Human Rights books to keep an eye out for in 2010

Posted on January 2, 2010. Filed under: Books, Human Rights | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Happy New Year to all our readers. May 2010 be a great year for you all.  

Following are some of the books we have recently got wind of, so keep on the look out for their upcoming release. Based on initial reports, they seem like items worth exploring soon.  

1. The Geneva Conventions Under Assault

Sarah Perrigo and Jim Whitman  

Due: late March  

The Geneva Conventions Under Assault by Sarah Perrigo and Jim Whitman

2. Global Governance and Biopolitics: Regulating Human Security

David Roberts  

Due: early March  

Global Governance and Biopolitics - Regulating Human Security by David Roberts

Global Governance and Biopolitics - Regulating Human Security by David Roberts

3. The Devil and Mr. Casement: One Man’s Battle for Human Rights in South America’s Heart of Darkness

Jordan Goodman  

Due: mid Feb  

The Devil and Mr. Casement - One Man's Battle for Human Rights in South America's Heart of Darkness by Jordan Goodman

The Devil and Mr. Casement - One Man's Battle for Human Rights in South America's Heart of Darkness by Jordan Goodman

4. Before Eminent Domain: Toward a History of Expropriation of Land for the Common Good (Studies in Legal History)

Susan Reynolds  

The University of North Carolina Press  

Due: mid January  

Before Eminent Domain: Toward a History of Expropriation of Land for the Common Good

Before Eminent Domain: Toward a History of Expropriation of Land for the Common Good

5. Beyond Punishment in International Criminal Justice

Mark Findlay and Ralph Henham  

Due: early Jan  

Beyond Punishment in International Criminal Justice by Mark Findlay and Ralph Henham

Beyond Punishment in International Criminal Justice by Mark Findlay and Ralph Henham

6. Profiting from Diversity: The Business Advantages and the Obstacles to Achieving Diversity

Gloria Moss  

Due: early January  

Profiting from Diversity: The Business Advantages and the Obstacles to Achieving Diversity by Glora Moss

Profiting from Diversity: The Business Advantages and the Obstacles to Achieving Diversity by Gloria Moss

7. Worked Up Selves: Personal Development Workers, Self Work and Therapeutic Cultures

Elaine Swan  

Due: early January  

Worked Up Selves: Personal Development Workers, Self Work and Therapeutic Cultures by Elaine Swan

Worked Up Selves: Personal Development Workers, Self Work and Therapeutic Cultures by Elaine Swan

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