Monday, May 12, 2014

Bringing Human Rights Home (in Three Ungated Articles)

We've previously noted the contents of Law and History Review 32:3.  We now learn, via Bringing Human Rights Home, a post on LHR Editor Elizabeth Dale's blog, that the three article addressing human rights are freely accessible until May 31:

The Right to Asylum: Britain's 1905 Aliens Act and the Evolution of Refugee Law
Alison Bashford and Jane McAdam

Race versus Religion in the Making of the International Convention Against Racial Discrimination, 1965
Ofra Friesel

Making the World in Atlanta's Image: The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Morris Abram, and the Legislative History of the United Nations Race Convention
H. Timothy Lovelace, Jr.

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