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Letters to the Editor- June-July 2006

June-July 2006, no. 282

Letters to the Editor- June-July 2006

June-July 2006, no. 282

A reply to Maria Nugent

Dear Editor,

We appreciate Maria Nugent’s constructive and affirming review of our book, Human Rights and Narrated Lives (ABR, April 2006). She takes care to detail some of the complexities of our approach to human rights narratives in local and global settings. In her final paragraph, however, she ponders the point of it all and asks the question: ‘What conclusions can be drawn from the case studies, except to say how unpredictable the impulse and the demand to witness are?’ This is certainly a pertinent question, although we believe that there are a number of more significant conclusions that could be drawn from the study.

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