Prologue: Cultural Studies and Critical Human Rights: An Immanent Encounter
1. Who Needs Human Rights? A Renewal
2. 8 Theses on Human Rights: A Resource For Critical Engagement
3. The Juris-Cultural: Cases and Perspectives
Case 1. Human Rights in the Neoliberal Imagination: Mapping the "New Sovereignties"
Case 2. Citizenship Management: On the Politics of Being "Included-Out"
Case 3: Negotiating Refuge: Further Thoughts on the Politics of the "Included-Out"
Case 4: Queering Laws, Transfiguring Marriage
Case 5: A Perspective on the Field of Weiquan
4. Legal Modernities
John Nguyet Erni is Fung Hon Chu Endowed Chair of Humanics, Chair Professor in Humanities and Head of the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing at Hong Kong Baptist University. He is the author of Unstable Frontiers: Technomedicine and the Cultural Politics of "Curing" AIDS, co-author of Understanding South Asian Minorities in Hong Kong: A Critical Multicultural Approach, editor of Cultural Studies of Rights: Critical Articulations and Visuality, Emotions, and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic, and co-editor of Internationalizing Cultural Studies: An Anthology and Asian Media Studies: Politics of Subjectivities. In 2017, he was elected President of the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities.