Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project by G. Bhambra

Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project

EditorG. Bhambra, R. Shilliam

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This volume presents a range of topical investigations into the human rights field as well as providing an original and provocative investigation of some of the topic through the theoretical lens of silence.

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GURMINDER K. BHAMBRA is Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department at the University of Warwick, UK. She is author of Rethinking Modernity: Postcolonialism and the Sociological Imagination which won the 2008 Philip Abrams Memorial Prize for best first book in Sociology.  ROBBIE SHILLIAM is Lecturer in Political Science and Intern...
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Title:Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested ProjectFormat:HardcoverDimensions:336 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.04 inPublished:November 27, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230222765

ISBN - 13:9780230222762

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Silence and Human Rights; G. K. Bhambra and R. Shilliam
PART I: FOUNDING SILENCES: THE QUESTION OF HUMANITY
How oppression thrives where truth is not allowed a voice. The Spanish Polemic about the American Indians; 
M. J. Rodrguez -Salgado
No More no Less: What Slaves thought about their Humanity; S. N. Grovogui
PART II: FOUNDING SILENCES: THE PRACTICES OF EXCLUSION
The Rites of Dispossession: Medieval and Modern; N. Inayatullah and D. L. Blaney
That all men are created equal: Rights talk and Exclusion in North America; R. Marden
PART III: INSTITUTIONAL SILENCES: CITIZENSHIP AND EXCLUSION
Is the Right to Sovereignty a Human Right? The Idea of Sovereign Freedom and the Jewish State; J. Cocks
A Continuity of Silence in Serbia: From the Irrelevance of Human Rights to Collective Crime, and Beyond; N. Dimitrijevic
PART IV: INSTITUTIONAL SILENCES: CITIZENSHIP AND INCLUSION
Population Exchanges of the Balkans and Asia Minor at the Fin de Sicle. The Imposition of Political Subjectivities in the Modern World Order; R. Ozdemir
Silencing to Protect: The Debate over Womens Rights in France and Canada; L.Bassel
All too Meaningful Silences: The European Court of Human Rights Disappointing Case Law on Racial Discrimination; M-B. Dembour
PART V: CONTESTED SILENCES: THE RIGHTS OF THE POOR
Silencing the Sovereignty of the Poor in Haiti ; T. di Muzio
Rights Beyond the Urban-rural Divide: South Africas Landless Peoples Movement and the Creation of a Landless Subjectivity;
A. Alexander
Conclusion: Human Rights in Contemporary Global Perspective; R. Shilliam and G. K. Bhambra
Epilogue: Whom may we speak for, with, and after? Re-silencing Human Rights; U. Baxi
Endnotes
Bibliography