From Law, Social Justice and Global Development, Robert Fine (Warwick): Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights; Peter Fitzpatrick (Birkbeck): Is Humanity Enough? The Secular Theology of Human Rights; and Anne Stewart (Warwick): Globalising Gender Justice? From Environmental History, a review of A History of Water (Volumes 1, 2 and 3) by Terje Tvedt and Eva Jakobsson; a review of American Wilderness: A New History; a review of How Green Were the Nazis? Nature, Environment and Nation in the Third Reich; and a review of Kitchen Literacy: How We Lost Knowledge of Where Food Comes from and Why We Need to Get It Back by Ann Vileisis. Affluence, it's so last season: The recession has got fashion glossies in a tizz; they should take a tip from Marie Antoinette. A review of American Therapy: The Rise of Psychotherapy in the United States by Jonathan Engel. A review of The Philosopher and the Wolf: Lessons from the Wild on Love, Death and Happiness by Mark Rowlands.  A review of Bloomsbury Ballerina: Lydia Lopokova, Imperial Dancer and Mrs John Maynard Keynes by Judith Mackrell. More on Reading the OED: One Man, One Year, 21,730 Pages by Ammon Shea. The Spirit of ’76: Democratic overreach derailed Jimmy Carter’s presidency — and may do the same for Barack Obama’s.