Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights
The issue of human rights has in our time come to dominate headlines and profoundly affect relations among nations and peoples. Drawing from the work of top authorities from the fields of international law, political science, international relations, and advocacy studies, volumes in the series shed light on a complex array of human rights topics, from genocide to reproductive freedom, from education to statistical measurement, in regions from China to Guatemala.
Bert B. Lockwood
Professor and Director, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, University of Cincinnati College of Law
Staff Editorial Contact:
Walter Biggins, Editor-in-Chief