Our undergraduates have produced the second number of the 2012 volume of Making the Case.
It is a tremendous effort and represents the work of some of our best and brightest. Several of the authors are Human Rights Minors. Some are going on the Human Rights graduate programs elsewhere. It was edited by Rachel Pevsner, who did a great job.
It’s a mix of historical works, interviews, art and music. I was impressed with all of the work, but especially essays by three of my students:
Geneva Brooks: Barriers to Resistance in
Rwanda and the Holocaust
Phoebe Bierly: Genocide Denial and the
Michael Hoye: Examining the Success of the
International Criminal Court