No. I

       We are excited to introduce the first ever issue of The Draft, a new student-run publication interested in disseminating inter-disciplinary approaches to questions of human rights. Our goal is to bring student work into conversation with a larger audience, as we feel these projects take on a more meaningful purpose when they shared and discussed outside of the classroom.

      This issue features work by graduating seniors Addy Schneider, Erica Newton, Benjamin Powers, Chad Rosenbloom, and Hans Kern as well as graduating CSS student Victoria Ivanova. Most of the work is portions taken from larger senior theses and topics range from case studies about labor in the United States and sexual health in the Congo, to more theoretical works about representative democracy and about the intersection of the Current Arts Regime and Human Rights.

June 2014


Imaginary Topographies   

by Erica Newton 

“Precarious” Workers and the U.S. Labor Regime   

by Chad Rosenbloom 

Practical Obstacles to Public Interest Litigation   

by Benjamin Powers

“Two Lives, One Order”   

by Victoria Ivanova 

Constructing the Rape Capital of the World 

 by Abby Schneider


by Hans Kern

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