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Sociologos Sin Fronteras Internacional – Sociologists Without Borders International:

New Issue–Societies Without Borders/Nuevo nº-“Societies Without Borders”.

Societies Without Borders

Human Rights and the Social Sciences

Volume 9, Issue 3

A Word From the New Editors

Societies Without Borders 9:2 (2014) 142
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A Word From the New Editors
Bruce Friesen
University of Tampa
Brian K. Gran
Case Western Reserve University
We’re ready. Despite the daunting task of following in the steps
of editors whose work we deeply admire, we’re ready to take
responsibility for pushing the analysis of human rights implementation in
new directions. We anticipate increasing journal submissions – and, as a
matter of course, analysis of human rights issues — by advertising
internationally, publishing articles in other languages with a side-by-side
English translation, opening a section of the journal for quality articles
by undergraduate students, and reaching out to authors whose
environments do not include libraries, but rather day-to-day censorship.
We want to promote books and films that our editors call to celebrate.
Above all, we’ll continue the legacy of publishing quality articles that
offer new, crucial insights into human rights philosophy, scholarship,
strategy, and implementation. We know there is much more to do.
Drs. Blau, Brunsma, Iyall Smith, and Frezzo have done the hard
work of creating and building a platform for expression that is accessible,
rigorous, and sustainable. Needed now, perhaps more than ever, are
submissions from the global community that glean important and new
science-informed insights that produce knowledge. This knowledge is
needed to empower all of us to create a social world that is more
respectful, integrated, and just.
It is an honor to work with you as Societies Without Borders
moves forward.

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Volume 9, Issue 1

 

Volume 8, Issue 3

3 February 2014

Edited by David L. Brunsma, Keri E. Iyall Smith, and Mark Frezzo

Book Review Editor, Tugrul Keskin

Editorial Assistants Jennifer Sturman, Alessandra Tarantola,

and Heather Zellers

Articles

STEPHANIE K. DECKER & JOHN PAUL, WASHBURN UNIVERSITY

The Real Terrorist was Me: An Analysis of Narratives Told by Iraq Veterans Against the War in an Effort to Rehumanize Iraqi Civilians and Soldiers

CARLA DE YCAZA, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY & NICOLE FOX, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY

Narratives of Mass Violence: The Role of Memory and Memorialization in Addressing Human Rights Violations in Post-Conflict Rwanda and Uganda

Notes from the Field

MEGHAN E. CONLEY, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

“I Now Pronounce You PoliMigra”: Narrative Resistance to Police-ICE Interoperability

KEITH KERR, QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY

Freedom with Chinese Characteristics

Book Reviews

David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago

Review of White Party, White Government: Race, Class, and U.S. Politics by Joe R. Feagin

Silvia Giagnoni, AUBURN UNIVERSITY-MONTGOMERY

Review of Fair Trade from the Ground Up. New Markets for Social Justice by April Linton

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Volume 8, Issue 2

Edited by David L. Brunsma, Keri E. Iyall Smith, and Mark Frezzo Book Review Editor, Tugrul Keskin
Editorial Assistant, Brian Gresham

Articles

MAHMOUD “MAX” KASHEFI, EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

The “Arab Spring” and its Theoretical Significance: Samuel Huntington’s Theory, “The Clash of Civilizations,” Revisited

SEAN CHABOT & MAJID SHARIFI, EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

The Violence of Nonviolence: Problematizing Nonviolent Resistance in Iran and Egypt

STEVEN L. ARXER, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS— DALLAS

Constructing Gendered NGO Selves: Utilizing Identity Work to Assess NGO Gender Advocacy and Politics

Notes From the Field

DEEB PAUL KITCHEN II, FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY

A Critical View of Graduate Unions

PABLO LAPEGNA, UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

The Expansion of Transgenic Soybeans and the Killing of Indigenous Peasants in Argentina

Book Reviews

JOELLEN PEDERSON, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Review of Immigration, Labor, and the Politics of Belonging in France by Elaine Thomas

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Societies Without Borders
Human Rights and the Social Sciences
Volume 8, Issue 1
Edited by David L. Brunsma, Keri E. Iyall Smith, and Mark Frezzo Book Review Editor, Tugrul Keskin
Editorial Assistant, Brian Gresham
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Edited by David L. Brunsma, Keri E. Iyall Smith, and Mark Frezzo
Book Review Editor, Tugrul Keskin
Editorial Assistant, Brian Gresham

Societies Without Borders
 Human Rights and the Social Sciences

Volume 7, Issue 4

Mais informação no link acima.
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Sociologos Sin Fronteras Internacional – Sociologists Without Borders International:

New Issue–Societies Without Borders/Nuevo nº-”Societies Without Borders”.

Societies Without Borders
Human Rights and the Social Sciences
Mais informação no link acima.

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