Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity19

Eric D. Weitz, Founding Editor

This series provides a forum for studies on the perpetration of large-scale atrocities and the political and ethical issues of human rights protection, memory, and redress that develop in their wake. Using a broad understanding of these crimes, it publishes significant works of original scholarship and major interpretation by academics, journalists, and other writers, bringing these crimes—and the responses to them—to the attention of a wide audience.