Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge

The ethnographic methods that anthropologists first developed to study other cultures—fieldwork, participant observation, dialogue—are now being adapted for a broad array of applications, such as business, conflict resolution and demobilization, wildlife conservation, education, and biomedicine. In Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, anthropologists trace the changes they have seen in ethnography as a method and as an intellectual approach, and they offer examples …

Mirrors of Justice

Mirrors of Justice is a groundbreaking study of the meanings of and possibilities for justice in the contemporary world. The book brings together a group of both prominent and emerging scholars to reconsider the relationships between justice, international law, culture, power, and history through case studies of a wide range of justice processes. The book’s eighteen authors examine the ambiguities …

Globalization and Race

Kamari Maxine Clarke and Deborah A. Thomas argue that a firm grasp of globalization requires an understanding of how race has constituted, and been constituted by, global transformations. Focusing attention on race as an analytic category, this state-of-the-art collection of essays explores the changing meanings of blackness in the context of globalization. It illuminates the connections between contemporary global processes …

Forthcoming Titles

(in progress) Legal Encapsulation and the Politics of Sentimentality. (in progress) Clarke, Kamari Maxine and Charles Jalloh. African Court Compendium Project. (in progress) Clarke, Kamari co-edited with Abel Knotterus and Eejfe De Volder. Africa and the International Criminal Court. Perceptions of Justice. Cambridge University Press.

Forthcoming Titles

(in progress) Legal Encapsulation and the Politics of Sentimentality. (in progress) Clarke, Kamari Maxine and Charles Jalloh. African Court Compendium Project. (in progress) Clarke, Kamari co-edited with Abel Knotterus and Eejfe De Volder. Africa and the International Criminal Court. Perceptions of Justice. Cambridge University Press.