|Documenting Human Rights|
Prof. Karen Busby and Dr. Rhonda Hinther will co-edit a new book series on human rights and social justice for University of Manitoba Press. Busby is director of the Centre for Human Rights Research and Hinther is director of research and curation at the Canadian Musuem for Human Rights.
University of Manitoba professors Adam Muller, Andrew Woolford and Busby are working on a collection of essays titled The Idea of a Human Rights Museum, which will be published by the University of Manitoba Press in 2015. One chapter will highlight University of Manitoba research on the ability of new digital technologies to represent suffering in contemporary museums. (See related CBC story.)
Law students are also invited to do independent research papers with Prof. Busby on topics suggested by Canadian Museum for Human Rights researchers.
Meanwhile, the Centre for Human Rights Research has supported: