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In Edwidge Danticat: The Haitian Diasporic Imaginary, Professor Nadège T. Clitandre offers a comprehensive analysis of Danticat’s exploration of the dialogic relationship between nation and diaspora.

Professor Javiera Barandiarán's new book covers the politics of scientific advice across four environmental conflicts in Chile, when the state acted as a “neutral broker” rather than protecting the common good.

  • The Future of Human Rights

Drawing on Professor Alison Brysk's extensive experience as a leading human rights scholar and activist, The Future of Human Rights offers a broad and authoritative guide to the big questions in global human rights governance today.