- ASA Section on Human Rights Newsletter – Summer 2017
- Deadline for Nominations – Human Rights Section Award: March 1st
- ASA Human Rights Section Newsletter – Spring 2017
- Sessions for 2017
- 2016 – 2017 Chair and Council Members
- Calling for professional resource submissions: syllabi, documentaries, etc.
- 2015 Election Results
- Welcome to the ASA Human Rights Webpage! Please Check On Our Progress, Regularly!
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Click to download: WebVers_ASASeconHRNewsletter_June2017v2 A Message from the Editors – Human Rights Violations, Transitional Justice, and Collective Memory This summer newsletter features contributions that discuss, “human rights violations, transitional justice, and collective memory.” Memories have been central to human rights endeavors … Continue reading
Friendly reminder about nominations for the section awards: https://asahumanrights.wordpress.com/award-recipients/ ASA Human Rights Section Gordon Hirabayashi Human Rights Book Award The Gordon Hirabayashi Human Rights Book Award Committee of the ASA Section on Human Rights is now accepting submissions for the … Continue reading
Download a PDF version of the newsletter: humanrightssection_asa_spring2017newsletter A Brief Message from the Editors We appreciate everyone who contributed to this newsletter on human rights in a new era. The content included in this newsletter responds to the context of a … Continue reading
Section sessions: Human Rights and Law from Above and Below: Comparative Perspectives Part 1 (invited with David Frank, University of California at Irvine; Hassan Abdel Salam, Dartmouth College; Elizabeth Heger Boyle, University of Minnesota, Monika Krause, Goldsmiths, University of London; … Continue reading
Congratulations to the following: Chair Elect Kiyoter Tsutsui, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Secretary Treasurer: Annie Fukushima, University of Utah Council Members: Elizabeth Boyle, University of Minnesota; Robin Stryker, University of Arizona Grad Student Representative: Vivian Shaw Please … Continue reading