Christianity and Human Rights Reconsidered

Sarah Shortall (Redaktør) ; Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins (Redaktør)

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Offers the first global examination of the historical relationship between Christianity and human rights in the twentieth century.

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Preface Samuel Moyn; Introduction Sarah Shortall and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins; Part I. General reflections: 1. The last christian settlement: a defense and critique, in debate with Samuel Moyn and John Milbank; 2. The alpine climb between Paris and Rome Julian Bourg; Part II. European catholicism and human rights: 3. Explaining the catholic turn to rights in the 1930s James Chappel; 4. Catholic social doctrine and human rights: from rejection to endorsement? Carlo Invernizzi Accetti; 5. Radical orthodoxy and the rebirth of christian opposition to human rights Udi Greenberg; 6. The biopolitics of dignity Camille Robcis; Part III. American protestant trajectories: 7. William ernest hocking and the liberal protestant origins of human rights Gene Zubovich; 8. Inside the cauldron: rawls and the stirrings of personalism at wartime princeton P. MacKenzie Bok; 9. The dignity of Paul Robeson Vincent Lloyd; Part IV. Beyond Europe and North America: 10. On chinese rites and rights Albert Wu; 11. 'Expert in humanity': an African vision for the catholic church Elizabeth Foster; 12. Neoliberalism, human rights, and the theology of liberation in Latin America David Lantigua; 13. Two Sudans, human rights, and the afterlives of St. Josephine Bakhita Christopher Tounsel; Index.

Om forfatteren

Sarah Shortall is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. Her work has appeared in Past and Present, Modern Intellectual History, the Journal of the History of Ideas, and Boston Review. She is the author of Soldiers of God in a Secular World: The Politics of Theology in Twentieth-Century Europe (forthcoming). Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the History Department at Dartmouth College. He is currently the managing editor of Modern Intellectual History and is the former editor of The Immanent Frame. He is the author of Raymond Aron and Cold War Liberalism (forthcoming) and the co-editor, with Stephen Sawyer, of Foucault, Neoliberalism and Beyond (2019).