Journal Articles

“Towards Reflexivity in the Anthropology of Expertise and Law.” American Anthropologist. Introduction to Special Section: Cultural Expertise. Vol. 122. Issue 3, pp 584-587 | PDF

The beauty….is that it speaks for itself’: geospatial materials as evidentiary matters. 2019. Kamari Clarke and co-authored with Sara Kendall. IN Legal Materialities.  Law Text Culture Journal. Special Issue. Special Issue Editors: Hyo Yoon Kang and Sara Kendall. Law, Text, Culture. Volume 23. Legal Materiality. Article 7. | PDF

Affective Justice: The Racialized Imaginaries of International Justice. Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR). Vol. 42. Issue 2, pp 244-267 | PDF

“Rethinking Sovereignty through Hashtag Publics: The New Body Politics.” Cultural Anthropology – Openings and Retrospectives. Vol. 32. Issue 3, pp 359-366. ISSN 0886-7356, online ISSN 1548-1360. | PDF

“Beyond Genealogies: Expertise and Religious Knowledge in Legal Cases Involving African Diasporic Publics.” Transforming Anthropology. Vol. Number 0, pp. 1-26, ISSN 1051-0559, electronic ISSN 1548-7466. The American Anthropological Association. | PDF

Clarke, Kamari M. “The Urgency of New Historiographies in International Relations.” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Vol. 36. Issue 1, pp 213-219 | PDF

Clarke, Kamari Maxine.  “Refiguring the perpetrator: culpability, history and international criminal law’s impunity gap.” The International Journal of Human Rights 19 (5): 592-614. | PDF

with Sarah-Jane Koulen. “The Legal Politics of Article 16: The International Criminal Court, the UN Security Council and Ontologies of Contemporary Compromise.” African Journal of Legal Studies 7(3): 297-319. | PDF

Notes on Cultural Citizenship in the Black Atlantic World. Introduction. Cultural Anthropology 28 (3): 464-474.  | PDF

Assemblages of Experts: The Caribbean Court of Justice and the Modernity of Caribbean Postcoloniality.  Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism 17 (2-41): 88-107.  |  PDF

with Deborah Thomas. Globalization and Race: Structures of Inequality, New Sovereignties, and Citizenship in a Neoliberal Era. Annual Review of Anthropology 42: 302-25.  |  PDF

Thoughts on Jean Comaroff’s Political Economy of Zombies. In Religion and Society: Advances in Research 3(1): 26-30.  |  PDF

Kony 2012, The ICC and the Problem with the Peace and Justice Divide. The Annual Ben Ferencz Session: Africa and the International Criminal Court at the 106th American Society of International Law (ASIL) Proceedings of the Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. Pp. 309-313. March 28-30, 2012.  |  PDF

The Rule of Law Through Its Economies of Appearances: The Making of the African Warlord. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies Winter 18(1): 7-40.  |  PDF

Constituting Terms for International Change: Reflecting on Strategies for Women’s Rights. American Society of International Law 10 (March 24-27, 2010): 561-564.  |  PDF

The Politics of Faith and the Limits of Scientific Reason: Tracking the Anthropology of Human Rights and Religion. Religion and Society: Advances in Research 1 (2010): 110–130.  |  PDF

Rethinking Africa through its Exclusions: The Politics of Naming Criminal Responsibility. “Rethinking Africa in the Neoliberal World.” Jean Comaroff, Achille Mbembe, Jesse Shipley. Anthropological Quarterly 83(3): 625–652.  | PDF

Toward a Critically Engaged Ethnographic Practice. Current Anthropology:  A Journal of the Human Sciences. The Wenner Gren Foundation For Anthropological Research 51 (S2): S301-S312.  |  PDF

New Spheres of Transnational Formations: Mobilizations of Humanitarian Diasporas.   Transforming Anthropology18(1): 48-65.  |  PDF

Transnational Yorùbá revivalism and the diasporic politics of heritage. American Ethnologist 34 (4): 721-734.  | PDF

Internationalizing the Statecraft: The ICC, Religious Revivalism, and the Cultural Politics of Genocide. The Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review 28 (2): 279-334.  |  PDF

The Globalization of Human Rights. Anthropology News. American Anthropological Association 47(5): 5.  |  PDF

Governmentality, Modernity, and the Historical Politics of Oyo-Hegemony in Yoruba Transnational Revivalism.  Anthropologica: The Journal of the Canadian Anthropology Society. Volume 44-42: 271-293. PDF