Tuesday, 29 November 2011

New Books - October 2011

A selection of new books added to the catalogue in October 2011, including a number of books purchased to support our growing collection in human rights, which support the Institute's MA in Understanding and Securing Human Rights

Moyn, Samuel. The last utopia : human rights in history. Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2010.

Gatwa, Tharcisse. The churches and ethnic ideology in the Rwandan crises, 1900-1994. Milton Keynes : Paternoster, 2005.

Bronkhorst, Salomé. Climate change and conflict : lessons for conflict resolution from the Southern Sahel of Sudan. Umhlanga : African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD), 2011.

Dinstein, Yoram. The conduct of hostilities under the law of international armed conflict. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Kalshoven, Frits and Liesbeth Zegveld. Constraints on the waging of war : an introduction to international humanitarian law. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Sibomana, André. Hope for Rwanda : conversations with Laure Guilbert and Hervé Deguine, translated and with a postscript by Carina Tertsakian ; foreword by Alison Des Forges. London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press ; Dar Es Salaam : Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, 1999.

Hoffman, David and John Rowe. Human rights in the UK : an introduction to the Human Rights Act 1998. Harlow : Longman, 2010.

Hutching, Megan. Leading the way : how New Zealand women won the vote. Auckland : HarperCollins Publishers, 2010.

Bunte, Thimna and Laureline Monnier. Mediating land conflict in Burundi. Umhlanga : African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD), 2011.

Seecharan, Clem. Mother India's Shadow over El Dorado : Indo-Guyanese politics and identity, 1890s-1930s. Kingston ; Miami : Ian Randle Publishers, c2011.

Social accountability & poverty reduction in Ghana : community assessment of five districts / by the Centre for Budget Advocacy (CBA) of ISODEC ; with the support of the Department for International Development (DFID), through the Institute for Policy Alternatives (IPA), and of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), through Diakonia. Accra : Centre for Budget Advocacy (CBA) of the Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC), [2005]

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