Affective Justice: The ICC & Africa

Affective Justice explores some of the ways that affects and their emotional potentialities are entangled in the constitution of international justice. It focuses on the way that bodies, psychology, and social practices come together to produce the terms on which justice is materialized, disaggregated, ruptured, and made legible again. What emerges is an illustration of how affects can shape, through emotional manifestations, the form that justice takes. Indeed, justice is a product of a practice that is shaped and expressed materially and socially.