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Professor Michael Freeman

Emeritus Professor
Department of Government
Professor Michael Freeman

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Biography

BA Modern Languages and Law, University of Cambridge; LLB, School of Law, Stanford University; PhD, Department of Government, University of Essex. Teaching at the universities of Edinburgh, Essex, North Carolina, and Gothenburg. Lectures at universities in more than 20 countries, from Japan and China to Brazil and Mexico, from Sweden to South Africa. External examiner at University College London, University of Sussex, and University of Oslo. Visiting Gladstein Professor of Human Rights, Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut. Board Member and Chairperson, Human Rights Research Committee, International Political Science Association. Vice-President, Association of Genocide Scholars. Member, Board of Overseers, Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut. Torgny Segerstedt Visiting Professor, Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Gothenburg University. Member, Amnesty International, 1977-; . Member of Council, Amnesty International British Section 1983-88; Chairperson British Section 1986-88; Alternate Chairperson, International Council Meeting, Amnesty International, 1989.

Qualifications

  • BA University of Cambridge,

  • LLB Stanford University,

  • PhD University of Essex,

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Lecturer, Government, University of Essex (1967 - 1991)

  • Senior Lecturer, Government, University of Essex (1991 - 1995)

  • Reader, Government, University of Essex (1996 - 2003)

  • Research Professor, Government, University of Essex (2003 - 2014)

  • Emeritus Professor, Government, University of Essex (2014 - present)

  • Deputy Director, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex (1989 - 2000)

Other academic

  • Visitor, Nuffield College, University of Oxford (1975 - 1976)

  • Visiting Professor, Political Science, University of North Carolina (1978 - 1979)

  • External Examiner, Political Science, University College London (2002 - 2007)

  • Gladstein Visiting Professor of Human Rights, Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut (2004 - 2004)

  • External Examiner, Political Science, University of Sussex (2004 - 2008)

  • Member Board of Overseers, Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut (2005 - present)

  • Torgny Segerstedt Visting Professor, Institute for the Study of Human Rights, University of Gothenburg (2006 - 2007)

  • External Examiner, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo (2007 - 2010)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Philosophy, History, and Social Science of Human Rights

Key words: Human Rights

Publications

Journal articles (70)

Freeman, M., (2019). The Right to Self-Determination: Philosophical and Legal Perspectives. New England Journal of Public Policy. 31 (2)

Freeman, M., (2015). What Do We Need To Know About Human Rights? And How Do We Get To Know It?. Essex Human Rights Review. 10 (1)

Freeman, M., (2015). World Poverty: Rights, Obligations, Institutions, Motivations. Human Rights Quarterly. 37 (2), 439-463

Freeman, M., (2015). Neoliberal Policies and Human Rights. Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi Hukuk Fakültesi Dergisi [Dokuz Eylul University Law Review]. 17 (2), 141-164

Freeman, M., (2012). Review of Samuel Moyn The Last Utopia. Sociology. 46 (5), 989-990

Freeman, M., (2006). El Derecho a la Vida, la Libertad y la Seguridad de la Persona: Dilemas y Conflictos de Aplicación. Cuadernos Deusto de Derechos Humanos. 40

Freeman, M., (2006). Review of Elaine C. Hagopian (ed.), Civil Rights in Peril: The Targeting of Arabs and Muslims. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 29 (2), 365-366

Freeman, M., (2005). Beyond the Rule of Law: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights. Revista Iberoamericana de Derechos Humanos

Freeman, M., (2005). New Priorities in Human Rights Research. Nordisk Tidsskrift For Menneskerettigheter/Nordic Journal of Human Rights,. 23 (2), 129-143

Freeman, M., (2005). Review of Benjamin A. Valentino, Final Solutions: Mass Killing and Genocide in the 20th Century. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 28 (1), 171-172

Freeman, M., (2004). The origins of indigenism: Human rights and the politics of identity. ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES. 27 (2), 320-321

Freeman, M., (2004). Review of Brian Orend, Human Rights: Concept and Context. Canadian Journal of Political Science. 37 (2)

Freeman, M., (2004). The Problem of Secularism in Human Rights Theory. Human Rights Quarterly. 26 (2), 375-400

Freeman, M., (2002). Anthropology and the Democratisation of Human Rights. The International Journal of Human Rights. 6 (3), 37-54

Freeman, M., (2002). Past Wrongs and Liberal Justice. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice: An International Forum. 5 (2), 201-220

Freeman, M., (2001). Is a Political Science of Human Rights Possisble?. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights. 19 (2), 123-139

Freeman, M., (2001). Review of Israel W. Charny (ed.), Encylopedia of Genocide. ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES. 24 (5), 877-878

Freeman, M., (2000). The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: origins, drafting and intent. POLITICAL STUDIES. 48 (3), 594-594

Freeman, M., (2000). The East Asian challenge for human rights. POLITICAL STUDIES. 48 (3), 653-655

Freeman, M., (2000). Human rights in global politics. POLITICAL STUDIES. 48 (3), 653-655

Freeman, M., (2000). Debating human rights: critical essays from the United States and Asia. POLITICAL STUDIES. 48 (3), 653-655

Freeman, M., (2000). The Perils of Democratization: Nationalism, Markets and Human Rights. Human Rights Review. 2 (1), 33-50

Freeman, M., (2000). Review of Thomas D. Musgrave, Self Determination and National Minorities. Nations and Nationalism. 6 (3), 486-487

Freeman, M., (2000). Review of David Beetham, Democracy and Human Rights. Democratization. 7 (1)

Freeman, M., (2000). Review of Kevin Bales, Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 23 (2), 372-373

Freeman, M., (1999). Contract of mutual indifference: Political philosophy after the holocaust. POLITICAL STUDIES. 47 (2), 388-389

Freeman, M., (1999). Asia, Europe and Human Rights. Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy. 4 (1), 100-122

Freeman, M., (1999). Review of Kurt Jonassohn with Karin Solveigh Björnson, Genocide and Gross Human Rights Violations in Comparative Perspective. ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES. 22 (6), 1072-1073

Freeman, M., (1999). Review of Adrian Favell, Philosophies of Integration: Immigration and the Idea of Citizenship in France and Britain. Political Studies. 47 (4), 805-805

FREEMAN, M., (1999). The right to self‐determination in international politics: six theories in search of a policy. Review of International Studies. 25 (3), 355-370

Freeman, M., (1998). Human Rights, Asian Values and the Clash of Civilizations. Issues and Studies. 34 (10), 48-78

Freeman, M., (1998). National Self-Determination, Peace and Human Rights. Peace Review. 10 (2), 157-163

Freeman, M., (1998). Universalism, Communitarianism and Human Rights: A Reply to Chris Brown:. The International Journal of Human Rights. 2 (1), 79-92

Freeman, M., (1998). Human Rights and Real Cultures: Towards a Dialogue on "Asian Values". Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights. 16 (1), 25-39

Freeman, M., (1998). Review of Katarina Tomaševski, Between Sanctions and Elections: Aid Donors and Their Human Rights Performance. Democratization. 5 (2), 256-258

Freeman, M., (1998). Review of Jo Reilly, David Cesarani, Tony Kushner and Colin Richmond (eds), Belsen in History and Memory and Richard Lawrence Miller, Nazi Justiz: Law of the Holocaust. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 21 (6), 1204-1205

Freeman, M., (1997). Genocide and the politics of memory, studying death to preserve life - Hirsch,H. ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES. 20 (1), 218-220

Freeman, M., (1997). Left, Right and Human Rights. Res Publica. III (2), 213-220

Freeman, M., (1997). Review of Donald Clark and Robert Williamson, eds, Self-Determination: International Perspectives. Nations and Nationalism. 3 (3), 480-482

Freeman, M., (1997). Review of Stephen White, Edmund Burke: Modernity, Politics and Aesthetics. The European Legacy: Towards New Paradigms. 2 (5), 900-901

Freeman, M., (1996). Democracy and Dynamite: The Peoples' Right to Self-Determination. Political Studies. 44 (4), 746-761

Freeman, M., (1996). Genocide: Conceptual and Historical Dimensions (review). Human Rights Quarterly. 18 (1), 240-242

Freeman, M., (1996). Human Rights, Democracy and Asian Values. Pacific Review. 9 (3), 352-366

Freeman, M., (1996). Democracy and Dynamite: The Peoples' Right to Self-Determination. Political Studies. XLIV (4), 746-761

FREEMAN, M., (1996). Review of R J Rummel Death by Goverrment. SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN REVIEW. 74 (3), 336-337

FREEMAN, M., (1995). The Holocaust and Philosophy. Journal of Applied Philosophy. 12 (2), 125-128

Freeman, M., (1995). Puritans and Pequots: The Question of Genocide. The New England Quarterly. 68 (2), 278-278

Freeman, M., (1995). Genocide, Civilization and Modernity. The British Journal of Sociology. 46 (2), 207-207

Freeman, M., (1995). The Rights of Minorities. Právny Obzor (Legal Review)

Freeman, M., (1995). Review of Peter du Preez, Genocide: The Psychology of Mass Murder. Political Studies. 43 (2), 404-404

Freeman, M., (1995). Are there Collective Human Rights?. Political Studies. 43 (1), 25-40

FREEMAN, M., (1994). Nation‐State and Cosmopolis: A Response to David Miller. Journal of Applied Philosophy. 11 (1), 79-87

Freeman, M., (1994). Religion, Nationalism and Genocide. Archives Européennes de Sociologie. XXXV (2), 259-282

Freeman, M., (1994). The Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights. Human Rights Quarterly. 16 (3), 491-514

FREEMAN, M., (1994). Review of William B. Helmreich, Against All Odds: Holocaust Survivors and the Successful Lives They Made in America,. ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES. 17 (4), 727-728

FREEMAN, M., (1991). THE THEORY AND PREVENTION OF GENOCIDE. Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 6 (2), 185-199

FREEMAN, M., (1991). Speaking about the Unspeakable: genocide and philosophy. Journal of Applied Philosophy. 8 (1), 3-18

Freeman, M., (1991). Review of Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn, The History and Sociology of Genocide. Political Studies. XXXIX (1)

FREEMAN, M., (1990). POWER - A PHILOSOPHICAL-ANALYSIS - MORRISS,P. POLITICAL STUDIES. 38 (3), 546-549

Freeman, M., (1987). The Puzzle of Genocide. Social Science Record

Freeman, M., (1986). Genocide and social science. Patterns of Prejudice. 20 (4), 3-15

FREEMAN, M., (1986). BURKE REFLECTIONS ON THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE - LOCK,FP. POLITICAL STUDIES. 34 (4), 686-687

FREEMAN, M., (1985). SELECTED LETTERS OF BURKE,EDMUND - MANSFIELD,HC. POLITICAL STUDIES. 33 (4), 691-691

FREEMAN, M., (1985). SOCIAL-SCIENCE AND REVOLUTIONS - TAYLOR,S. POLITICAL STUDIES. 33 (1), 148-148

Freeman, M., (1978). I. Edmund Burke and the Theory of Revolution. Political Theory. 6 (3), 277-297

Freeman, M., (1977). Edmund Burke and the Sociology of Revolution. Political Studies. 25 (4), 459-473

Freeman, M., (1975). Sociology and Utopia: Some Reflections on the Social Philosophy of Karl Popper. The British Journal of Sociology. 26 (1), 20-20

Freeman, M., (1974). Reference Groups and Revolutions. European Journal of Political Research. 2 (3), 271-282

Freeman, M., (1973). Social Science and Democratic Theory. Political Studies. 21 (1), 70-74

Freeman, M., (1972). Review Article: Theories of Revolution. British Journal of Political Science. 2 (3), 340-360

Books (10)

Freeman, M., (2022). Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Polity Press

Freeman, M., (2017). Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Polity Press

Freeman, M., (2016). Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach. : Gendai Jinbun-sha,

Freeman, M., (2011). Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Polity Press

Freeman, M., (2008). Insam Haklari: disiplinlerarasi Bir Yaklaşim (Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Aproach). Birlesik Kitabevi

Freeman, M., (2007). Prawa Człowieka (Human Rights: An Interddisciplinary Approach). Wydawnictwo Sic!

Freeman, M., (2006). Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Chu Liu Book Company

Freeman, M., (2005). Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Ache

Freeman, M., (2002). Human Rights: An Interdiscipliinary Approach. Polity Press

Freeman, M., (1980). Edmund Burke and the Critique of Political Radicalism. Blackwell

Book chapters (41)

Freeman, M., (2017). Human Rights. In: Politics in the Developing World. Editors: Burnell, P., Rakner, L. and Randall, V., . Oxford University Press

Freeman, M., (2014). Human Rights. In: Politics in the Developing World. Editors: Burnell, P., Randall, V. and Rakner, L., . Oxford University Press

Freeman, M., (2014). Genocide, Civilization and Modernity. In: The Criminology of War. Editors: Jamieson, R., . Ashgate

Freeman, M., (2014). Origins: The Rise and Fall of Natural Rights. In: The Development of International Human Rights Law. Editors: Weissbrodt, D., Ni Aoláin, FD. and Rumsey, M., . Ashgate

Freeman, M., (2013). Universalism of Human Rights and Cultural Relativism. In: Routledge Handbook of International Human /Rights Law. Editors: Sheeran, S. and Rodley, SN., . Routledge

Freeman, M., (2013). Conclusion: Reflections on the Theory and Practice of Economic and Social Rights. In: The State of Economic and Social Rights: A Global Overview. Editors: Minkler, L., . Cambridge University Press

Freeman, M., (2010). Human Rights. In: Politics in the Developing World. Editors: Burnell, P., Randall, V. and Rakner, L., . Oxford University Press

Freeman, M., (2009). Are There Collective Human Right?. In: Group Rights. Editors: Jones, P., . shgate

Freeman, M., (2009). Edmund Burke and the Theory of Revolution. In: Edmund Burke. Editors: Hampsher-Monk, I., . Ashgate

Freeman, M., (2009). The Right to Health. In: Interpreting Human Rights: Social Science Perspectives. Editors: Morgan, R. and Turner, BS., . Routledge

Freeman, M., (2008). Historical Injustice and Liberal Political Theory. In: The Age of Apology: Facing Up to the Past. Editors: Howard-Hassmann, RE., Coicaud, J-M. and Steiner, N., . University of Pennsylvania Press

Freeman, M., (2008). Human Rights. In: Politics in the Developing World. Editors: Burnell, P. and RAndall, V., . Oxford University Press

Freeman, M., (2007). Back to the Future: The Historical Dimension of Liberal Justice. In: Repairing the Past? International Perspectives on Reparations for Gross Human Rights Abuses. Editors: Du PLessis, M. and Peté, S., . Intersentia

Freeman, M., (2005). Human Rights. In: Politics in the Developing World. Editors: Burnell, P. and Randall, V., . Oxford University Press

Freeman, M., (2005). Human Rights, Religion and Secularism. In: Theoretical Foundations of Human Rights. Center for Human Rights Studies at Mofid University

Freeman, M., (2005). Order, rights and threats: Terrorism and global justice. In: Human Rights in the `War on Terror'. Editors: Wilson, RA., . Cambridge University Press. 37- 56. 0521853192. 9780521853194

Freeman, M., (2005). Beyond Capitalism and Socialism. In: Human Rights and Capitalism: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Globalisation. Editors: Dine, J. and Fagan, A., . Edward Elgar

Freeman, M., (2005). Putting Law in its Place: An Interdisciplinary Evaluation of National Amnesty Laws. In: The Legalization of Human Rights: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Human Rights and Human Rights Law. Editors: Meckled-Garcia, S. and Çali, B., . Routledge

Freeman, M., (2004). Culture, Sovereignty and Human Rights. In: Zhengzhi Zhexue (Political Philosophy). Editors: Bunnin, N., Renzong, Q. and Yi, J., . Chinese Social Sciences Press

Freeman, M., (2004). The Right to Freedom of Expression. In: The Right to Freedom of Expression and the Right to Development. Danish Institute for Human Rights

Freeman, M., (2003). Is Limited Altruism Morally Wrong?. In: Moral Philosophy and the Holocaust. Editors: Garrard, E. and Scarre, G., . Ashgate

Freeman, M., (2000). Universalism, Particularism and Cosmopolitan Justice. In: International Justice. Editors: Coates, T., . Ashgate

Freeman, M., (2000). Liberal Democracy and Minority Rights. In: Human Rights: New Perspectives, New Realities. Editors: Pollis, A. and Schwab, P., . Lynne Rienner

Freeman, M., (2000). Universal Rights and Particular Cultures. In: Human Rights and Asian Values: Contesting National Identities and Cultural Representations in Asia. Editors: Jacobsen, M. and Bruun, O., . Curzon Press

Freeman, M., (1999). The Role of Institution Building in the Prevention of Genocide. In: Genocide: Essays Toward Understanding, Early Warning and Prevention. Editors: Smith, RW., . Association of Genocide Scholars

Freeman, M., (1999). The Right to Self Determination: Ethical Problems and Practical Solutions. In: The Rights of Nations: Nations and Nationalism in a Changing World. Editors: Clarke, DM. and Jones, C., . St Martin's

Freeman, M., (1999). Fifty Years of Development of the Concept and Contents of Human Rights. In: Innovation and Inspiration: Fifty Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Editors: Baehr, PR., Flinterman, C. and Senders, M., . Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences,

Freeman, M., (1999). Theories of Revolution. In: Revolutions: Critical Concepts. Editors: O'Kane, R., . Routledge

Freeman, M., (1998). The Priority of Function Over Structure: A New Approach to Secession. In: Theories of Secession. Editors: Lehning, PB., . Routledge

Freeman, M., (1998). Theories of Tribalism, Ethnicity and Nationalism. In: Ethnic Conflict, Tribal Politics: A Global Perspective. Editors: Christie, K., . Curzon Press

Freeman, M., (1998). The Theory and Prevention of Genocide. In: State Crime. Editors: Friedrichs, DO., . Ashgate

Freeman, M., (1996). Nation States and Minority Rights: A Cosmopolitan Perspective. In: Morality and International Relations: Concepts and Issues. Editors: Wright, M., . Avebury

Freeman, M., (1995). Human Rights: Asia and the West. In: Human Rights and International Relations in the Asia Pacific Region. Editors: Tang, JTH., . Pinter

Freeman, M., (1995). Are There Collective Human Rights?. In: Politics and Human Rights. Editors: Beetham, D., . Blackwell

Freeman, M., (1995). Minority Rights in Liberal-Democratic Theory. In: Nationalism and Minorities. Editors: Freeman, M., , Pantic, D. and Janjic, D., . : Institute of Social Sciences and Forum for Ethnic Relations

Freeman, M., (1994). Nationalism. In: Ideas That Shape Politics. Editors: Foley, M., . Manchester University Press

Freeman, M., (1994). Nationalism, Liberalism and Democracy. In: Nations, Cultures and Markets. Editors: Gilbert, P. and Gregory, P., . Avebury

Freeman, M., (1992). State Terrorism and Human Rights in Europe. In: Terrorism in the New Europe. Editors: Almond, B., . University of Hull Social Values Research Centre

Freeman, M., (1990). Human Rights and the Corruption of Governments 1789-1989. In: The Enlightenment and its Shadows. Editors: Hulme, P. and Jordanova, L., . Routledge

Freeman, M., (1983). Revolution as a Subject for Science. In: Revolutionary Theory and Political Reality. Editors: O'Sullivan, NK., . Harvester

Freeman, M., (1980). A Preface to Revolutionary Theory. In: Frontiers of Political Theory. Editors: Freeman, M. and Robertson, D., . Harvester

Conferences (64)

Freeman, M., The Right to Self Determination: Philosophical and Legal Perspectives

Freeman, M., Global Poverty: Approaches from Philosophy, Religion, and the Social Sciences

Freeman, M., Asian Values: Cultural Relativism vs Universalism

Freeman, M., The Interdisciplinary Study of Human Rights

Freeman, M., Human Rights in Conflict Zones

Freeman, M., Asian Values, Philosophical Critiques

Freeman, M., Human Rights and Terrorism

Freeman, M., Power and Culture in the Implementation of Human Rights

Freeman, M., Beyond Capitalism and Socialism

Freeman, M., The Right to Life, Liberty and Security of Person: Dilemmas and Conflicts of Implementation

Freeman, M., Islam, Human Rights and Democracy

Freeman, M., Culture, Identity and Human Rights

Freeman, M., Human Rights: Historical Perspectives and New Challenges

Freeman, M., Human Rights and the War on Terrorism

Freeman, M., Doing Right by Making Good: Beyond Apology, Compensation and Justice

Freeman, M., Towards New Priorities in the Study of Human Rights

Freeman, M., Order, Rights, and Threats

Freeman, M., Human Rights and Force: Revisiting the Question of Intervention

Freeman, M., The Evolution of the International Human Rights Regime

Freeman, M., The Right to Freedom of Expression

Freeman, M., Human Rights, Secularism and Religion

Freeman, M., Putting Law in its Place: an interdisciplinary evaluation of national amnesty laws

Freeman, M., Is Liberal Nationalism Coherent?

Freeman, M., Culture, Sovereignty, and Human Rights

Freeman, M., Human Rights as a Cultural Practice: Anthropology and Human Rights Law’

Freeman, M., Human Rights and the Protection of Minorities at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century

Freeman, M., Is a Political Science of Human Rights Possible?

Freeman, M., James Tully’s Political Theory of Cultural Recognition: A Reply by Aristotle to Wittgenstein

Freeman, M., Group Rights and Liberal Democracy

Freeman, M., Markets, Ethnonationalism and Human Rights in the Process of Democratization

Freeman, M., Obligations, Institutions and International Justice

Freeman, M., Fifty Years of Development of the Concept and Contents of Human Rights

Freeman, M., Parents, Children and Citizens

Freeman, M., Universal Human Rights and National Particularities

Freeman, M., Asian Values, Asian Crisis: Prospects for Human Rights

Freeman, M., Universalism, Particularism and Foreign Policy

Freeman, M., Asia, Europe and Human Rights: dialogue or confrontation?

Freeman, M., The Foreign Policy of Democratic Nationalism: New Labour and Human Rights

Freeman, M., National Self-Determination: Law, Politics, Ethics

Freeman, M., Human Rights, Asian Values and the Clash of Civilizations

Freeman, M., Nationalism and Genocide: A Philosophical Analysis

Freeman, M., On culture, values, and human rights

Freeman, M., The Right to Self-determination: dilemmas of democratic theory

Freeman, M., Institutional Barriers to Genocide: the contribution of social science

Freeman, M., Human Rights, Democracy and "Asia": A Cosmopolitan Perspective

Freeman, M., The Role of Institution Building in the Prevention of Genocide

Freeman, M., The Priority of Function to Structure: A New Approach to Secession

Freeman, M., Collective Rights and Distributive Justice

Freeman, M., Are There Collective Human Rights?

Freeman, M., The Place of "Community" in Liberal Democratic Theory

Freeman, M., The Theory of Rights

Freeman, M., International Justice and Minority Rights

Freeman, M., Human Rights and Democratization

Freeman, M., The Holocaust and Political Philosophy

Freeman, M., Minority Rights and Liberal Democracy

Freeman, M., Minority Rights and Ethnic Conflict

Freeman, M., Human Rights, China and the West

Freeman, M., Human Rights and the Crisis in Western Philosophy

Freeman, M., Human Rights as Political Praxis

Freeman, M., Human Rights: for a unity of theory and practice

Freeman, M., Enemies of God

Freeman, M., Speaking about the Unspeakable: The "Genocide" Problematic - Reality, Ethics, Discourse

Freeman, M., The Janus-Faced State: the case of Turkey

Freeman, M., Some Methodological Problems in the Study of Genocide

Other (30)

Freeman, M., Genocide in World-Historical Perspective

Freeman, M., Genocide and the Political Community

Freeman, M., Liberalism, Socialism and Human Rights

Freeman, M., Nationalism: for and against

Freeman, M., Putting Law in its Place: An interdisciplinary evaluation of national amnesty laws

Freeman, M., A Common Standard for All Peoples: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Freeman, M., 'Taiwan'

Freeman, M., Death toll from the war in our midst

Freeman, M., Collective Rights and Distributive Justice

Freeman, M., (2023).History of Human Rights,Bloomsbury Academic

Freeman, M., (2023).History of Human Rights,Bloomsbury Academic

Freeman, M., (2023).The mystery of history,University of Essex Human Rights Centre

Freeman, M., (2021).Human rights and social science,University of Essex Human Rights Ceentre

Freeman, M., (2017).Human rights in difficult times,Polity Press

Freeman, M., (2017).Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach,Essex University Human Rights Centre

Freeman, M., (2014).The interdisciplinary approach to human rights

Freeman, M., (2013).World Poverty as a Human Rights Problem. 2(4)

Freeman, M., (2009).Introduction to the Turkish translation of Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach,Polity Press

Freeman, M., (2005).Pequot. Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity,Macmillan

Freeman, M., (2005).The Historical Roots of Human Rights Before the Second World War. The Essential Guide to Human Rights,Hodder Arnold

Freeman, M., (2001).Rights,Routledge

Freeman, M., (2001).Revolutions. Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought,Rotledge

Freeman, M., (1997).Why Rights Matter. Politics Review. 7(1)

Freeman, M., (1997).Report: Conference on "Gross Human-Rights Violations: Prevention, Intervention, and Punishment. Journal of Value Inquiry. 31(4),Springer

Freeman, M., (1996).Genocide. Dictionary of Ethics, Theology and Society,Routledge

Freeman, M., (1996).Revolution. Dictionary of Ethics, Theology and Society,Routledge

Freeman, M., (1995).Genocide and Ethnic Conflict,Éditions Montmorency

Freeman, M., (1995).Guest Editorial: The Holocaust and Philosophy. Journal of Applied Philosophy. 12(2),Wiley

Freeman, M., (1992).Edmund Burke. The Encyclopedia of Ethics,Garland Publishing

Freeman, M., (1992).Oppression. The Encyclopedia of Ethics,Garland Publishing

Contact

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Location:

Colchester Campus