New Issue: 27.1 Human Rights and Literature

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This is your chance to discover what experts in the field of literary studies have to say about human rights and literature. We hope you will enjoy an issue that offers you a cutting-edge appraisal of human rights discourse not only as juridically and politically but also as culturally motivated. Covering a wide range of topics as varied as a critical analysis of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Biutiful and Palestinian female suicide terrorism in by Amnesty International endorsed novels, our latest issue provides a short yet profound discussion of the theoretical and ideological axioms central to “the age of human rights”.

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