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Kamari M. Clarke
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University of California, Santa Cruz
University of California, Santa Cruz
- Of Dreamers and the Limits of the Law: Dilemmas in the Exercise of Religious Freedom. Book Proposal Under Review.
- Fictions of Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism in Sub-Saharan Africa. Cambridge University Press.
- Mapping Yoruba Networks: Power and Agency in the Making of Transnational Communities. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
- (edited, with Rebecca Hardin) Testimonies and Transformations: Reflections on the Uses of Ethnographic Knowledge. University of Wisconsin Press.3
- (edited, with Mark Goodale) Mirrors of Justice: Law and Power in the Post Cold War Era. Cambridge University Press.
- (edited, with Deborah Thomas) Globalization and Race: Transformations in the Cultural Production of Blackness. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Other Volumes (edited)
- Series Editor for book Series Entitled, Negotiated Settlements. University of South Africa Press/Duke University Press. Four Volume Series Aimed at a General Reading Audience.
- Local Institutions, Global Controversies: Islam in Sub Saharan African Contexts. The MacMillan Center Working Paper Series. Editor. New Haven, CT.
- (with Deborah Thomas) Globalization and Race: Towards an Understanding of the Transformation of Blackness. YCIAS Working Paper Series. Editor. New Haven, CT.
- Beyond the Veil: When Religious Difference Clashes with State Accommodations
- Recasting the African Victim. International Journal of Global Legal Studies. Fall 2010.
- Constituting Terms for International Change: Reflecting on Strategies for Women’s Rights. ASIL.
- Globalizing Race IN Race: Are We So Different? (Deborah Thomas and Kamari Clarke). Wiley-Blackwell. New York.
- The Politics of Faith and the Limits of Scientific Reason: Tracking the Anthropology of Human Rights and Religion. Critical Reviews on Religion and Culture.
- Rethinking Africa through its Exclusions: The Politics of Naming Criminal Responsibility. Anthropology Quarterly. Special Issue: Rethinking Africa in the Neoliberal World. Jean Comaroff, Achille Mbembe, Jesse Shipley.
- Toward a Critically Engaged Ethnographic Practice. Current Anthropology: A Journal of the Human Sciences. The Wenner Gren Foundation For Anthropological Research: New York. Special Issue with Editors Sally Merry and Setha Low.
- The Politics of Incommensurability: Making Sense of the Spread of “Human Rights,” 4 Making Sense of Legal Difference. Humanity.
- “New Spheres of Transnational Formations: Mobilizations of Humanitarian Diasporas” in Transforming Anthropology. Volume 18 (1) Spring 2010.
- Oyotunji Village: A Movement in the Making. African American Religious Culture Encyclopedia Project. BC-CLIO World Religions Project
- “Transnational Yorùbá revivalism and the diasporic politics of heritage,” American Ethnologist Volume 34, Number 4. November 2007.
- “Yoruba in the American South,” New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol. 6, Ethnicity. June/July. University of Mississippi.
- Human Rights. Anthropology News. American Anthropological Association.
- “Internationalizing the Statecraft: The ICC, Religious Revivalism, and the Cultural Politics of Genocide,” The Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review, volume 28, issue 2.
- “Governmentality, Modernity, and the Historical Politics of Oyo-Hegemony in Yoruba Transnational Revivalism,” Anthropologica: The Journal of the Canadian Anthropology Society. Volume 44-42: 271-293
- “Rethinking Human Rights” Human Rights: Critical Dialogues editor. Mark Goodale. Oxford University Press.
- Transnational Ifa: The Readings of the Year and the Contemporary Economies of Orisa Religious Knowledge. In Sacred Knowledge, Sacred Power: Ifa Divination in West Africa and The African Diaspora. Edited by Jacob K. Olupona.
- “Toward a Critically Engaged Ethnographic Practice,” Testimonies and Transformations: Reflections on the Uses of Ethnographic Knowledge. Edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Clarke. University of Wisconsin Press.
- “The Cultural Aesthetics of Sàngó Africanization,” Sango in the African and African Diaspora. Edited by Joel E. Tishken,, Toyin Falola and Akintunde Akinyemi.
- “The International Criminal Court: A Path to International Justice?” Paths to International Justice: Social and Legal Perspectives. Edited by Marie-Bénédicte Dembour and Toby Kelly. Cambridge University Press.
- “Rethinking the Yoruba in Yoruba Cultural Practices,” Orisa Tradition in Local and Global Contexts. Edited by Jacob Olupona and Terry Rey. University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, WI.5
- “Mapping Transnationality: Roots Tourism and the Institutionalization of Ethnic Heritage,” Globalization and Race: Transformations in the Cultural Production of
- Blackness. Edited by M. Kamari Clarke and Deborah Thomas. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
- Yoruba Aesthetics and the Making of Trans-Atlantic Imaginaries,” African Aesthetics: Essays on Beauty and Ugliness. Edited by Sarah Nuttall. Duke University Press. 2006. Durham.
- “Yoruba Aesthetics and the Making of Trans-Atlantic Imaginaries,” African Aesthetics: Essays on Beauty and Ugliness. Edited by Sarah Nuttall. Amsterdam: The Prince Claus Fund; London: Phaidon; South Africa: Kwela Books. 2005.
- “To Reclaim Yoruba Traditions is to Reclaim the Gods of Africa: Reflections on the Uses of Ethnography and History in Yoruba Revivalism,” Feminist Fields: Ethnographic Insights. Edited by Rae Anderson, Sally Cole, and Heather Howard-Bobiwash. Pp. 229-242. Broadview Press: Peterborough.