Recent Faculty Publications in Human Rights

Almgren, Gunnar Robert. 2007. Health Care Politics, Policy, and Services: A Social Justice Analysis. New York: Springer Pub.

Barzilai, Gad. 2008. “Beyond relativism: where is political power in legal pluralism?” Theoretical Inquiries in Law 9(2): 395-416.

Barzilai, Gad, ed. 2007. Law and Religion. Aldershot, England: Ashgate.

Beckett, Katherine. 2010. Banished: The New Social Control in Urban America. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Beckett, Katherine, and Angelina Godoy. 2008. “Power, politics, and penality: Punitiveness as backlash in American democracies.” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 45: 139-173.

Beckett, Katherine, Alexes Harris, and Heather Evans. 2010. “Drawing Blood from Stones: Monetary Sanctions, Punishment and Inequality in the Contemporary United States.” American Journal of Sociology 115(6). forthcoming

Beckett, Katherine, and Naomi Murakawa. 2010. “Penology of Racial Innocence.” Law & Society Review 44. forthcoming

Cichowski, Rachel A. 2007. The European Court and Civil Society: Litigation, Mobilization and Governance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Cichowski, Rachel A. 2006. “Courts, Rights, and Democratic Participation.” Comparative Political Studies 39(1): 50-75.

Crawford, Robert. 2010. “Torture and the Ideology of National Security.” Global Dialogue 12(1).

Gardiner, Stephen Mark, ed. 2010. Climate Ethics: Essential Readings. New York: Oxford University Press. forthcoming

Godoy, Angelina Snodgrass. 2006. Popular Injustice: Violence, Community, and Law in Latin America. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press.

Godoy, Angelina Snodgrass, and Alejandro Cerón. 2009. “Intellectual property and access to medicines: an analysis of legislation in Central America.” Bulletin of the World Health Organization 87(10): 787-793.

Godoy, Angelina Snodgrass, Amanda M. Fulmer, and Philip Neff. 2008. “Indigenous Rights, Resistance, and the Law: Lessons from a Guatemalan Mine.” Latin American Politics and Society 50(4): 91-121.

Mayerfeld, Jamie. 2008. “In Defense of the Absolute Prohibition of Torture.” Public Affairs Quarterly 22(2): 109-128.

Mayerfeld, Jamie. 1999. Suffering and Moral Responsibility. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Osanloo, Arzoo. 2009. The Politics of Women's Rights in Iran. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

Osanloo, Arzoo. 2008. “Whence the Law: The Politics of Women's Rights, Regime Change, and the Vestiges of Reform in the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Radical History Review (101): 42-58.

Streichler, Stuart. 2008. “Mad about Yoo, or, Why Worry about the Next Unconstitutional War?.” The Journal of Law & Politics 24: 93-128.

Streichler, Stuart. 2010. “The Illusion of Accountability: The Idea of an American Truth Commission on Torture.” Global Dialogue 12(1-2).

Talbott, W. 2010. Human rights and human well-being. New York: Oxford University Press. forthcoming

Talbott, William J. 2005. Which Rights Should Be Universal? Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wolcher, Lewis E. 2007. “Human Rights and Human Suffering.” In Theoretical foundations of human rights : collected papers of the Second International Conference on Human Rights 17-18 May 2003, Qom Iran: Mofid University Publications.

Wolcher, Lewis E. 2007. “Senseless Kindness: the Politics of Cost-Benefit Analysis.” Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice 25: 147-202.

Wolcher, Lewis E. 2006. “The Tragic Foundations of Human Rights.” Wisconsin International Law Journal 24: 523-556.

Wolcher, Lewis E. 2006. “Universal Suffering and the Ultimate Task of Law.” Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 24: 362-399.

Wolcher, Louis. 2008. Law's Task: The Tragic Circle of Law, Justice, and Human Suffering. Burlington VT: Ashgate.

Center for Human Rights
University of Washington
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195

Angelina Snodgrass Godoy
Helen H. Jackson Endowed Chair in Human Rights
Director, Center for Human Rights

Gai-Hoai T. Nguyen
Associate Director, Center for Human Rights