Human Rights Scholarship by Faculty

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College of Arts and Science

  • Richard Breitman and Allan J. Lichtman, Political Jeopardy: FDR and the Jews. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, projected, Fall 2011.
  • Brenda Werth, Worlds, Stages, Publics: Imagining Global Rights in Twenty?first century Theatre. Co-edited with Florian Becker (Bard College), Paola Hernández (University of Wisconsin?Madison). Under review.
  • Feder, Ellen, “Fetal Cosmetology” (co-authored with Hilde Lindemann and Alice Dreger), “Bad Vibrations” (co-authored with Alice Dreger), and “Preventing Homosexuality (and Uppity Women in the Womb)?” (co-authored with Alice Dreger and Anne Tamar-Mattis). Bioethics Forum (http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Bioethicsforum/), February 8, June 16, and June 29, 2010.
  • Brenda Werth, Theatre, Performance, and Memory Politics in Argentina. Pagrave Macmillan. Under contract, forthcoming in October 2010.
  • Brenda Werth, “Cuerpos desaparecidos y memoria corporizada en el teatro de la posdictadura argentina.” In Desapariciones y violencia política en Argentina. Representaciones, imágenes e ideas (1983?2007). Emilio Crenzel, ed. Accepted for Press by Biblos, forthcoming in 2010.
  • Richard Breitman, L'architecte du génocide. Himmler et la Solution finale. Paris: Calmann-Levy, 2009.
  • Richard Breitman, Barbara McDonald Stewart, and Severin Hochberg, eds., Refugees and Rescue: The Diaries and Papers of James G. McDonald, 1935-1945. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009.
  • David Vine, Island of Shame: The Secret History of the U.S. Military Base on Diego Garcia. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2009.
  • David Vine, “Taking on Empires: Reparations, the Right of Return, and the People of Diego Garcia.” In New Social Movements in the African Diaspora. Leith Mullings and Manning Marable, eds. Pp. 171-191. Hants, UK: Palgrave-Macmillan Press, 2009.
  • Max Friedman, “Anti-Americanism and U.S. Foreign Relations.” Diplomatic History 32:4 (September 2008): 497-514.
  • Max Friedman, “The U.S. Internment of Families from Latin America in World War II.” DEP: Deportate, Esuli e Profughe 9 (September 2008).
  • Max Friedman, “Twilight of the Defense Intellectuals.” Modern Intellectual History 5:2 (August 2008): 411-23.
  • David Vine, Philip Harvey, and S. Wojciech Sokolowski, “We All Must Have the Same Treatment”: Calculating the Damages of Human Rights Abuses for the People of Diego Garcia. In Waging War, Making Peace—Reparations and Human Rights. Barbara Rose Johnston and Susan Slyomovics, eds. Pp. 132-151. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2008. 
  • David Vine, Decolonizing Britain in the 21st Century? Chagos Islanders Challenge the Crown, House of Lords, 30 June-3 July 2008. Anthropology Today 24(4):26-28.
  • Richard Breitman, Barbara McDonald Stewart, and Severin Hochberg, eds., Advocate for the Doomed: The Diaries and Papers of James G. McDonald, 1932-35. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007.
  • Richard Breitman, “Blocked by National Security Fears: The Frank Case and Shifts in American Refugee Policy, 1938-41,” http://www.yivo.org/events/index.php?tid=154&aid=402.  Discussion for YIVO Institute for Jewish Research of why Anne Frank was unable to get a visa to the U.S., 2007.
  • Richard Breitman, “Muslim Anti-Semitism: Historical Background,” Current Psychology vol. 26, nos. 3-4 (2007): 213-22.
  • Max Friedman, “From Manila to Baghdad: Empire and the American Mission Civilisatrice at the Beginning and End of the Twentieth Century.” Revue française d’études américaines 13 (September 2007): 26-38.

Kogod School of Business

  • Elms, H., Johnson-Cramer, M., & Berman, S., “Bounding the World’s Miseries:  Corporate Responsibility and Freeman’s Stakeholder Theory.”  In R. A. Phillips (Ed.), Stakeholder Theory: A Silver Anniversary Edition, 2010.  Northhampton, MA:  Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Phillips, R. A., Berman, S., Elms, H. & Johnson-Cramer, M., “Strategy, Stakeholders, and Managerial Discretion.”  Strategic Organization Vol. 8, No. 2, 2010: 176-183.
  • Dahan, N.M., Doh, J.P., Oetzel, J., & Yaziji, M. 2010. Cooperation and Co-Creation in Cross-Sectoral Collaboration: New Business Models for Developing Markets. Long Range Planning, 43(2-3): 326-342.
  • Getz, K., & Oetzel, J. 2010. MNE Strategic Intervention in Violent Conflict: Variations Based on Conflict Characteristics. Journal of Business Ethics, 89(4): 375-386.
  • Oetzel, J., Westermann-Behaylo, M., Koerber, C., Fort, T, & Rivera, J. 2010. Business and peace: Sketching the Terrain. Journal of Business Ethics, 89(4): 351-373.
  • Freeman, D., M. Brucks, M. Wallendorf, & W. Boland, 2009. “Youths’ Understanding of Cigarette Advertising”.  Addictive Behaviors, 34, 36-42.
  • Elms, H., Brammer, S., Harris, J. & Phillips, R. A., 2009.  “New Directions in Strategic Management & Business Ethics.”  Business Ethics Quarterly 20th Anniversary Edition, Vol. 20, No. 3: 401-426.
  • Elms, H. & Phillips, R. A., “Private Security Companies and Institutional Legitimacy:  Corporate and Stakeholder Responsibility.”  Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2009 (Special Issue on the Changing Role and Responsibility of Business in a Globalized Society):  403-432. 
  • Misangyi, V., Weaver, G., & Elms, H., “Ending Corruption: The Interplay Among Institutional Logics, Resources, and Institutional Entrepreneurs.”  Academy of Management Review, Vol. 33, No. 3, 2008:  750-770. 

School of Communication

  • Carolyn Brown, On the Line, Documentary Film, Producer and Director (2010).
  • Larry Engel, Water World, Documentary Film, Director of Photography (PBS 2010).
  • Rodger Streitmatter, From “Perverts” to “Fab Five”: The Media’s Changing Depiction of Gay Men and Lesbians (Routledge 2009).
  • Kathryn Montgomery, Generation Digital: Politics, Commerce and Childhood in the Age of the Internet (MIT Press 2007).

School of International Service 

  • Carl LeVan, “Power Sharing in Africa’s Uncertain Democracies” (forthcoming in Governance: an International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, Vol. 24, No. 1, January 2011)
  • Carl LeVan, “Questioning Tocqueville in Africa: Continuity and Change in Civil Society During Nigeria’s Democratization” (forthcoming in Democratization, January 2011)
  • Ekaterina Romanova, “Challenges of Activism,” with Sewell, E. in S. Cheldelin (Ed.) Women Waging War & Peace: Extraordinary Cases. Continuum Books. 2011.
  • Cathy Schneider, “Made in Marseilles: Policing and the Deactivation of Racial Boundaries in Marseilles” (with Trent Buatte, forthcoming 2011, in Policing in Divided Societies, editor, Guy Ben-Porat).
  • Akbar Ahmed, Journey into America: The Challenge of Islam, Brookings Press, July 2010
  • Deborah Brautigam, "China, Africa, and the International Aid Architecture." March 2010.
  • Tamar Gutner, "When Doing Good Does Not: The IMF and the Millennium Development Goals," in Who Governs the Globe? edited by Deborah D. Avant, Martha Finnemore, and Susan K. Sell (Cambridge 2010).
  • Clarence Lusane, The Black History of the White House, City Lights Books, 2010.
  • Julie Mertus, “Human Rights and Politics,” in Moeckli, Shah and Sivakumaran, eds. International Human Rights Law (London and New York: Oxford Univ. Press 2010).
  • James Mittelman, Hyperconflict: Globalization and Insecurity, Stanford University Press, 2010.
  • Cathy Schneider, Police Power and Race Riots: Urban Unrest in Paris and New York 1960 - 2010 (currently under review).
  • Susan Shepler, “Post-war trajectories for girls associated with the fighting forces in Sierra Leone” Gender, War, and Militarism.  Laura Sjoberg and Sandra Via, Eds.  Praeger Security International Series: Santa Barbara.  2010.   
  • Susan Shepler, “Shifting priorities in child protection in Sierra Leone since Lomé” in Sierra Leone Beyond Lomé: Challenges and Possibilities for a Post-War Nation, Marda Mustapha and Joseph Bangura, Eds. Palgrave.  2010.
  • Anthony Wanis-St. John, Back Channel Negotiation: Secrecy in the Middle East Peace Process [Syracuse University Press, passed peer review, forthcoming 2010]
  • Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Peace-Building By, Between, and Beyond Muslims and Evangelical Christians.  (Editor, with David Augsburger.) Rowman and Littlefield, 2009.
  • Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt, "Lessons Learned from the Privatization of Regulation in the Apparel Industry: A Human Rights Perspective." In: Simon Chesterman and Angelina Fisher, eds., (Forthcoming, 2009), Private Security, Public Order: Governance and Limits, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Linda Lucia Lubrano, "Clinics, Prisons, and Practices of Freedom: Innovations in European Social Welfare," The Discourse of Sociological Practice 8, no.2 (Fall 2009): 59-73.
  • Julie Mertus, Human Rights Matters: Local Politics and National Human Rights Institutions, Stanford, 2009
  • Julie Mertus, United Nations and Human Rights: A Guide for a New Era, Taylor & Francis, Second Edition 2009.
  • Kwaku Nuamah, Soft Intervention: Strategies for Peace in Africa. (With Donald Rothchild.) Lynn Rienner Publishers, 2009.
  • Rachel Robinson, “The Positive Impact of Population Policy on Human Rights in Africa.” Chapter in Between Life and Death – Governing Populations in the Era of Human Rights, edited by Sabine Berking and Magadelena Zolkos. New York: Peter Lang. 2009.
  • Susan Shepler, “Documenting Human Rights Abuses among the Diaspora:  Lessons Learned from the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission.” (co-authored with Patricia Minikon.) In Human Rights after the Cold War: Assessing Challenges and Opportunities. Noha Shawki and Michaelene Cox, editors.  Ashgate Publishers.  2009.   
  • Susan Shepler, “Youth and Conflict” in Peace, Justice, and Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide (Seventh Edition). Timothy A. McElwee, B. Welling Hall, Joseph Liechty, and Julie Garber, editors. Lynne Rienner Publishers: Boulder, CO. 2009.
  • Anthony Wanis-St. John, Conflict Prevention in the New Security Context: The Case of Macedonia (with Anton Grizold, Marina Mitrevska, Vlado Buchkovski), Open Society Institute of Macedonia, 2009).
  • Anthony Wanis-St. John, "Comparative Peace Processes," in T. McElwee, B.W. Hall, J. Liechty, J. Garber, eds., Peace, Justice and Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide, 7th ed. (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2009).
  • Youngshik Bong, “Gay Rights Movement in Democratizing Korea,” Korean Studies, vol. 32, 2008.
  • Aaron Boesenecker, “Religious Actors in Transitional Justice,” (with Leslie Vinjamuri), in The New Religious Pluralism, ed. Tom Banchoff, Oxford University Press, 2008.
  • Deborah Brautigam, Taxation and State-Building in Developing Countries: Capacity and Consent (co-editor), Cambridge University Press, 2008
  • Charles Call, Building States to Build Peace. Edited volume, Lynne Rienner, 2008.
  • Christine Chin, Cruising in the Global Economy: Profits, Pleasure and Work at Sea" (Ashgate, 2008) 
  • Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt, "A Human Rights Perspective on Business Ethics: Placing the Substance Behind the Buzz Words," Journal of International Peace Operations 3 (March-April 2008), p. 13.
  • Niklas Hultin, “A Morality Tale – Children and the Social Processes of Human Rights in the Gambia.” Expedition Magazine 50(2):26-32, 2008.
  • Julie Mertus, “Human Rights and Human Insecurity: The Contributions of US Counterterroism, Journal of Human Rights,vol. 7, no. 1 (January-March 2008 (with Tazreena Sajjad).
  • Julie Mertus, “Applying the “Gatekeeper” Theory of Human Rights Activism: The Movement for LGBT Rights,” in Clifford Bob, ed., Rights on the Rise (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008).
  • Julie Mertus, “Crossing the Line: Insights from Foucault on the U.S. and Torture,” in Janie Leatherman, ed., Discipline and Punishment in Global Politics: Illusions of Control (New York: Palgrave, 2008) (with Kirsten Rawls).
  • Julie Mertus, Local Action/Global Change: Learning About the Human Rights of Women and Girls (with Nancy Flowers), Paradigm, 2008.
  • Rachel Robinson, “Counting Women’s Labour: A Reanalysis of Children’s Net Production Using Cain’s Data from a Bangladeshi Village.”  Population Studies 62(1): 25-38, 2008 (with Karen L. Kramer, and Ronald D. Lee).
  • Ekaterina Romanova, “Working for Peace: Women’s Civil Societal Actions in Chechnya,” in T. Dickinson and T. Becerra (Eds.) Democracy Works: Joining Theory and Action to Foster Global Change. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers. pp. 105-113. 2008. • Abdul Aziz Said, Islam and Peacemaking in the Middle East, co-authored with Nathan Funk, 2008
  • Cathy Schneider, "Police Power and Race Riots in Paris," in Politics and Society (2008).
  • Anthony Wanis-St. John, "Civil Society and Peace Negotiations: Confronting Exclusion." International Negotiation, vol. 13, no. 1 (2008) with Darren Kew.
  • Anthony Wanis-St. John, "Peace Processes, Secret Negotiations and Civil Society." (guest editor of special thematic issue) International Negotiation, vol. 13, no. 1 (2008).
  • Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Unity in Diversity: Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East. (With Amal Khoury and Emily Welty.) USIP, 2007.
  • Mohammed Abu-Nimer and Ilham Nasser, "Peace Education in a Bilingual and Bi-ethnic School for Palestinians and Jews in Israel: Lessons and Challenges." in Educational Response to Conflict: Systemic issues. Macmillan Palgrave (Eds.). Zvi Bekerman (2007).
  • Akbar Ahmed, Journey into Islam: The Crisis of Globalization, Brookings Institution Press 2007
  • Amitay Acharya, Crafting Cooperation: Regional International Institutions in Comparative Politics (Cambridge 2007)
  • Boaz Atzili, "When Good Fences Make Bad Neighbors: Fixed Borders, State Weakness, and International Conflict," International Security, Winter 2006-2007.
  • Charles Call, Constructing Security and Justice After War. Edited volume, US Institute of Peace Press, 2007.
  • Maria Cowles, “Intergovernmental Organizations: Global Governance and Transsovereign Problems,” in Maryanne Cusimano (ed.) Beyond Sovereignty: Issues for a Global Agenda, 3rd edition (Boston, New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2007), pp. 41-67.
  • Daniel Esser, "Target Kabul: human insecurity in the Afghan capital," in humansecurity-cities.org (eds.), Human Security for an Urban Century: Local Challenges, Global Perspectives, Ottawa: Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, pp. 14–15, 2007.
  • Carolyn Gallaher, After the Peace: Loyalist Paramilitaries in Post-accord Northern Ireland, Cornell University Press, 2007
  • Loubna Hanna, “Women, Communication and Democratization in Morocco,” in From Patriarchy to Empowerment. ed. V. M. Moghadam. Syracuse University Press, 2007, pp. 120-138.
  • S. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana, Standing on an Isthmus: Islamic Narratives of War and Peace in the Palestinian Territories. Lexington Books, 2007.
  • Julie Mertus, “Citizenship and Location in a World of Torture,” New York City Law Review, vol. 1, no. 10(2)(2007) (with Lisa Davis)
  • Julie Mertus, “The Rejection of Human Rights Framings: The Cae of LGBT Advocacy in the U.S.”  Human Rights Quarterly  2007.
  • Julie Mertus, Bait and Switch: Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy, Routledge, Second Edition 2007.
  • Reina Neufeldt, Reflective Peacebuilding:  A Planning, Monitoring and Learning Toolkit, 2007, coauthor
  • Vidyamali Samarasinghe, Female Sex Trafficking in Asia: The Resilience of Patriarchy in a Changing World, Routledge, 2007
  • Paul Wapner, “The UN and Civil Society,” in Thomas Weiss and Sam Daws, eds., The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations, New York: Oxford University Press 2007.

School of Public Affairs 

  • Brian Forst, "Managing Miscarriages of Justice from Victimization to Reintegration," Albany Law Review (accepted for publication, forthcoming 2011)
  • Brian Forst, "Discretion, Rule of Law, and Rationality," with Shawn Bushway, Criminology and Public Policy, Volume 9 (forthcoming 2011)
  • Diane Singerman,  “Gender and Politics.” In Politics and Society of the Contemporary Middle East, Michele Penner Angrist, ed., 155-173, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010.
  • Stephanie Sterling and Jessica Waters, Beyond Religious Refusals: The Case for Protecting Health Care Workers’ Provision of Care (working title) (accepted for publication in the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Volume 34)
  • Jessica Waters, In Whose Best Interest?: New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services v. V.M. and B.G. and The Next Wave of Court-Controlled Pregnancies (accepted for publication in the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Volume 34)
  • Daniel Dreisbach  “The Meaning of the Separation of Church and State: Competing Views.” In Oxford Handbook on Church and State in the United States, ed. Derek H. Davis. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • Dierdre Golash, ed., Freedom of Expression in a Diverse World (Springer 2010).
  • Eric Hershberg, “Colombia Policy Under the Obama Administration: Sustaining an Inherited Paradigm,” with Anne Gillman. Pensamiento Propio (Buenos Aires) No. 31 (Jan.-April 2010), pp. 77-102.
  • Robert Johnson, “Dead Kids Walking,” (primary author, with Sonia Tabriz). Campaign for Fair Sentencing of Youth, Feb.13, 2010. [http://www.endjlwop.org/the-issue/advocacy-resource-bank/]
  • Douglas B. Klusmeyer, “Hannah Arendt’s Case for Federalism,” Publius 40.1 (2010): 31-58.
  • David Rosenbloom, Public Administration and Law, Third Edition, Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis, forthcoming 2010, 329 pp. Coauthors: Rosemary O'Leary, Joshua Chanin.
  • Jessica Waters, Women’s Leadership in the Reproductive Rights Movement, in Karen O’Connor, Gender and Women’s Leadership (Sage Publications 2010)
  • Jessica Waters, Gonzales v. Carhart: The Implications of the ‘Partial Birth Abortion Ban’ for Reproductive Rights and Women’s Health, in Lois Duke Whitaker, Women in Politics: Outsiders or Insiders (5th Edition Longman/Prentice Hall 2010)
  • Richard Bennett, (2009) “Excessive Use of Force in Trinidad and Tobago: Investigating Its Determinants Across Time.” Caribbean Journal of Criminology and Public Safety. 13: 1- 47. (with Debora Pfaff).
  • Richard Bennett, (2009) “Policing People with Mental Illness in Trinidad and Tobago.” Caribbean Journal of Criminology and Public Safety. 13: 189-216. ( with Melissa Schaefer Morabito).
  • Billy Davies, “The West German Reception of EEC Law 1949-1958: General Trends and Characteristics” in Journal of European Integration History, January 2009
  • Daniel L. Dreisbach and Mark David Hall, eds., The Sacred Rights of Conscience: Selected Readings on Religious Liberty and Church-State Relations in the American Founding. Indianapolis, Indiana: Liberty Fund, 2009. Pp. xxxiv, 672.
  • Brian Forst, Terrorism, Crime and Public Policy (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009) - ISBN 9780521676427 [For human rights issues, see especially Chapters 8-14]
  • Dierdre Golash, "The Justification of Punishment in the International Context," in Larry May and Zachary Hoskins, eds., International Criminal Law and Philosophy (Cambridge, 2009).
  • Robert Johnson, “Death by Incarceration as a Cruel and Unusual Punishment when Applied to Juveniles: Extending Roper to Life Without Parole, Our Other Death Penalty” (primary author, with Sonia Tabriz). University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 9 (2) 2009: 30-47.
  • Douglas B. Klusmeyer & Demetrios Papademetriou, Immigration Policy in the Federal Republic of Germany: Negotiating Membership and Remaking the Nation (New York: Berghahn Books, 2009).
  • Douglas B. Klusmeyer, “Beyond Tragedy: Hannah Arendt and Hans Morgenthau on Responsibility, Evil and Political Ethics,” International Studies Review 11.2 (June 2009): 332-351.
  • David Rosenbloom, Employee Rights: Avoiding Legal Liability," in Siegrun Fox Freyss, ed., Human Resource Management in Local Government: An Essential Guide, third ed. Washington, DC: International City/County Management Association, 2009. Principal author of section on "Constitutional Rights," in Chapter 5, pp. 123-173, at pp. 160-173.
  • Laura Langbein, “Same-Sex Marriage and Negative Externalities” (with Mark Yost). Social Science Quarterly, 90 (2), June 2009: 292-309.
  • William M. LeoGrande, "El Salvador Today: Twenty Years after the Jesuits," paper presented at a panel cosponsored by Washington Office on Latin America and the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, San Salvador, November 14, 2009.
  • Diane Singerman, Cairo Contested: Governance, Urban Space, and Global Modernity, American University in Cairo Press, 2009, (editor).
  • Diane Singerman, “The Siege of Imbaba: Egypt’s Internal ‘Other,’ and the Criminalization of Politics.” In Cairo Contested: Governance, Urban Space, and Global Modernity, Diane Singerman, ed., 111-144. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2009.
  • Richard Bennett, (2008)“Economic Assistance on Crime: A Cross-National Investigation.” European Journal of Criminology, 5: 217-238. (with Joanne Savage and Mona Danner).
  • Brian Forst, "Prosecutors and Errors of Justice," in The Changing Role of the American Prosecutor, edited by John L. Worrall and M. Elaine Nugent-Borakove (SUNY-Albany Press, 2008)
  • Robert Johnson, “Escape from Death Row: A Study of ‘Tripping’ as an Individual Adjustment Strategy among Death Row Prisoners” (second author, with Sandra McGunigall-Smith). 6 Pierce Law Review 2008: 533-545.
  • Robert Johnson,  “Life Without Parole, America’s Other Death Penalty: Notes on Life under Sentence of Death by Incarceration” (primary author, with Sandra McGunigall-Smith). The Prison Journal 88 (2) June, 2008: 328-346
  • Brian Forst, Errors of Justice: Nature, Sources and Remedies (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004; Chinese edition, 2007) - ISBN 9780521821308
  • Eric Hershberg,  “Democracy Promotion in Latin America,” Democracy and Society , Vol. 4, Issue 2 (Spring 2007).
  • Eric Hershberg, " Human Rights and Accountability in the Southern Cone," in Cynthia Arnson and Jose Raul Perales, eds. The 'New Left' and Democratic Governance in Latin America . Washington, DC: The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2007).
  • Eric Hershberg, Constructing Democracy: Human Rights, Citizenship and Society in Latin America. Coedited with Elizabeth Jelin, Boulder, CO: Westview Press (1996); Portuguese edition, Editorial da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2007.
  • Ruth Lane, The Game of Justice. State University of New York Press 2007.
  • David Rosenbloom, "Reinventing Reform Prescriptions: The Case for Democratic-Constitutional Impact Statements and Scorecards," Public Administration Review 67 (January/February 2007): 28-39.
  • David Rosenbloom, "Response to Commentators: Reinventing Reform Prescriptions," http://www.aspanet.org/scriptcontent/custom/staticcontent/t2pdownloads/RosenbloomResponse.htm (January/February 2007American Society for Public Administration Theory to Practice Website).
  • Diane Singerman, “Cairo Cosmopolitan: Citizenship, Urban Space, Publics and Inequality.” In Cities of the South: Citizenship and Exclusion in the 21st Century, Barbara Drieskens, Franck Mermier and Heiko Wimmen, eds., 83-109. London: Saqi, 2007.

Washington College of Law

  • Claudio Grossman, La institucionalización desde abajo: preparando a los defensores de los derechos humanos, PERSPECTIVA, Edición 4, 52, 52-55 (2010).
  • Claudio Grossman, Remarks, "Strengthening the Prohibition against Torture: The Evolution of the UN Committee against Torture," 17 HUMAN RIGHTS BRIEF, no. 4 (Spring 2010 Special Edition) at 1-2, 23-24, 35.
  • Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon & Claudia Martin, The Inter-American Human Rights System: Selected Examples of its Supervisory Work, in Research Handbook in International Human Rights Law (S. Joseph & A. McBeth eds., Edgar Elgar Publishing 2010).
  • Susana SáCouto & Katherine Cleary, The Katanga Complementarity Decision: Sound Law but Flawed Policy, 23 Leiden J. Intl. L. __ (forthcoming 2010).
  • Stephen I. Vladeck, Terrorism Trials and the Article III Courts After Abu Ali, 88 Tex. L. Rev. 1501 (2010).
  • Stephen I. Vladeck, Common-Law Habeas and the Separation of Powers, 95 Iowa L. Rev. Bulletin 39 (2010).
  • Kenneth Anderson, Targeted Killing in U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy and Law, in Legislating the War on Terror: An Agenda for Reform, 346-400 (Benjamin Wittes, Brookings Institution Press 2009).
  • Kenneth Anderson, What NGO Accountability Means - And Does Not Mean, 103 Am. J. Intl. L. 1, 107 (Jan. 2009).
  • Kenneth Anderson, The Cost of Confusion: Resolving Ambiguities in Detaineed Treatment, in Bridging the Foreign Policy Divide, 34-52 (Derek Chollet, Routledge 2008).
  • Kenneth Anderson, Civil Society: Do NGOs Have Too Much Power?, in Controversies in Globalization: Contending Approaches to International Relations, 364-370 (Peter M. Hass, CQ Press 2009).
  • Kenneth Anderson, The Rise of International Criminal Law: Intended and Unintended Consequences, 20 European J. Intl. L. 331 (2009).
  • Kenneth Anderson, United Nations Collective Security and the United States Security Guarantee in an Age of Rising Multipolarity, 10 Chi. J. Intl. L. 55 (2009).
  • Robert Goldman et al., Assessing Damage, Urging Action: Report of the Eminent Jurists Panel on Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism & Human Rights (International Commission of Jurists 2009).
  • Robert Goldman, History and Action: the Inter-American Human Rights System and the Role of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, 31 Hum. Rights Q. 856 (2009).
  • Robert Goldman, “Internal Displacement, the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement, the Principles’ Normative Status, and the Need for Their Effective Domestic Implementation in Colombia”, in Colombian Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 2, 59-86 (Universidad de Rosario 2009).
  • Claudio Grossman, Prologo/Prologue to PROTECCION INTERNACIONAL DE DERECHOS HUMANOS Y ESTADO DE DERECHO (Joaquín González Ibáñez ed., 2009).
  • Claudio Grossman, El futuro del sistema interamericano de derechos humanos (The Future of the Inter-American Human Rights System), in PROTECCION INTERNACIONAL DE DERECHOS HUMANOS Y ESTADO DE DERECHO (Joaquín González Ibáñez ed., 2009), at 71-88.
  • Claudio Grossman, "The Normative Value of the Istanbul Protocol" in Shedding Light on a Dark Practice: Using the Instanbul Protocol to Document Torture (International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims 2009).
  • Claudio Grossman, "The Inter-American System and Its Evolution," Inter-American & European Human Rights Journal, No. 1-2, pp. 5-25 (2009).
  • Claudio Grossman, "Opening Remarks," Comments on "Panel 2: The Scope of Reparations: Challenges in Defining their Scope and Guaranteeing their Enforcement," and "Closing Remarks," 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 164-68, 198-99, 257 (2009).
  • Claudio Grossman, Preface to "Interview with Judge Antonio A. Cançado Trindade, Inter-American Court of Human Rights," 31(4) HUM. RTS. Q. 986. (Nov. 2009)
  • Claudio Grossman, "Preparing Human Rights Advocates: Institutionalizing from Below," 3 Americas Quarterly 3. (Summer 2009)
  • C. Grossman and L. Gallegos, "Domestic Incorporation of Obligations Under the Convention against Torture," 16 HUMAN RIGHTS BRIEF 12 (Spring 2009 Special Edition).
  • Juan Mendez, An Emerging ‘Right to Truth:’ Latin-American Contributions, in Legal Institutions and Collective Memories (Suzanne Karstedt, Hart Publishing 2009). • Juan Mendez, Preface: Genocide in Guatemala, in Quiet Genocide: Guatemala 1981-83 (Etelle Higonnet, Transaction 2009).
  • Juan Mendez, Individual Accountability for Human Rights Violations, in Global Standards, Local Action: 15 Years Vienna World Conference on Human Rights (Wolfgang Benedek et al., Intersentia 2009).
  • Juan Mendez, Prevention of Genocide and Its Challenges, in Standing for Change in Peacekeeping Operations: Project for a UN Emergency Peace Service (Kavitha Suthanthiraraj and Manah Quinn, Global Action to Prevent War 2009).
  • Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon, Basic Facts of the Individual Complaint Procedure of the Inter-American Human Rights System, in International Human Rights Monitoring Mechanisms: Essays in Honor of Jakob Th. Moller, 619 (G. Alfredsson, J. Grimheden, B. Ramcharan & A. de Zayas, eds., 2d rev. ed., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2009).
  • Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon, La Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, in Proteccion Internacional de Derechos Humanos y Estado de Derecho (Joaquín González, ed., 2d ed., Grupo Editorial Ibáñez 2009).
  • Susana SáCouto & Katherine A. Cleary, The Confirmation of Charges Process at the International Criminal Court, in Proteccion Internacional de Derechos Humanos y Estado de Derecho (Joaquín González Ibabez, Grupo Editorial Ibáñez 2009).
  • Stephen I. Vladeck, Boumediene's Quiet Theory: Access to Courts and the Separation of Powers, 84 Notre Dame L. Rev. 2107 (2009).
  • Richard J. Wilson, A Long Strange Trip: Guantanamo and the Scarcity of International Law, excerpted in THE GUANTANAMO LAWYERS: INSIDE A PRISON OUTSIDE THE LAW (Jonathan Hafetz & Mark Denbeaux eds. 2009) (full text available on-line)
  • RICHARD J. WILSON, THE RIGHT TO UNIVERSAL, EQUAL AND Non-Discriminatory Suffrage As a Norm of Customary International Law: Protecting the Prisoner’s Right to Vote, in CRIMINAL DISENFRANCHISEMENT IN AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE 109 (Alec C. Ewald & Brandon Rottinghaus, eds., 2009)
  • Claudio Grossman, "Los Derechos Humanos y el terrorismo. Lógicas contradictorias" ("Human Rights and Terrorism: Contradictory Rationales") in "Reflexiones sobre la Profesión Militar" ("Reflections on a Military Career") (Inter-American Institute of Human Rights 2008).
  • Claudio Grossman, Presentación del Dr. Claudio Grossman en el "Coloquio sobre Legislación Antiterrorista y Derechos Humanos", organizado por la Fundación Abravanel, in Terrorismo Internacional y Derechos Humanos: Apuntes Para Una Legislación Antiterrorista 225 (2008).
  • Claudio Grossman, Building the World Community Through Legal Education, in 2 THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF LAW AND LEGAL EDUCATION 21 (2008) (which constitutes volume 14 of the book series Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice).
  • Claudio Grossman, Co-edited Advocating For Human Rights: 10 Years of the Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court Competition (Raoul Wallenberg Institute on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, 2008), with Claudia Martin and Diego Rodríguez-Pinzón.
  • Claudio Grossman, "Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man (1948)," "Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACommHR)," "Mayagna (Sumo) Awas Tingni Community v Nicaragua Case," and "Disappearances" for the online edition of The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law. (2008)
  • Claudio Grossman, "La modernidad y la necesidad de Justicia requieren revisar críticamente los contenidos de la educación y las metodologías," 37 Revista Aboch 13 (Dec. 2008) (Interview)
  • Claudio Grossman, "The Inter-American System of Human Rights: Challenges for the Future," 84 IND. L.J. (Num. 4) (2008).
  • Juan Mendez, Seguridad Internacional y Derechos Humanos, in Derechos Humanos Hoy: Balance Internacional (Victor Abramovich and Alia Trabucco Zeran, Universidad de Chile 2008).
  • Juan Mendez, Preventing, Implementing and Enforcing International Humanitarian Law, in Proceedings of the First International Humanitarian Law Dialogs (Elizabeth Andersen and David M. Crane, American Society of International Law 2008).
  • Juan Mendez, Remarks on Intervention: To Prevent and Punish: Commemorating the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Negotiations of the Genocide Convention, 40 Case W. Res. J. Intl. L. 87 (2008).
  • Juan Mendez, Keynote Address: Symposium 2008 The United Nations and the Genocide Convention: A 60th Anniversary Commemmoration, 61 Rutgers L. Rev. 41 (Fall 2008).
  • Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon (co-author), The Inter-American Human Rights Digest (Brill Publishers, 2008).
  • Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon (co-author), Repertorio de Jurisprudencia del Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos (Inter-American Inst. on Human Rights forthcoming 2008).
  • Richard J. Wilson, Supporting or Thwarting the Revolution? The Inter-American Human Rights System and Criminal Procedure Reform in Latin America, 14 Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade in the Americas 287 (2008)
  • Richard J. Wilson, Spanish Supreme Court Affirms Conviction of Argentine Former Naval Officer for Crimes Against Humanity, ASIL Insights, at http://www.asil.org/insights/2008/01/insights080130.html, Jan. 30, 2008
  • Robert Goldman, Historia y Accion: el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos y el Papel de La Comision Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, La Proteccion Internacional de Los Derechos Humanos: Un Reto en el Siglo XXI , 109-148 (El colegio de Mexico, Velasco & Ortega eds. 2007).
  • Robert Goldman, La Contribucion Argentina al Sistema Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, Derechos Humanos y Un Nuevo Orden Global , 150-170 (Ministerio de Relaciones Exeriores, Comercio Internacional y Culto 2007).
  • Gallon, Gustavo et al., Simposio. Una Revisión Crítica del Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos: Pasado, Presente y Futuro, in Anuario de Derecho Humanos 2007, 53-82 (Mariano Fernández Valle, Universidad de Chile, Centro de Derechos Humanos 2007).
  • Claudio Grossman, "The Velásquez Rodríguez Case: The Development of the Inter-American Human Rights System" in International Law Stories (Foundation Press 2007).
  • Claudio Grossman, "Simposio: Una Revision Critica del Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos: Pasado, Presente y Futuro," ("Symposium: A Critical Review of the Inter-American Human Rights System: Past, Present, and Future") in "Anuario de Derechos Humanos 2007," co-authored with Robert Goldman, Claudia Martin, and Diego Rodríguez-Pinzón.
  • Claudio Grossman, "La Libertad de Expresión en el Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos" ("Freedom of Speech in the Inter-American System for the Protection of Human Rights"), 46 REVISTA IIDH 159. (2007)
  • Juan Mendez, The View from Outside the Government, in Legal Standards and the Interrogation of Prisoners in the War on Terror (Cynthia Arnson and Philippa Strum, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 2007).
  • Juan Mendez, The United Nations and the Prevention of Genocide, in The Criminal Law of Genocide: International, Comparative and Contextual Aspects (Ralph Henham and Paul Behrens, Ashgate 2007).
  • Juan Mendez, Lessons Learned, in Victims Unsilenced: The Inter-American Human Rights System and Transitional Justice in Latin America (Katya Salazar and Thomas Antkowiak, Due Process of Law Foundation 2007).
  • Juan Mendez, Lou Henkin, Transitional Justice and the Prevention of Genocide, 38 Columbia Hum. Rights L. Rev. 477 (Spring 2007).
  • Juan Mendez and Francisco Bariffi, Right to Truth: International Protection, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Rudiger Wolfrum, Oxford University Press 2007).
  • Juan Mendez and Francisco Bariffi, The Scilingo Case, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Rudiger Wolfrum, Oxford University Press 2007).
  • Juan Mendez and Francisco Bariffi, The Cavallo Case, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Rudiger Wolfrum, Oxford University Press 2007).
  • Diane Orentlicher, Genocide, in Crimes of War: What the Public Should Know (2d. ed., W.W. Norton Press 2007).
  • Diane Orentlicher, 'Settling Accounts' Revisited; Reconciling Global Norms with Local Agency, 1 Intl. J. Transnatl. Just. 10 (2007).
  • Diane Orentlicher, Whose Justice? Reconciling Universal Jurisdiction with Democratic Principles, 92 Geo L.J. 1057 (2004) (reprinted in International Law and International Relations: Bridging Theory And Practice (Tom Biersteker, Peter Spiro, Chandra Sriram, & Veronica Raffo, eds., Routledge Press, 2007)).
  • Diego Rodriguez-Pinzon & Claudia Martin, La Prohibición de la Tortura y los Malos Tratos en el Sistema Interamericano (World Org. Against Torture 2007).
  • Richard J. Wilson, A Child in War: Detaining Omar Khadr Violates Our Moral and Legal Principles, Legal Times, April 2, 2007
  • Richard J. Wilson, Military Commissions in Guantánamo Bay: Giving Full and Fair Trial a Bad Name, 10 Gonzaga Journal of International Law 63 (2006-2007).