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The Anthropology of Law and Emotion IN Oxford Handbook of Law & Anthropology. Editors: Marie-Claire Foblets, Mark Goodale, Maria Sapignoli and Olaf Zenker. Oxford University Press.

Toward a Theory of Practice in International Law: African State Withdrawals from Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court. Editors: Jens Meierhenrich, IN Toward a Social Theory of International Law. “Cambridge Studies in Law and Society.” Cambridge University Press.

Transitional Justice through the Institutionalization of Emotional Affects IN The Oxford Handbook of Transitional Justice. Editors: Jens Meierhenrich, Alexander Laban Hinton, and Lawrence Douglas. Oxford University Press; London

2019

“Silencing the Guns: The Malabo Protocol, the Rome Statute, and Disputes over Designing African Security, Governance and Peace.” IN African Court Compendium. Editors Charles Jalloh, Kamari Clarke, Vincent Nmehielle. Cambridge University Press.

2018

“Afterward: Re-situating In-Justice” IN Pursuing Justice in Africa. Editors Karekwaivanane and Jessica Johnson. Ohio University Press; Athens.
2018 “Violence.” In Critical Terms for African Studies. Editors Gaurav Desai and V.Y. Mudimbe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

2017

“Rethinking Liberal Legality Through the African Court of Justice and Human Rights: Resituating Economic Crimes and Other Enablers of Violence” IN International Criminal Law in Context. Editor Phillip Kastner. Routledge.

2016

“History and Sentimentality in Rule of Law Movements” IN Africa and the ICC: Perceptions of Justice. Editor Kamari Clarke, Abel Knottnerous and Eefje de Volder. Cambridge/London: Cambridge University Press.

“Looking Forward, Anticipating Challenges: Making Sense of Disjunctures in Meanings of Culpability.” IN The International Criminal Court in Africa: One decade on. Editor Evelyn Ankumah. Intersentia Press. ISBN 978-1-78068-417-8 I Pp. xxxviii- 676.

“Why Africa?” IN Contemporary Issues Facing the International Criminal Court. Editor Richard H. Steinberg. Brill Nijhoff. Leiden: Boston.

“Transnational Ifa: The Readings of the Year and the Contemporary Economies of Orisa Religious Knowledge” IN Ifa Divination, Knowledge, Power and Performance. Editors Jacob K. Olupona and Rowland O. Abiodun. Indiana University Press. Bloomington. pp. 260-273.

2015

“‘We Ask For Justice, You Give us Law’: The Rule of Law, Economic Markets and the Reconfiguration of Victimhood. Chapter 11.” IN Contested Justice: The Politics and Practice of International Criminal Court Interventions. Editors Christian De Vos, Sara Kendall and Carsten Stahn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp 272-301.

2012

(with Deborah Thomas). Globalizing Race IN Race: Are We So Different? Edited by Alan H. Goodman, Yolanda T. Moses, and Joseph Jones. Pp. 235-237. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell Publishing.

Toward a Critically Engaged Ethnographic Practice IN Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge. Edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Clarke. Pp. 137-159. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

(with Rebecca Hardin). Introduction IN Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge. Edited by Rebecca Hardin and Kamari Clarke. Pp. 3-36. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

2009

The Cultural Aesthetics of Sàngó Africanization IN Sango in the African and African Diaspora. Pp. 213-232. Edited by Joel E. Tishken,, Toyin Falola and Akintunde Akinyemi.

Oyotunji Village: A Movement in the Making IN African American Religious Culture Encyclopedia Project. BC-CLIO World Religions Project

2007

The International Criminal Court: A Path to International Justice? IN Paths to International Justice: Social and Legal Perspectives. Edited by Marie-Bénédicte Dembour and Toby Kelly. Pp. 134-160. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Ritual Change and the Changing Canon. Divinatory Legitimization of Yorùbá Ancestral Roots in Oyotunji African Village IN Òrìşà Devotion as World Religion: The Globalization of Yorùbá Religious Culture. Edited by Jacob Kẹhinde Olupona and Terry Rey. Pp. 286-319. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

2006

Mapping Transnationality:  Roots Tourism and the Institutionalization of Ethnic Heritage IN Globalization and Race: Transformations in the Cultural Production of Blackness.   Edited by M. Kamari Clarke and Deborah Thomas. Pp. 133-153. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Yoruba Aesthetics and the Making of Trans-Atlantic Imaginaries IN Beautiful/Ugly: African and Diaspora Aesthetics.  Edited by Sarah Nuttall. Pp. 290-315. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

2005

Yoruba Aesthetics and the Making of Trans-Atlantic Imaginaries IN African Aesthetics: Essays on Beauty and Ugliness.  Edited by Sarah Nuttall. Amsterdam: The Prince Claus Fund; London: Phaidon; South Africa: Kwela Books.

1999

To Reclaim Yoruba Traditions is to Reclaim the Gods of Africa: Reflections on the Uses of Ethnography and History in Yoruba Revivalism IN Feminist Fields: Ethnographic Insights. Edited by Rae Anderson, Sally Cole, and Heather Howard-Bobiwash. Pp. 229- 242. Broadview Press: Peterborough.[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section][/cs_content]