Category: Human Rights & Law

Besteman Reconnects with Refugees

Penn Press author and Colby College professor Catherine Besteman discussed her involvement with Maine’s growing African immigrant community in a recent New Yorker article by William Finnegan. A year ago,… READ MORE

The Pinochet Effect and Other Books

As Chileans celebrate and mourn the death of General Augusto Pinochet, these books offer insights on the legacy of his deeds and those who sought to bring him to justice…. READ MORE

Child Soldiers is “groundbreaking”

PsycCRITIQUES, the APA Review of Books, recently examined Child Soldiers in Africa by Alcinda Honwana. The reviewers praised Honwana for contributing to social research on Lusophone African nations, such as… READ MORE

Eichmann’s Reappearance

A recent Human Rights & Human Welfare review of Harry Mulisch’s Criminal Case 40/61, the Trial of Adolf Eichman: An Eyewitness Account, translated by Robert Malcom, compares Mulisch’s portrait of… READ MORE

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