Georgia State University English Professor Michael Galchinsky has published his newest work The Modes of Human Rights Literature: Towards a Culture without Borders, released earlier this month. According to publisher Palgrave Macmillan, the author,
[A]rgues that human rights literature both helps the persecuted to cope with their trauma and serves as the foundation for a cosmopolitan ethos of universal civility—a culture without borders. Michael Galchinsky maintains that, no matter how many treaties there are, a rights-respecting world will not truly exist until people everywhere can imagine it.
You can read more about the book at the publisher’s website here.