Our new issue features a series of articles and a dossier, with a moving and thought-provoking set of materials organized by Jean-Philippe Dedieu on Mohamedou Slahi’s imprisonment and Guantánamo photography in between. Our articles revisit U.S. citizenship law and what the memory wars around the Rape of Nanking involved; our dossier provides a series of essays that review Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal’s major works over what was a much-noticed and revealing twentieth-century career.
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This review essay will appear in Humanity volume 9, issue 1. Advocacy in Conflict: Critical Perspectives on Transnational Activism Alex de Waal, editor Zed Books, 2015 Digital Humanitarians: How Big Data Is Changing the Face of Humanitarian Response Patrick Meier CRS Press, 2015 Dangerous Trade: Arms Exports, Human Rights, and International Reputation Jennifer Erickson Columbia University Press, 2015 On January 12, 2010, a devastating earthquake shook Haiti, leading to the collapse of much of its infrastructure, burying hundreds of thousands beneath the rubble. At a Continue reading →