Joel R. Pruce is assistant professor of human rights studies at the University of Dayton, where he previously served as post-doctoral fellow. Joel holds his doctorate from the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies where he also held the position of Lecturer in International Human Rights. His research interests include non-governmental organizations and advocacy, foreign policy, international organization, mass media and visual culture, and critical theory. Joel is the editor of a new collaborative volume, The Social Practice of Human Rights (Forthcoming). He has contributed several book chapters, including “Spectacle of Suffering and Humanitarian Intervention in Somalia” in Media, Mobilization, and Human Rights: Mediating Atrocity (Borer 2012), and “Constituencies of Compassion: The Politics of Human Rights and Consumerism” in Uses and Misuses of Human Rights (Andreopoulos and Arat 2014). Joel has published book reviews in Journal of Human Rights, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, and Perspectives on Politics.
Key Series: Race, Class, Gender, Ability: Cultural Studies and Critical Intersections
By Joel R Pruce (@profpruce)
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