Richard Wilson

Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut

Bio

Richard A. Wilson is Gladstein Chair of Human Rights and Director of the Human Rights Institute at the University of Connecticut. He received his BSc. and PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and taught at the University of Essex and the University of Sussex.

Featured Work

SEP 24, 2004 Podcast

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

SEP 24, 2004 Podcast

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

SEP 24, 2004 Podcast

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

SEP 24, 2004 Transcript

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

MAR 25, 2002 Article

Human Rights Dialogue (1994–2005): Series 2, No. 7 (Winter 2002): Integrating Human Rights and Peace Work: Articles: Challenging Restorative Justice

Richard Wilson contends that the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission was not effective in creating a new culture of human rights. Vasuki Nesiah and ...