The series accepts works from all disciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives, including the humanities, human and social sciences, law, public policy, and international relations.
Initial publications in the series include the following books:
- Protecting Human Rights: A Comparative Study by Todd Landmann
- Freedom From Want: The Human Right to Adequate Food by George Kent
- Breaking Silence: The Case That Changed the Face of Human Rights by Richard Alan White
- For All Peoples and All Nations: The Ecumenical Church and Human Rights by John S. Nurser
Forthcoming works in the Series include:
- Rights in Emergencies: Protecting Human Rights in the United States by David Little
- Power and Principle: Human Rights Programming in International Organizations by Joel E. Oestreich
The Director of Georgetown University Press is Dr. Richard Brown, and the website for the Advancing Human Rights Series is found at http://www.press.georgetown.edu.