Affective justice : the International Criminal Court and the Pan-Africanist pushback
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Affective justice : the International Criminal Court and the Pan-Africanist pushback / Kamari Maxine Clark.
|Main author:||Clarke, Kamari Maxine, 1966- (Author)|
Table of Contents:
- Assemblages of interconnections
- Affective justice as a theorization of rule of law assemblages
- Affective justice: applications of the component parts
- Genealogies of anti-impunity: sentimentalizing legalism through the encapsulation of the victim to be saved and the perpetrator to be held accountable
- Founding moments and founding fathers: shaping publics through sentimental narratives
- Bio-mediation and the #bringbackourgirls campaign: making suffering visible through its decoupling from lived spaces
- From perpetrator to hero: re-narrating culpability through reattribution
- Affects, emotional regimes and the reattribution of international law
- Reattribution through the making of an African criminal court
- Treaty withdrawal as an affective practice: reattribution through refusal of the irrelevance of official capacity movement.