Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution George Mason University


Anthropology, Peace and Human Rights

 

Journal of the Commission on Peace and Human Rights, International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences


Social Justice:

Anthropology, Peace and Human Rights

Winter/Spring 2004 · Volume 5 · Numbers 1-2

 

Social Justice: Anthropology, Peace and Human Rights is published twice a year as the official journal of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Commission on Peace and Human Rights. Social Justice is a broadly defined forum for articles that make important empirical and/or theoretical contributions within the following areas: human rights in all their theoretical, political, and cultural dimensions; peace and security studies, conflict analysis and resolution processes; social justice advocacy and analysis; violence and its meanings and implications; and methodology. The journal promotes critical scholarship in both the subject matter and in the sustained engagement with debates in theory or methods that reflect the best of current scholarship within international anthropology. Social Justice is intended as a venue where both new and established scholars, researchers, practitioners and activists can make valuable contributions to the domains listed in the full title of the journal.

 

Social Justice welcomes manuscripts and book reviews as email attachments submitted to the to the editors at “socjust@gmu.edu.”