Human rights from a Third World perspective : critique, history and international law / edited by José-Manuel Barreto.

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
ix, 453 pages ; 22 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Decolonial strategies and dialogue in the human rights field / José-Manuel Barreto
  • Who speaks for the "human" in human rights? / Walter Mignolo
  • Provincializing human rights? The Heideggerian legacy from Charles Malik to Dipesh Chakrabarty / Martin Woessner
  • The legacy of slavery: white humanities and its subject: a manifesto / Sabine Broeck
  • "Moral optics": biopolitics, torture and the imperial gaze of war photography / Eduardo Mendieta
  • Imperialism and decolonization as scenarios of human rights history / José-Manuel Barreto
  • Las Casas, Vitoria and Suárez, 1514-1617 / Enrique Dussel
  • The dual Haitian revolution and the making of freedom in modernity / Anthony Bogues
  • Love, justice and natural law: on Martin Luther King, Jr. and human rights / Vincent W. Lloyd
  • Human rights, southern voices: Yash Ghai and Upendra Baxi / William Twining
  • The rule of law in India / Upendra Baxi
  • Eddie Mabo and Namibia: land reform and precolonial land rights / Nico Horn
  • Universalizing human rights: the role of small states in the construction of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights / Susan Waltz
  • Forging a global culture of human rights: origins and prospects of the International Bill of Rights / Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat
  • Mode d'assujetissement: Charles Malik, Carlos Romulo and the emergence of the United Nations human rights regime / Glenn Mitoma.
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  • 1443840580
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