Human Rights Between Past and Future


A special issue of qui parle, Volume 22, no. 1, is now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project MUSE and JSTOR. The Fall/Winter 2013 issue includes:

  • Zachary Manfredi on Contemporary Critiques of International Human Rights and Humanitarianism
  • Didier Fassin on the Predicament of Humanitarianism
  • A Discussion of Samuel Moyn’s The Last Utopia with commentaries from Jason Frank, Pheng Cheah, Antony Anghie, and Seyla Benhabib and a response from Samuel Moyn on the Continuing Perplexities of Human Rights.
  • Claude Lefort translated by Jesse Cordes Selbin on International Law, Human Rights and Politics
  • Nikita Dhawan on Coercive Cosmopolitanism and Impossible Solidarities
  • Eyal Weizman on the Politics of the Humanitarian Present
  • Megan Alvarado Sagesse reviewing Ariella Azoulay, Civil Imagination
  • Christopher Patrick Miller reviewing Robert Meister, After Evil
  • Emily O’Rourke reviewing Jacques Ranciere, Mute Speech
  • Genevieve Renard Painter reviewing Samera Esmeir, Juridical Humanity.

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