Ayten gundogus rightlessness in an age of rights takes up hannah arendts critiques of human rights and statelessness rethinking some of her key arguments to address contemporary migrant rightlessness the book achieves the rare distinction of providing a close and novel reading of an important political theorist and a cogent and timely critique of human rights. Rightlessness in an age of rights hannah arendt and the contemporary struggles of migrants marieke borren 1 contemporary political theory volume 16 pages 269 273 2017 cite this article. In rightlessness in an age of rights ayten gundogdu addresses those questions through a profound rereading of hannah arendts work informed by and applied to current migrant protests and rights claims the book is thus a very rich and coherent examination of arendts political theory and its significance today which at the same time . Lauren martin of the university of oulu reviews rightlessness in an age of rights hannah arendt and the contemporary struggles of migrants by ayten gundogu human rights promise equal personhood regardless of citizenship status yet their existing formulations are tied to the principle of territorial sovereignty. Arendt and the contemporary struggles of migrants by ayten geurundo gu oxford oxford university press 2015 xii 298 pages gbp2049 lauren martin university of oulu ayten geurundo gus rightlessness in an age of rights takes up hannah arendts critiques of human rights and statelessness rethink ing some of her key arguments to address
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