Fictions of Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism in Sub-Saharan Africa
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BeschreibungThis book explores how notions of justice are negotiated through everyday micropractices and grassroots contestations of those practices.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction: the rule of law and its imbrications - justice in the making; Part I. Multiple Domains of Justice: 1. Micropractices of justice making: the moral and political economy of the 'Rule of Law'; 2. Crafting the victim, crafting the perpetrator: new spaces of power, new specters of justice; 3. Multiple spaces of justice: Uganda, the international criminal court and the politics of inequality; Part II. The Politics of Incommensurability: 4. 'Religious' and 'secular' micropractices: the religious roots of secular law, the political content of radical Islamic beliefs; 5. 'The hand will go to hell': Islamic law and the crafting of the spiritual self; 6. Islamic Sharia at the crossroads: human rights challenges and the strategic reworking of vernacular imaginaries.
PortraitKamari Maxine Clarke is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Yale University and senior research scientist at the Yale Law School. Her areas of research explore issues related to transnational religious networks, legal institutions, international criminal law, the interface between culture and power, and its relationship to the modernity of race and late capitalist globalization. Recent articles and books have focused on religious and legal movements and the related production of knowledge and power, including Mapping Yoruba Networks: Power and Agency in the Making of Transnational Communities and Globalization and Race: Transformations in the Cultural Production of Blackness. Her forthcoming titles are Testimonies and Transformations: Reflections on the Use of Ethnographic Knowledge and Justice in the Mirror: Law, Culture, and the Making of History. Professor Clarke has lectured in regions in the United States, Canada, South Africa, England, and the Caribbean on a wide range of topics. She is the director of the Yale Center for Transnational Cultural Analysis.
Pressestimmen'... this book is the first serious attempt to engage with the wider anthropological and political dimensions of the ICC's jurisdiction and power ... a worthwhile read as it is an excellent dissection of the cases, current scholarship, and perceptions relating to the topic.' Journal of Law and Society '... relevant and important ... invite[s] us to think more carefully about the purpose of transitional justice - stated and implicit - and about the interaction of international and local culture.' Rachel Kerr, International Journal of Transitional Justice
Untertitel: 'Cambridge Studies in Law and S'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2009
Seitenanzahl: 322 Seiten