The Ethics of Action: Conflict Transformation, Peace, and Human Rights"

edited by
Douglas Irvin-Erickson
The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason
University dirviner@gmu.edu

Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick
Kroc School of Peace Studies, University of San Diego School of
Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham
caustin@sandiego.edu

Ernesto Verdeja

call for nominations: 2019 LEMKIN BOOK AWARD

* Call for Nominations *

THE 2019 LEMKIN BOOK AWARD
Institute for the Study of Genocide

The Institute for the Study of Genocide’s Lemkin Book Award honors
Raphael Lemkin, the originator of the concept of genocide and first
exponent of a United Nations Genocide Convention. The biennial award
recognizes the best non-fiction book published in English or
translated into English that focuses on explanations of genocide,
crimes against humanity, state mass killings and gross violations of

ANN: 2019 Global Humanitarianism Research Academy (Mainz/Geneva, 8-19 July 2019)

Call for Applications: Global Humanitarianism Research Academy

International Research Academy on the History of Global Humanitarianism

Academy Leaders:    Fabian Klose (Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz)

Johannes Paulmann (Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz)

Andrew Thompson (University of Exeter)

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