Kamari Clarke on Digital Evidence and Police Brutality, and the Case for Letting Anthropology Burn, and How International Criminal Law Helps Entrench Structural Inequality
Article and videos available through The Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto
Remembering Winnie Mandela
Carleton University global and international studies professor Kamari Clarke joins CTV News with her take on the life and legacy of Winnie Mandela.
TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Trying Times for the ICC
Kamari Clarke • Faculty of Public Affairs
A review on Africa and the International Criminal Court
Michael Asiffo interview Kamari Maxine Clarke
A reflection on Black History Month and education. VIBE 1055FM
Interview with Tina Palivos
Tina Palivos of Yale University, CT YU with expertise in Cultural Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Human Rights.
Trudeau Attends Francophonie Summit
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the Franophone summit in Madagascar to draw attention to a number of important human rights issues. Kamari Clarke, professor with Carleton University joined CTV News Channel to weigh in on the progress made on this trip. | Interview on CTV
Kony 2012′ and the Portrayal of African Conflict
2012. American Society of International Law Annual Meeting. Ben Ferencz Panel. Washington, D.C. March 30, 2012. | Offsite Link
Kamari M. Clarke on Cultural Citizenship in the Black Atlantic World
Cultural Anthropology Journal – September 16th, 2013
Legal Anthropology and International Law. An Interview with Kamari Clarke, Part 1
The International Criminal Court and Legal Pluralism
2009. The MacMillan Report. Yale MacMillan Center of International and Area Studies.
Local and international human rights bodies
2009. Yale University Faith and Globalization Initiative Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut