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Adeno Addis is the William Ray Forrester Professor of Public and Constitutional Law at Tulane University Law School. He received his B.A. and LL.B (Hons) from Macquarie University (Australia) and an LL.M. and a J.S.D. from Yale.

Alice Bullard, Ph.D., is former Associate Professor of History at the School for History, Technology and Society, The Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia; she is currently a J.D. candidate at Georgetown University Law Center class of 2010. Bullard edited Human Rights in Crisis (Ashgate, 2008), and with Matt Matsuda, Emotional Latitudes special issue of Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques (Spring 2008). She publishes as well on human rights, contemporary slavery and politics in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, and on transcultural psychiatry as practiced in Senegal and France. For the Environmental Defense Fund, she has worked on social and environmental oversight of extractive industries in Africa, and on African land laws and carbon offset projects.

David Crane is Professor, Syracuse University College of Law and former founding Chief Prosecutor of the International War Crimes Tribunal in West Africa, called the Special Court for Sierra Leone.

Jack Donnelly is the Andrew Mellon Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver.

Tony Evans is Reader in Global Politics at the University of Southampton. He has published widely on human rights, including The Politics of Human Rights: A Global Perspective (London: Pluto Press, 2d ed. 2005); “International Human Rights Law as Power and Knowledge,” 27 Human Rights Quarterly 1046 (2005); “If Democracy, Then Human Rights?”, 22 Third World Quarterly 623 (2001); and “Globalization, Human Rights and International Citizenship,” 26 Alternatives (2001). He is currently working on a monograph focusing on theoretical, institutional, and practical critiques of human rights, to be published by Lynne Rienner in 2009.

Owen Fiss is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University.

Laurel Fletcher, J.D., is Clinical Professor of Law and Director, International Human Rights Law Clinic, University of California, Berkeley School of Law. Her work focuses on the areas of transitional justice and humanitarian law, human rights and anti-terrorism, as well as globalization and migration.

David P. Forsythe is University Professor and Charles J. Mach Distinguished Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. During fall term 2007 he was the Gladstein Visiting Professor of Human Rights at the University of Connecticut. Recent books include The Humanitarians: The International Committee of the Red Cross (2005), [End Page 295] and Human Rights in International Relations, (2d ed. 2006). He is the general editor of The Human Rights Encyclopedia (Oxford University Press 2009, forthcoming).

Barbara A. Frey directs the Human Rights Program at the University of Minnesota. She is Director of Graduate Studies for the interdisciplinary Graduate Minor in Human Rights and teaches in the Institute for Global Studies and the Law School.

Alex Kirkup is a research student at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom. He has recently presented a paper entitled “Global Finance as the Production of Social Exclusion” drawn from his research which attempts to critique the orthodox account of globalization. Web: .

Alejandro Anaya Muñoz is professor and researcher of the Division of International Studies at the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) in Mexico City. He holds a B.A. in International Relations (Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City), an M.A. in Theory and Practice of Human Rights (Human Rights Centre, University of Essex, United Kingdom), and a Ph.D. in Government (Department of Government, University of Essex, United Kingdom). He has been teaching human rights courses in various Mexican universities since 2003. From 1994 to 1998 he worked for human rights NGOs in Chiapas. Several of his articles and book chapters on cultural diversity, indigenous peoples’ rights, and human rights have been published in peer-reviewed journals and edited books in Mexico and Europe. He is founder and co-director of the Revista Iberoamericana de Derechos Humanos.

Theodore S. Orlin is President of the International Human Rights Education Consortium (IHREC) and Clark Professor of Human Rights Scholarship and Advocacy, Utica College. Professor Orlin served as Honorary President of the IHRFFA 2008. He is...


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