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March 18, 2014

 Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, Ph.D., FRSC.
Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3C5
Tel (519) 884-0710 ext. 2780, fax (519) 884-8854, email hassmann@wlu.ca

N.B. Please note that until 1999 I published as Rhoda E. Howard.
* indicates publication is in a refereed journal or volume, or is or will be submitted for review.
All unpublished articles available from author at hassmann@wlu.ca



BOOKS

In progress

State Food Crimes, proposal under review, projected date of completion Dec. 31, 2015

2014: Co-editor (with Margaret Walton-Roberts), Slippery Citizenship, contracted for publication by University of Pennsylvania Press, subject to favourable review.

Published

*2010. Can Globalization Promote Human Rights? University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

*2008. Reparations to Africa. (with Anthony P. Lombardo) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

*2008. Co-Editor (with Mark Gibney, Jean-Marc Coicaud and Niklaus Steiner) The Age of Apology: Facing Up to the Past (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press)

*2006. Co-Editor (with Claude E. Welch, Jr.) Economic Rights in Canada and the United States (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press). (Named a notable book for 2008 by the United States Human Rights network, a coalition of 200 non-governmental organizations)

*2003. Compassionate Canadians: Civic Leaders Discuss Human Rights (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), pp. xi, 322. (Named 2004 Outstanding Book on Human Rights by the human rights section, American Political Science Association).

*1995. Human Rights and the Search for Community, (Boulder: Westview) pp. 255.

1987. Co-editor, with Jack Donnelly, International Handbook of Human Rights (Greenwood Press: New York), pp. 495.

*1986. Human Rights in Commonwealth Africa (Rowman and Littlefield: Totowa, N.J.), pp. xiii, 250. Runner-up, Joel Gregory Prize for best book in African Studies, Canadian Association of African Studies, 1988)

1978. Colonialism and Underdevelopment in Ghana (Croom Helm, London; and Holmes and Meier Africana Series, New York), pp. 244.

Articles and Papers

a)Unpublished and Forthcoming

2014. “The Right to Food under Hugo Chavez,” submitted for review.

2014. “Social Change and Human Rights,” forthcoming in Anya Mihr and Mark Gibney, eds., The SAGE Handbook of Human Rights, Sage.

2013/14, “State Enslavement in North Korea” Forthcoming in Contemporary Slavery and Human Rights (Eds. Annie Bunting and Joel Quirk), UBC Press, under contract, chapter 10. Available on-line at Genocide Watch, http://genocidewatch.org/images/N.Korea_12_2_22_state_enslavement.pdf.

b) Published

*2013. “Reconsidering the Right to Own Property, “ Journal of Human Rights, vol. 12, pp. 180-97.

2013. “Historical Amnesia, Genocide, and the Rejection of Universal Human Rights,” in Mark Goodale, ed. Human Right at the Crossroads, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 172-82.

*2012. “State-Induced Famine and Penal Starvation in North Korea,” Genocide Studies and Prevention, vol.7, no. 2/3, pp. 147-65.

2012. “The Sceptical Forsythe: Peace, Human Rights, and Realpolitik,” Journal of Human Rights, vol. 11, no. 3, 356-9.

*2012. “Official Apologies,” Transitional Justice Review, vol. 1, no.1, pp. 31-53.

*2012. “Human Security: Undermining Human Rights?” Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 88-112.

*2011. “Universal Women’s Rights since 1970: The Centrality of Autonomy and Agency,” Journal of Human Rights, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 433-39.

*2011. “Accentuating the Negative: Reply to Arat and Hertel,” Journal of Human Rights, vol. 10, no. 4, 467-76.

*2011. “Faminogenesis: State Policies that Undermine the Right to Food (A Lecture in memory of Peter Baehr,” Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 560-77.

*2011. “The Yellow Sweatshirt: Human Dignity and Economic Human Rights in Advanced Industrial Democracies,” in Shareen Hertel and Kathryn Libal, eds. Human Rights in the USA: Beyond Exceptionalism, New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 25-45..

*2010. “Mugabe’s Zimbabwe 2000-2009. Massive Human Rights Violations and the Failure to Protect,” accepted for publication, Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 898-920.

2010. “Reparations to Africa for the Slave Trade: a Qualified ‘No’”, World Geography: Understanding a Changing World: ABC-CLIO. http://worldgeography2.abc-clio.com

2010. “Zimbabwe: Genocide or Crimes against Humanity,” The ISG Newsletter, no. 44, spring, pp. 4-6.

*2009. “Zimbabwe,” in David P. Forsythe, ed. Encyclopedia of Human Rights, Vol. 5, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 399-406.

*2009. “Globalization,” in David P. Forsythe, ed. Encyclopedia of Human Rights, Vol. 2, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 321-330.

*2009. "An Airborne Disease: Globalization through African Eyes," in Steven Bernstein and William Coleman, eds. Unsettled Legitimacy: Political Community, Power and Authority in a Global Era, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, pp. 241-58.

2009. “Universal Human Rights: How Public Sociology Can Help Shape This Universal Value,” in Vincent Jeffries, ed. Handbook of Public Sociology, Lanham, Md; Rowman and Littlefield; pp. 357-73.

2009. “Reply to Paul O’Connell,” Human Rights Law Review, vol. 9, no. 1, 127-33.

* 2007. “Reparations for the Slave Trade: Rhetoric, Law, History and Political Realities. “ Canadian Journal of African Studies. Vol. 41, no 3, pp. 427-54.

*2007. ”Germany, Afterwards,” (review article), Human Rights and Human Welfare (online journal). http://www.du.edu/gsis/hrhw/volumes/2008/howard-hassmann-2008.pdf.

*2007. (with Mark Gibney, junior author), "Introduction: Why Do (Some) Westerners Want to Apologize?", in The Age of Apology: Facing Up to the Past, Mark Gibney, Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, Jean-Mark Coicaud and Niklaus Steiner, eds. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), pp. 1-9.

*2007. (with Anthony P. Lombardo, co-author). "Words Require Action: African Elite Opinion about Apologies from the West," in The Age of Apology: Facing Up to the Past, Mark Gibney, Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, Jean-Mark Coicaud and Niklaus Steiner, eds. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), pp. 216-28.

*2007. "Human Rights" in John Middleton, Editor in Chief, and Joseph C. Miller, eds. New Encyclopedia of Africa, Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, Vol. 2, pp. 624-29.

2007. “Human Security and Multiculturalism in Canada,” in Ineke Boerefijn and Jenny Goldschmidt, editors, Human Rights in the Polder, (Antwerp-Oxford: Intersentia.)

*2007. (with Susan Dicklitch), "Public Policy and Economic Rights in Ghana and Uganda," in Shareen Hertel and Lanse Minkler, eds., Economic Rights: Conceptual, Measurement and Policy Issues, Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press, pp. 325-344.

2007. “Helen Fein: Scholar and Friend,” in Joyce Apsel and Barbara Harff, eds. Essays in Honor of Helen Fein, New York: International Association of Genocide Scholars, pp. 43-45.

2007. “Politics of Naming and Politics of Responsibility,” Human Rights and Human Welfare, Online Roundtable, http://www.du.edu/gsis/hrhw/roundtable/2007/howard-hassmann-2007c.html

2007. “Oppressing Women: Who Benefits and How?” Human Rights and Human Welfare, Online Roundtable, http://www.du.edu/gsis/hrhw/roundtable/2007/howard-hassmann-2007b.html

2007. “Cultural Rage: A Severe Threat to Gay Men,” Human Rights and Human Welfare, Online Roundtable, http://www.du.edu/gsis/hrhw/roundtable/2007/howard-hassmann-2007a.html.

2007. “Reply to the Commentaries,” African Studies Review, vol. 50, no. 1, pp. 56-58.

*2007. (with Anthony P. Lombardo, junior author), "Framing Reparations Claims: Differences Between the African and Jewish Social Movements for Reparations,” African Studies Review, vol. 50, no. 1, pp. 27-48.

2007. "Reparations as Luxury or as Basic Need: Atonement for Canadians, Redistribution for Africans," in Diane E. Davis, ed. Political Power and Social Theory, Oxford: Jai Press, vol. 18, pp. 227-36.

*2006. "Justice for Africa," in Ronald Tinnevelt and Gert Verschraegen, eds. Between Cosmopolitan Ideals and State Sovereignty: Studies in Global Justice, (Houndmills-New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 64-74.

2006. Summary of “An Airborne Disease: Globalization through African Eyes”. Globalization and Autonomy Online Compendium. Available: www.globalautonomy.ca.

*2006. (with Claude E. Welch, Jr.) "Looking at Ourselves," in Economic Rights in Canada and the United States, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1-22.

2006. "Reply to Adamantia Pollis," Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 28, no. 1, February, pp. 277-278.

2006. “Africa, and my Interest in Human Rights,” in José C. Curto and Yacine Daddi Addoun , eds. Newsletter of the Canadian Association of African Studies, Fall 2006, pp. 3-6.

2005. “Genocide and State-Induced Famine: Global Ethics and Western Responsibility for Mass Atrocities in Africa,” in Joe Masciulli and Richard B. Day, eds., “Globalization and Political Ethics”, a special issue of Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, vol. 4, no. 3-4, pp. 487-516.

*2005. (With Anthony P. Lombardo, senior author), “Africans on Reparations: An Analysis of Elite and Activist Opinion,” Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 39, no. 3, pp. 517-548.

2005. "A truth commission for Africa?", International Journal, vol. LX, no. 4, (autumn), pp. 999-1016.

*2005. "Genocide," in Globalization and Autonomy Online Compendium, eds. Will Coleman, Nancy Johnson, Geoffrey Rockwell and Andrew Mactavish. Globalization and Autonomy Research Project, http://strange.mcmaster.ca.

*2005. "Women's Rights," in Globalization and Autonomy Compendium, Globalization and Autonomy Online Compendium, eds. Will Coleman, Nancy Johnson, Geoffrey Rockwell and Andrew Mactavish. Globalization and Autonomy Research Project, http://strange.mcmaster.ca.

*2005. "International Human Rights (Graduate)", in Joyce A. Apsel, ed. Teaching about Human Rights, Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association, pp. 71-76. (Course syllabus)

*2005. (with Adrian L. Jones, senior author), "Under Strain: Human Rights and International Law in the Post 9/11 Era," Journal of Human Rights, vol. 4, no.1, January-March, pp. 61-71.

*2005. “The Second Great Transformation: Human Rights Leapfrogging in the Era of Globalization”, Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 27, no. 1, 1-40.

*2005. “Culture, Human Rights, and the Politics of Resentment in the Era of Globalization,” Human Rights Review, vol. 6, no. 1, (October – December, 2004), pp 5 - 26.

*2004. "Getting to Reparations: Japanese Americans and African Americans," Social Forces, vol. 83, no. 2, December, pp. 823-40.

2004. “Reparations to Africa and the Group of Eminent Persons," Cahiers d’Etudes africaines, XLIV (1-2), 173-174, pp. 81-97.

*2004. “The Flogging of Bariya Magazu: Nigerian Politics, Canadian Pressures, and Women’s and Children’s Rights,” Journal of Human Rights, vol. 3, no. 1, (March), pp. 3-20.

2003. "Moral Integrity and Reparations for Africa”, in John Torpey, ed. Politics and the Past: On Repairing Historical Injustices, Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 193-215.

2003. "Moral Integrity and Reparations to Africa", in George Ulrich and Louise Krabbe Boserup, eds. Human Rights in Development -- Reparations: Redressing Past Wrongs, Oslo: Nordic Human Rights Publications, pp. 341-67. (Earlier version of article of same name, above).

*2002. "Sins of the Fathers: Canadian Civic Leaders Discuss Employment Equity", Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, vol. 21, pp. 255-276.

2002. "(Dis)Embedded Women", Michigan Journal of International Law, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 227-240.

2002. "Human Rights and Genocide (Course Outline)", in Joyce Apsel and Helen Fein, eds., Teaching about Genocide: An Interdisciplinary Guidebook. Washington, D.C., American Sociological Association, pp.194-98.

*2001. "The Gay Cousin: Learning to Accept Gay Rights", in Journal of Homosexuality, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 127-49. Also available online at University of Denver, Human Rights Working Papers Series, http://www.du.edu/humanrights/workingpapers/.

*2001. "Gay Rights and the Right to a Family: Conflicts Between Liberal and Illiberal Belief Systems", Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 23, no. 1 (February), pp. 73-95. (slightly revised reprint from Peter Baehr, Cees Flinterman and Mignon Senders, eds., Innovation and Inspiration: Fifty Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.

2001. "Column: Bread and Tea", Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, vol. 19, no. 1, (March) pp. 3-4.

*2000. "Multiculturalism, Human Rights, and Cultural Relativism: Canadian Civic Leaders Discuss Women's Rights and Gay and Lesbian Rights", Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, vol. 18, no. 4, (December), pp. 493-514.

*2000. "Canadians Discuss Freedom of Speech: Individual Rights versus Group Protection",

International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 109-38. Also available online at University of Denver, Human Rights Working Papers Series, http://www.du.edu/humanrights/workingpapers/.

*2000. "Rebuttal to Abu-Laban and Stasiulis", Canadian Public Policy, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 489-93.

*1999. "Canadian' as an Ethnic Category: Implications for Multiculturalism and National Unity", Canadian Public Policy, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 523-37.

1999. "Academic Freedom and Inclusivity in Canadian Universities" in Cyril Levitt, Scott Davies and Neil McLaughlin, eds. Mistaken Identities: The Second Wave of Controversy over "Political Correctness" (New York: Peter Lang), pp. 172-86.

1999. "Women's Rights as Group Rights", in Cyril Levitt, Scott Davies and Neil McLaughlin, eds. Mistaken Identities: The Second Wave of Controversy over APolitical Correctness" (New York: Peter Lang), pp. 130-45.

1999. "Capitalism and Human Rights" (Review Article), Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, vol. 5, pp. 283-89.

1999. "Gay Rights and the Right to a Family", in Peter Baehr, Cees Flinterman and Mignon Senders, eds., Innovation and Inspiration: Fifty Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Amsterdam: RoyalNetherlandsAcademy of Arts and Sciences, pp. 111-129.

1998. "History Stalks Before it Strikes: Tightened Identity and the Right to Self-Determination", in M. Castermans, F. van Hoof and J. Smith, eds., The Role of the Nation-State in the 21st Century, The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International, pp. 61-78.

*1998. "Being Canadian: Citizenship in Canada", Citizenship Studies, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 133-52.

*1998. "Human Rights and the Culture Wars", International Journal, vol. 53, no.1.

1998. "Are (Should) Human Rights (Be) Universal", Update on Law-Related Education (American Bar Association), vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 29, 31 and 32.

(Somewhat revised version of "Human Rights and the Necessity for Cultural Change", in Focus on Law Studies (a publication of the American Bar Association), Vol. 8, no. 1, Fall 1992, pp. 4 and 6).

1997. "Human Rights", in John Middleton, ed. Encyclopaedia of Sub-Saharan Africa, New York: Simon and Schuster.

*1997. "Curriculum Development for an Interdisciplinary Minor", in George Andreopoulos and Richard Pierre Claude eds. Human Rights Education for the Twenty-First Century, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 209-20.

*1997. (unsigned) "Canada", in Kevin Boyle and Juliet Sheen, eds. Freedom of Religion and Belief: a World Report (London: Routledge), pp. 100-110.

1996. (with Jack Donnelly) "Human Rights Self-Monitoring: A Proposal for the Northern European Democracies" (Bergen, Norway: Christian Michelsen Institute), pp. 27.

*1995-6. "Civil Conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: Internally-Generated Causes", International Journal, vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 27-53.

*1995. Editorial (unsigned). "Human Rights Have Always Been Women's Rights". Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, vol. 13, no.4, pp. 365-6.

1995. "Genocide [course outline]", in More Teaching About International Organization: Selected Syllabi. (Providence, RI: Academic Council on the United Nations, Thomas J. Watson Institute, BrownUniversity), pp. 103-7.

*1995. "Occidentalism, Human Rights, and the Obligations of Western Scholars", Canadian Journal of African Studies, 29, 1.

*1995. "Human Rights and the Search for Community" (summary of volume of the same name), Journal of Peace Research, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 1-8.

*1993. "Women's Rights and the Right to Development in Sub-Saharan Africa" in Ronald Cohen, Goran Hyden and Winston P. Nagan, eds., Human Rights and Governance in Africa (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1992), pp. 111-38.

*1993. "Cultural Absolutism and the Nostalgia for Community", Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 15, no 2, May, pp. 315-38.

1992. "Health Costs of Social Degradation and Female Self-Mutilation in North America", in Kathleen Mahoney and Paul Mahoney, eds. Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century: a Global Challenge (Amsterdam: Martinus Nijhoff), pp. 503-16.

*1992. "Communitarianism and Liberalism in the Debates on Human Rights in Africa", Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 1, no 4, 1992, pp. 1-21.

*1992. "Human Rights and Democratization in Nigeria: Comparison with Indonesia", Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights vol. 4, no. 10, pp. 414-46.

1992. "Human Rights and the Necessity for Cultural Change", in Focus on Law Studies (a publication of the American Bar Association), Vol. 8, no. 1, Fall 1992, pp. 4 and 6.

1992. "Practical Problems of Monitoring Human Rights Violations", in Alex P. Schmid and Albert J. Jongman, eds., Monitoring Human Rights Violations (Leiden: Center for the Study of Social Conflicts, Faculty of Social Sciences, Leiden University, Publication No. 43), pp. 73-83.

*1992. "Dignity, Community and Human Rights", in Abdullahi A. An-Na'im, ed. Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives: A Quest for Consensus (Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press), pp. 81-102.

1992. "Genocide and Ethnicity" [Course Outline], in Joyce Freedman-Apsel and Helen Fein, eds. Teaching about Genocide (Ottawa: Human Rights Internet, University of Ottawa on behalf of Institute for the Study of Genocide, New York), pp. 86-90.

1991. "Repression and State Terror in Kenya, 1982-88", in P. Timothy Bushnell, Vladimir Schlapentokh, Christopher K. Vanderpool and Jeyaratnam Sundram, eds., State-Organized Terror: the Case of Violent Internal Repression (Boulder: Westview), pp. 77-97.

1991. "Genocide in Croatia (1941-1945) and Ethnic Denial and Backlash", ISG (Institute for the Study of Genocide) Newsletter, no. 8 (Fall), pp. 2 and 10.

1991. "Commentary" on Jean-Denis Archambault, "Les Meandres Juridiques de l'Acces a une Justice 'Alternative' dans les Pays en Voie de Developpement", Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, vol. 10, pp. 447-50.

1991. "The National Question in Canada: Quebec", Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 412-19.

*1990. "Group Versus Individual Identity in the African Debate on Human Rights" in Abdullahi A. An-Na'im and Francis Deng (eds.) Human Rights in Africa: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution), pp. 159-83.

*1990. (with Jack Donnelly) "Confronting Revolution in Nicaragua: U.S. and Canadian Responses" (New York: Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs), distributed by the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Pew Case Studies Center, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

1990. "Monitoring Human Rights: Problems of Consistency", Ethics and International Affairs, vol. 4, 33-52.

1990. "Civil/Political Rights and Canadian Development Assistance", in Irving Brecher, ed. Human Rights, Development and Foreign Policy: Canadian Perspectives, (Canadian Institute for International Affairs), pp. 355-75.

*1989. "Human Rights, Development and Foreign Policy", in David P. Forsythe, ed. Human Rights and Development: International Views, (London: Macmillan) pp. 213-34.

*1988. "Black Africa and South Africa", in Robert O. Matthews and Cranford Pratt, eds. Human Rights in Canadian Foreign Policy (Montreal: McGill-Queen's Press), pp. 265-284.

*1988. (with Jack Donnelly) "Assessing National Human Rights Performance: A Theoretical Framework, Human Rights Quarterly, 10, 2, pp. 214-248.

*1988. "Third World Trade Unions as Agencies of Human Rights: The Case of Commonwealth Africa", in Roger Southall, ed. Trade Unions and the New Industrialization of the Third World (London: Zed Press; Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press; and Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press), pp. 231-249.

1987. "Human Rights in Black Africa and South Africa: An Illegitimate Comparison", Transafrica Forum, 5, 1, pp. 39-56.

1987. (with Jack Donnelly), "Introduction" to Donnelly and Howard, (eds.) International Handbook on Human Rights (New York: Greenwood Press), 1-28.

*1987. (Jack Donnelly), "Liberalism, Human Rights and Human Dignity" [reply to Neil Mitchell], American Political Science Review, 81, 3, pp. 924-927.

*1986. "Is There an African Concept of Human Rights?", in R.J. Vincent, ed. Foreign Policy and Human Rights (Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press for the Royal Institute of International Affairs), pp. 11-31.

*1986. (with Jack Donnelly) "Human Dignity, Human Rights and Political Regimes", American Political Science Review 80, No. 3, pp. 801-817.

1985. "Women and the Crisis in Commonwealth Africa", International Political Science Review, special issue on women (ed. Renate Siemienska), 6, No. 3, pp. 287-296.

1985. "Law and Economic Rights in Commonwealth Africa," California Western International Law Journal, vol. 15, no. 3, (Summer), pp. 607-632.

*1985. "Legitimacy and Class Rule in Commonwealth Africa: Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law", Third World Quarterly 7, No. 2, pp. 323-347.

*1984. "Evaluating Human Rights in Africa: Some Problems of Implicit Comparisons", Human Rights Quarterly 6, No. 4, pp. 160-179.

*1984. "Women's Rights in English-Speaking Sub-Saharan Africa" in Claude E. Welch, Jr. and Robert I. Meltzer, eds. Human Rights and Development in Africa (New York: SUNY Press), pp. 46-74.

*1983. "The `Full-Belly' Thesis: Should Economic Rights take Priority over Civil and Political Rights? Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa", Human Rights Quarterly 5, No. 4, pp. 467-490.

1982. "Human Rights and Personal Law: Women in Sub-Saharan Africa", Issue: A Journal of Africanist Opinion 12, Nos. 1/2, pp. 45-52.

*1981. "The Canadian Government Response to Africa's Refugee Problem", Canadian Journal of African Studies 15, No. 1, pp. 95-116.

*1980. "Formation and Stratification of the Peasantry in Colonial Ghana", Journal of Peasant Studies 8, No. 1, pp. 61-80.

*1980. "The Dilemma of Human Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa", International Journal 35, No. 4, pp. 724-747.

*1980. "Contemporary Canadian Refugee Policy: A Critical Assessment", Canadian Public Policy 6, No. 2, pp. 361-373.

*1976. "Differential Class Participation in an African Protest Movement: the GhanaCocoa Boycott of 1937-38", Canadian Journal of African Studies 10, No. 3, pp. 469-480.

*1976. "Economic Imperialism and Oligopolization of Trade in the Gold Coast: 1886-1939", Ufahamu 7, No. 1, pp. 71-92.

c) Other

2004. "Meat Market" and "Ius Sanguinis", poetry in Journal of Genocide Research.

2001. "Les Droits de la Personne Universels", website of Canadian Human Rights Foundation, http://www.chrf.ca/francais/programmes_fran/files/ifdp/past-sessions-22/Universal-rights-fr%20.pdf.

2000. “Identity, Empathy and International Relations,” available on line at McMasterUniversity, Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, Working Paper GHC 00/2, April 2000,http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~global/global.htm.

1992 "An Introduction to the Debates on Human Rights in Africa", teaching MS not submitted for publication. Available on request.

1991. "International Human Rights as a Social Problem", Occasional paper, Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies.

BOOK REVIEWS

64 book reviews published or forthcoming in African Book Publishing Record, African Economic History, African Studies Review, Africana Journal, American Historical Review, American Political Science Review, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, Canadian Ethnic Studies, Canadian Journal of African Studies, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Canadian Journal of Sociology, Canadian Journal of Sociology Online, Canadian Public Administration, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Contemporary Sociology, Human Rights Quarterly, Institute for the Study of Genocide Newsletter, International Journal, Journal of African History, Journal of Church and State, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Journal of Genocide Research, McMaster University Faculty Association Newsletter, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Perspectives on Politics, Resources for Feminist Research.

TRANSLATIONS AND REPRINTS

2008. “‘Canadian” as an Ethnic Category: Implications for Multiculturalism and National Unity,”in Michelle Webber and Kate Bezanson, eds. Rethinking Society in the 21st Century: Critical Readings in Sociology, 2cd. Ed., Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 232-41.

2008. “Reparations for the Slave Trade: Rhetoric, Law, History and Political Realities,” in A. Sabitha, ed., Redressing Injustice: Reparations, Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, India, pp. 17-45.

2007. (with Jack Donnelly) “Liberalism and Human Rights: a Necessary Connection" in Micheline R. Ishay, ed. The Human Rights Reader, 2nd edition, New York: Routledge, 2007, pp. 404-10.

2007. “Genocide and State-Induced Famine: Global Ethics and Western Responsibility for Mass Atrocities in Africa,” in Richard B. Day and Joe Masciulli, eds., Globalization and Political Ethics, Leiden-Boston: Brill, pp. 237-66.

2006. “(Dis)Embedded Women,” in Anthony D’Amato and Jennifer Abbassi, eds. International Law Today: A Handbook, St. Paul, MN: Thomson West, pp. 126-7.

2006. ‘The Full-Belly Thesis”, in Christof Heyns and Karen Stefiszyn, eds. Human Rights, Peace and Justice in Africa: a Reader, Pretoria: PretoriaUniversity Law Press, pp. 75-82.

2006. “‘Canadian” as an Ethnic Category: Implications for Multiculturalism and National Unity,” in Sean P. Hier and B. Singh Bolaria, eds. Identity and Belonging: Rethinking Race and Ethnicity in Canada, Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, pp. 217-232, reprinted from Canadian Public Policy, vol. 25, no. 4, 1999,. pp. 523-37.

2006. “Druga Velika Preobrazba: Preskoki ?lovekovih Pravic V Dobi Globalizacije” in Miro Ha?ek and Drago Zajc (eds), Demokracija V Globalizaciji – Globalizacija V Demokraciji, (Ljubljana, Slovenia) pp. 29-44. Translation into Slovenian of “The Second Great Transformation: Human Rights Leapfrogging in the Era of Globalization”, in Richard Pierre Claude and Burns H. Weston, eds, Human Rights in the World Community: Issues and Action, 3rd. ed., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006, pp. 53-63.

2006. “The Second Great Transformation: Human Rights Leapfrogging in the Era of Globalization”, in Richard Pierre Claude and Burns H. Weston, eds, Human Rights in the World Community: Issues and Action , 3rd. ed., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 53-63, abridged version of article of same title, Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 27, no. 1, 2005, 1-40.

2005. Excerpt from "Law and Economic Rights in Commonwealth Africa," California Western International Law Journal, vol. 15, no. 3, (Summer 1985), in Jeanne M. Woods and Hope Lewis, eds. Human Rights and the Global Marketplace: Economic, Social and Cultural Dimensions, Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers, pp. 449-50.

2000. HAM: Penjelajahan Dalih Relativisme Budaya, Jakarta: Pustaka Utama Grafiti (Indonesian translation of Human Rights and the Search for Community, 1995).

2000. "Dignity, Community and Human Rights", in Henry Steiner and Philip Alston, eds. International Human Rights in Context: Law, Politics, Morals, 2nd ed., Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press, 2000, pp. 398-400. Excerpted from article of the same name in A. An-Na'im, ed., Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives, 1992.

1999. "Curriculum Development for an Interdisciplinary Minor", in George Andreopoulos and Richard Pierre Claude eds. Human Rights Education for the Twenty-First Century, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997, pp. 209-20. Entire volume translated into Japanese, ISBN 4-7503-1117-0.

1999. "Are (Should) Human Rights (Be) Universal", Update on Law-Related Education (American Bar Association), vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 29, 31 and 32. Somewhat revised version of Human Rights and the Necessity for Cultural Change", in Focus on Law Studies (a publication of the American Bar Association), vol. 8, no. 1, Fall 1992, pp. 4 and 6.

1997. (with Jack Donnelly) “Liberalism and Human Rights: a Necessary Connection" in Micheline R. Ishay, ed. The Human Rights Reader (New York: Routledge), pp. 268-77.

1996. (with Jack Donnelly). "Human Rights in World Politics", in Robert J. Art and Robert Jervis, eds. International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues, 4th Ed., (New York: HarperCollins), pp. 30-48.

1996. "Dignity, Community and Human Rights", in Henry Steiner and Philip Alston, eds. International Human Rights in Context: Law, Politics, Morals, Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press, 2000, pp. 221-23. Excerpted from article of the same name in A. An-Na-im, ed., Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives, 1992.

1995. "Women's Rights and the Right to Development", in Julie Peters and Andrea Wolpers, eds., Women's Rights, Human Rights (New York: Routledge, 1995), pp. 301-313. Abridged version of "Women's Rights and the Right to Development in Sub-Saharan Africa" (1993).

1993. "Human Rights and the Necessity for Cultural Change", in Richard Monk, ed. Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Crime and Criminology (Baltimore: Dushkin Publishers), pp. 322-5. Reprint of article by same name, 1992.

1992. (with Jack Donnelly). "Human Rights in World Politics", in Robert J. Art and Robert Jervis, eds. International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues, 3rd Ed., (New York: HarperCollins), pp. 505-24. Slightly abridged version of Howard and Donnelly, "Introduction" to Donnelly and Howard, (eds.) International Handbook on Human Rights (1987).

1989. (with Jack Donnelly) "Human Dignity, Human Rights and Political Regimes", in Jack Donnelly, Essays on Human Rights, (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, N.Y., 1989). Slightly revised version of article by the same name (1986).

1986. "The Dilemma of Human Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa", in Marion E. Doro and Newell M. Stultz, Governing in Black Africa, revised ed. (New York: Africana), pp. 17-29. Reprint of article by the same name, 1980.

1985. "Ihmisoikeudet Afrikassa: Mihin Perustaa Vertailu?", in Kehitys Ihmisoikeutena (Human Rights), Helsinki, pp. 4-23. Translation of "Evaluating Human Rights in Africa: Some Problems of Implicit Comparisons", (1984).