Found 255 results
Author Keyword Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
Wainaina B.  2005.  How to Write About Africa. Granta. 92
Ghosh A.  2005.  The Hungry Tide.
Dongala EBoundzéki, Ascher MLouise.  2005.  Johnny Mad Dog.
bin Laden O.  2005.  Message to the Peoples of Europe. Messages to the World: The Statements of Osama bin Laden. :233-6.
Cizek K.  2005.  Storytelling for Advocacy: Conceptualization and Preparation. Video for Change: Guide for Advocacy and Activism. :74-121.
Duchesne J.  2005.  Video Production. Video for Change: Guide for Advocacy and Activism.
Balfour I, Cadava E.  2004.  And Justice for All?: The Claims of Human Rights
Maslan S.  2004.  The Anti-Human: Man and Citizen beforethe Declaration of the Rights of Manand of the Citizen. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):357-74.
Singh NPal.  2004.  Black Is a Country: Race and the Unfinished Struggle for Democracy.
Schaffer K, Smith S.  2004.  Conjunctions: Life Narratives in the Field of Human Rights. Human Rights and Narrated Lives: The Ethics of Recognition. :13-33.
Comay R.  2004.  Dead Right: Hegel and the Terror. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):375-95.
Li D.  2004.  Echoes of Violence: Considerations on Radio and Genocide in Rwanda. Journal of Genocide Research. 6(1)
Erdrich L.  2004.  Four Souls.
Žižek S.  2004.  From Politics to Biopolitics. . . and Back. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):501-21.
Anghie A.  2004.  Imperialism, Sovereignty, and the Making of International Law.
Chimni B.S..  2004.  International Institutions Today: An Imperial Global State in the Making. European Journal of International Law. 15(1):1-37.
Schaffer K, Smith S.  2004.  Introduction. Human Rights and Narrated Lives: The Ethics of Recognition. :1-12.
Derrida J.  2004.  The Last of the Rogue States: The ‘‘Democracyto Come,’’ Opening in Two Turns. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):323-41.
Cavallaro JL, Schaffer EJ.  2004.  Less as More: Rethinking Supranational Litigation of Economic and Social Rights in the Americas. Hastings Law Journal. 56
Keenan T.  2004.  Mobilizing Shame. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):435-49.
Brown W.  2004.  ‘‘The Most We Can Hope For...’’: Human Rights and the Politics of Fatalism. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):451-63.
Balibar E, Swenson J.  2004.  Is a Philosophy of Human Civic Rights Possible? New Reflections on Equaliberty The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):311-322.
Robbins B, Stamatopoulou E.  2004.  Reflections on Culture and Cultural Rights. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):419-34.
Hamacher W.  2004.  The Right to Have Rights(Four-and-a-Half Remarks). The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):343-56.
Spivak GChakravort.  2004.  Righting Wrongs. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):523-81.