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Author Clarke, Kamari Maxine, 1966-

Title Fictions of justice : the International criminal court and the challenges of legal pluralism in sub-Saharan Africa / Kamari Maxine Clarke.

Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Law  KR 961 CLAR    DUE 15-10-19
Physical description xxv, 322 pages ; 23 cm.
Series Cambridge studies in law and society.
Cambridge studies in law and society.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction. The Rule of Law and Its Imbrications - Justice in the Making -- Pt. 1. The Production of Liberalist Truth Regimes -- 1. Constructing Fictions: Moral Economies in the Tribunalization of Violence -- 2. Crafting the Victim, Crafting the Perpetrator: New Spaces of Power, New Specters of Justice -- 3. Multiple Spaces of Justice: Uganda, the International Criminal Court, and the Politics of Inequality -- Pt. 2. The Religious Politics of Incommensurability -- 4. "Religious" and "Secular" Micropractices: The Roots of Secular Law, the Political Content of Radical Islamic Beliefs -- 5. "The Hand Will Go to Hell": Islamic Law and the Crafting of the Spiritual Self -- 6. Islamic Sharia at the Crossroads: Human Rights Challenges and the Strategic Translation of Vernacular Imaginaries -- Epilogue: Toward a Critical Transnational Legal Pluralism.
Subject Legal polycentricity -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
International and municipal law -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
Religion and law -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
Criminal law -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
ISBN 9780521889100 (hardback)
0521889103 (hardback)
9780521717793 (paperback)
0521717795 (paperback)