Visualizing Justice

Visualizing Justice is a project that seeks to make visible and accessible the social, political, and historical contexts in which racial injustice occurs. Through an innovative transdisciplinary approach that brings insights from law, anthropology, history and art, together with practices of film-making and visualisation, the project explores ways of depicting layers of injustice that are often invisible to legal processes. …

Religion, Diaspora and the Limits of the Law

  Religion, Diaspora and the Limits of the Law Over the past two decades, I have been engaged in analyzing a range of contemporary challenges in transnational black occult religions that are sometimes at odds with emergent rights endowed agendas of state and international institutions. The manuscript from which is evolving from that research is entitled Of Dreamers and the …