Journal Information 

Humanity is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to publishing original research and reflection on human rights, humanitarianism, and development in the modern and contemporary world.

An interdisciplinary enterprise, Humanity encourages relevant contributions from anthropology, economics, law, literature, history, philosophy, politics, public health, and sociology, as well as those contributions which seek to foster intersections between and among these disciplines.

Please submit all editorial inquiries with the aid of our contact page.

Editorial Collective

Ayça Çubukçu
London School of Economics
Tobias Kelly
University of Edinburgh
Angela Naimou
Clemson University
Vasuki Nesiah
New York University
Timothy Nunan
Free University of Berlin
Jessica Whyte
University of New South Wales

Editorial Board

Michel Agier
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
Daniel Immerwahr
Northwestern University
Antony Anghie
University of Utah
Thomas Keenan
Bard College
Michael Barnett
George Washington University
Sara Kendall
University of Kent
Orna Ben-Naftali
Striks School of Law-Israel
Martti Koskenniemi
University of Helsinki
Elizabeth Bernstein
Barnard College
Uma Kothari
University of Manchester
Hilary Charlesworth
University of Melbourne
Bronwyn Leebaw
University of California-Riverside
Eleni Coundouriotis
University of Connecticut
Gregory Mann
Columbia University
Nick Cullather
Indiana University
Sally Engle Merry
New York University
Colin Dayan
Vanderbilt University
Alexandra S. Moore
Binghamton University
Faisal Devji
University of Oxford
Jeanne Morefield
Whitman College
Mamadou Diouf
Columbia University
Benjamin Nathans
University of Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Dunn
Indiana University
Sundhya Pahuja
University of Melbourne
Jan Eckel
University of Tübingen
Peter Redfield
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Karen Engle
University of Texas-Austin
Davide Rodogno
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies-Geneva
Harri Englund
University of Cambridge
Richard Rottenburg
University of Halle
Luis Eslava
University of Kent
Karen-Margrethe L. Simonsen
Aarhus University
Samera Esmeir
University of California-Berkeley
Brad Simpson
University of Connecticut
Didier Fassin
Institute for Advanced Study, École des Hautes Études en Science Sociales
Sharon Sliwinski
Western University
James Ferguson
Stanford University
Lyndsey Stonebridge
University of East Anglia
Lynn Festa
Rutgers University
Corinna Unger
European University Institute
Conor Gearty
London School of Economics
Richard A. Wilson
University of Connecticut
Stephen Hopgood
SOAS-University of London

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