human rights


How Human Rights Can Build Haiti, by Fran Quigley

Fran Quigley offers a richly informed study of what ails Haiti and what a few dedicated activist lawyers are doing about it.


Shaping Public Theology, by Max L. Stackhouse

The essays in this volume provide an accessible and comprehensive introduction to Max Stackhouse's thought, and they raise provocative questions about how we are constructing public theology today.


Rescuing Regina, by Josephe Marie Flynn

This book should be made into a movie. As a book, the story has several strikes against it. The central character is not well known outside Milwaukee. The author, a 70-year-old nun, has written no other books. The cover is not sexy. And, heaven help us, it's a book about social justice and human rights—topics that market-driven book publishers rarely touch.