ANN Apr 8, 2007

New H-Net Network - H-Human-Rights

Matthew Gilmore

ANNOUNCING: H-Human-Rights: H-Net Network on Human Rights
http://www.h-net.org/~hrights/
Member of: H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online
http://www.h-net.org

On the heels of a very successful launch of H-Memory, H-Net proudly
announces
its newest addition, in cooperation with the Human Rights section of the
International Studies Association.

H-Human-Rights is a discussion network for scholars, policymakers,
authors, historians, and other interested people devoted to the history,
analysis, theory, and practice of human rights. It is a network developed
and
maintained by the Human Rights Section of the International Studies
Association
(HR-ISA) http://web.mac.com/vicfalls/iWeb/HR-ISA/HR-ISA.html
http://web.mac.com/vicfalls/iWeb/HR-ISA/About.html
although it is open to all.

The purpose of HR-ISA, and of the H-Human-Rights Network, is to
Encourage multidisciplinary debate, scholarship and teaching in the area of
human rights. This includes those in the disciplines of political science,
law,
history, philosophy, economics, sociology, anthropology, and other related
fields. It will foster discussion and other interaction between members of
the
ISA, as well as those outside of the ISA, with a view toward enhancing
debate,
academic research, policy development and teaching in the broad and varied
area
of human rights and related issues.

This list is intended to expand discussion of a variety of human rights
issues,
for example: war crimes, crimes against humanity, torture, and other
serious
violations of human rights, and accountability for these, as well as civil
and
political rights, economic, social, and cultural rights, rights of women
and
rights of the child, and many more conventional and customary rights, as
well
as the political and institutional structures involved in addressing human
rights.

The list, like HR-ISA, is not focused upon activism or advocacy of a
particular viewpoint or advocacy with reference to a particular concrete
situation, although discussion and analysis of particular situations are
obviously welcome. Postings related to demonstrations, calls to action, and
other issue activism are not allowed.

Check out the resources list at:
http://www.h-net.org/~hrights/resources.html
Suggestions for additions are welcome.

The goals of H-Net lists are to enable scholars to easily communicate
current
research and teaching interests; to discuss new approaches, methods and
tools
of analysis; to share information on electronic databases; and to test new
ideas and share comments on the literature in their fields. All network
messages are permanently archived and searchable.

Like all H-Net lists, H-Human-Rights is moderated to edit out material
that, in
the editors' opinion, is not germane to the list, involves technical
matters
(such as subscription management requests), is inflammatory, or violates
the
evolving, yet common, standards of Internet etiquette. H-Net's procedure
for
resolving disputes over list editorial practices is Article II, Section
2.20
of our bylaws, located at: http://www.h-net.org/about/by-laws.php
Logs and more information can also be located at:
http://www.h-net.org/~hrights/

Lead Editor: Kurt Mills k.millssocsci.gla.ac.uk

Sponsoring Organization: Human Rights Section of the International Studies
Association (ISA)

Editors and Advisory Board Members
Melissa Labonte, mlabonterichmond.edu, University of Richmond

Tristan Anne Borer, taborconncoll.edu, Connecticut College
Alison Brysk, abryskuci.edu, American University
David P. Forsythe, dforsytheunlnotes.unl.edu, University of Nebraska
Anthony Lang, al51st-andrews.ac.uk, University of St. Andrews
Alynna Lyon, Alynna.Lyonunh.edu, University of New Hampshire
Chandra Lekha Sriram, c.sriramuel.ac.uk, University of East London

To join H-Human-Rights, please send a message from the account Where you
wish
to receive mail, to:
listservh-net.msu.edu
(with no signatures or styled text,
word wrap off for long lines) and only this text:
sub H-Human-Rights firstname lastname, institution

Example: sub H-Human-Rights Leslie Jones, Pacific State U
Alternatively, you may go to <http://www.h-net.org/lists/subscribe.cgi> to
perform the same function as noted above. Follow the instructions you
receive
by return mail.

If you Have questions or experience difficulties in attempting to
subscribe,
please send a message to: helpmail.h-net.msu.edu

H-Net is an international network of scholars in the humanities and social
sciences that creates and coordinates electronic networks, using a variety
of
media, and with a common objective of advancing humanities and social
science
teaching and research. H-Net was created to provide a positive, supportive,
equalitarian environment for the friendly exchange of ideas and scholarly
resources, and is hosted by Michigan State University.

For more information about H-Net, write to vp-netmail.h-net.msu.edu
or point your web browser to: <http://www.h-net.org>

--
Matthew Gilmore
H-Net Vice President, Networks
H-Net: Humanities & Social Sciences Online
vp-netmail.h-net.msu.edu
<http://www.h-net.org>

Reference:
ANN: New H-Net Network - H-Human-Rights. In: ArtHist.net, Apr 8, 2007 (accessed Jun 26, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/29139>.

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