Universiteit Utrecht

Gezamenlijk persbericht van Universiteit Utrecht, Vrede van Utrecht en provincie Utrecht

8 september 2009

Prof. Paul Gilroy eerste hoogleraar Vrede van Utrecht-leerstoel

'De Europese gemeenschap is geobsedeerd door veiligheid en is bang voor anderen/andersdenkenden'

Prof. Paul Gilroy (1956) is de eerste hoogleraar die de nieuwe Vrede van Utrecht-leerstoel gaat bekleden bij de Universiteit Utrecht. Deze leerstoel richt zich op het in stand houden van het gedachtegoed van de Vrede van Utrecht die in 1713 werd gesloten.

Prof. Gilroy gaat in zijn eerste publieke lezing, op woensdag 16 september 2009, onder andere in op de erfenis van het Europese kolonialisme, het blijvende effect hiervan op de huidige Europese samenleving en de huidige obsessie met veiligheid en angst voor anderen/andersdenkenden. In andere seminars gaat hij in op status van de huidige debatten over 'etnisch anderen' in sociale en culturele theorie.

Paul Gilroy is professor in de sociale theorie aan de London School of Economics and Political Science. Hij is vooral bekend als wetenschappelijk geschiedschrijver over de cultuur, de ethische en politieke waarden van de Afrikaanse diaspora. Zijn visie hierop heeft een grote impact gehad op publieke debatten over de politieke bewustwording van de zwarte bevolking in de jaren negentig in Engeland. Gilroy gaf enkele jaren les aan Yale University en is actief geweest in het artistieke en culturele leven in London, waarin hij ook samenwerkte met het stadsbestuur.

Paul Gilroy is naast hoogleraar ook specialist op het gebied van muziekcultuur. Muziek is erg belangrijk voor Gilroy, niet alleen vanwege de populaire status, maar ook 'om de betekenis die taal en tekst hebben als uitingen van menselijk bewustzijn'. Na afloop van de lezing op woensdag 16 september zal Gilroy een gesprek houden met muziekjournalist Stan Rijven over 'muziek in de globaliserende wereld'. Aansluitend is er een optreden van C-mon en Kypski.

De Vrede van Utrecht die in 1713 is gesloten, wordt gezien als de start van de moderne diplomatie. In 2013 wordt 300 jaar Vrede van Utrecht gevierd. Om de relevantie van de Vrede van Utrecht in huidig Europees en internationaal perspectief te plaatsen, is een Vrede van Utrecht-leerstoel opgericht. Tot aan 2013 zullen verschillende hoogleraren de leerstoel bekleden. De leerstoel wordt ondergebracht bij het Centre for the Humanities van de faculteit Geesteswetenschappen van de Universiteit Utrecht.

De Vrede van Utrecht-leerstoel is een initiatief van Provinciale Staten van de provincie Utrecht en wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door Universiteit Utrecht, stichting Vrede van Utrecht en provincie Utrecht.

Meer informatie

Het curriculum vitae van Paul Gilroy is als attachment bijgevoegd.

Programma rondom de Vrede van Utrecht-leerstoel

Ludo Koks, perscommunicatie Universiteit Utrecht, (030) 253 2501, L.Koks@uu.nl.

Petra Orthel, stichting Vrede van Utrecht, (030) 239 3895, petraorthel@vredevanutrecht.nl.

PAUL GILROY
CURRICULUM VITAE

Born: London, 16.2.56.
Nationality: British.
Addresses: Sociology Department, London School of Economics, Houghton Street London WC2A 2AE

Current occupation: Anthony Giddens Professor of Social Theory, Sociology Department,
London School of Economics and Political Science.

EDUCATION
1978-1981 Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS), Birmingham University. My Ph.D. thesis: 'Racism, Class and The Contemporary Cultural Politics of 'Race' and Nation' was examined in Summer 1986. 1975-1978 Sussex University B.A. (Hons) 2.1 in American Studies. This degree involved final dissertations on the Sociology of Afro-American music and modes of masculinity in the radical novelists of the 30s. 1966-1973 University College School London.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Full Time

July 2005-present Anthony Giddens Professor of Social Theory, LSE. Chair, Sociology Department Research Committee.
2002-July 2005 Chair, Department of African American Studies and Charlotte Marian Saden Professor of Sociology and African American Studies Yale University. Social Sciences Divisional and Tenure Appointments Committee, 2001-2004. 1999-2002 Professor of Sociology and African American Studies, Yale University 2000-2002 Director of Graduate studies, Dept. of African American Studies 1995-1999 Professor of Sociology and Cultural Studies Goldsmiths' College, University of London. 1993-1995 Reader in Sociology Goldsmiths' College, University of London. 1992-1993 Senior Lecturer in department of Sociology Goldsmiths' College, University of London. 1991-1992 Lecturer, department of Sociology Goldsmiths' College, University of London. 1989-1991 Lecturer, department of Sociology Essex University. 1987-1989 Teaching Fellow, dept. of Social Sciences, South Bank Polytechnic. 1985-1987 Senior Lecturer, dept. of Social Sciences, South Bank Polytechnic.

Part time
1985 Spring Term - City of London Polytechnic. 1984 Autumn Term - As 1983.
1984 Autumn Term - The City Literary Institute. 1983 Autumn Term - City of London Polytechnic. 1979 - 81 Spring Terms - Birmingham University.

AWARDS
2005 D.Sc Honoris Causa, University of London (Goldsmiths College). 1994 Before Colombus Foundation American Book Award 1997-8 Nuffield Social Science Foundation Fellowship. 1978-81 Department of Education and Science Major Award

EXTERNAL EXAMINERSHIPS
1992-1995 B.A. Sociology at Liverpool John Moores University. 1987-1990 External assessor for the option course 'Issues in Race and Health' at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine dept of Clinical Epidemiology and General Practice. 1987-1990 B.A. Sociology at Birmingham Polytechnic. 1990-1993 B.Sc. in Applied Social Studies at the North London Polytechnic.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2005- Chair LSE Sociology Department Research Committee 2000-2005 Yale University Social Sciences Divisional C'ttee/Social Sciences Tenure Appointments C'ttee 2003. Yale University Social Science Junior Faculty Fellowships Committee 2000-2005 New Haven Teachers Institute Committee 2002. Yale University Committee on Diversity.
2003. Mentor to minority students.

INVITED LECTURES
In May 2002 I gave the Wellek Library memorial lectures at University of California, Irvine. In Fall 2006 I was the W.E.B. DuBois memorial lecturer at Harvard. During the last twelve months, I have given talks at Warwick University, Leeds, South Bank, Wako, Kobe, The Purcell Room, The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Georgetown, During the last few years I have given papers at Tate Modern, University of Rhode Island; State University of New York, Stonybrook; New School University; Lancaster University, The Einstein Forum, Potsdam; Leeds University, Candido Mendes University, Rio De Janiero; The Federal University of Bahia; Camberwell College of Art; The Royal Festival Hall; The British Council, Sao Paulo; Boston College, Vassar College, Bryn Mawr College, Barnard College, Harvard University, University of Chicago, University of California, Berkeley, The University of Washington, Seattle. Recent keynote addresses include: The Metropolis conference, Oslo, The History Workshop, University of Witwatersrand and The Migrant Cartographies Conference at The University of Amsterdam, The Brasilian Association for the study of Comparative Literature. During the previous five years, I have given lectures or other research-based presentations at The National Maritime Museum, Gothenburg University, University of Richmond, Virginia; Center for Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers University; Center for Cultural Studies, S.U.N.Y. Stonybrook; Umeå University, The International Association for the Study of Philosophy and Literature, Theater Institut Nederland; Leicester University, Keele University Law Dept, Sussex University Education Faculty, The Institute of Education, Sociology dept. seminar for staff and graduate students, The Centre for Urban Studies in Education, The British Film Institute, The I.B.A. The Whitechapel Gallery, The London University Summer School of English, St. Anthony's College Oxford, the department of Anthropology, University College, London; the South Bank Centre, the Studio Museum in Harlem, the Istituto Universitario Orientale in Naples; the department of Media and Communication at the University of Stockholm, The Centre for Afro-American studies, Wesleyan University and The Centre for Urban Legal Studies and The Black Studies department City College, New York The University of Vienna, the Volksbühne, Berlin; Brown University, the DIA foundation for the arts, de Balie (Amsterdam), Emory University, Duke University, University of North Carolina, Wesleyan University, University of Arizona, University of Minnesota, Amherst College, Williams College, New York University, Clark University, University of California, Santa Cruz; MacAllester College and Stanford University.

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS
2001. Visiting Professorial Fellow at Goldsmiths College, London University 1999-2002. 1995-6 Visiting Professor in the program for African and African-American Studies and the sociology department at Yale University 1994 Regents' Lecturer in the Critical Theory program at the University of California, Davis. 1992 Spring I was visiting Professor at the Center for Cultural Studies, Oakes College, University of California, Santa Cruz. 1990. Fall semester visiting Professor in the program for African and African-American Studies and the sociology department at Yale University

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

From January 1982 until August 1985, I worked as a research officer in the Greater London Council (GLC). I have also been employed as a journalist, researcher, and musician. Since gaining a full-time academic post, I have combined my work as a teacher and researcher with a subsidiary career as a freelance journalist specialising in the literature, music and expressive cultures of the African diaspora. This has involved me in writing for New Musical Express; The Wire, where I had a regular column from 1988-1991; The New Internationalist; The Encyclopaedia of Rock; New Statesman and Society and City Limits where I was also a contributing editor between 1982 and 1984. I have written book reviews, comment pieces and other short essays on a variety of cultural and political topics for The Guardian , The Observer , The Chronicle of Higher Education, Sight and Sound, Jewish Socialist, Casablanca, New Statesman, New Society, Race Today, Race and Class, Searchlight, Marxism Today, ZG, The Times Higher Education Supplement, The Times Literary Supplement and Emergency where I was a founding member of the editorial collective.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
In 1980, I worked jointly with Valerie Amos on a research study of ethnic minorities and adult education in the Birmingham area for an A.C.A.C.E. project supervised by Prof. Alan Little of Goldsmiths' College. In 1985 I sat on the West Midlands County Council Panel of Enquiry into the Handsworth disorders and co-authored a report into these events which was published in 1986 under the title 'A Different Reality'. I have also worked as a freelance film researcher and consultant on a number of projects for the BBC, for independent film makers and film workshops. These have included 'Territories' (Sankofa 1983), 'Handsworth Songs' (Black Audio Film Collective for Channel 4 (1986), 'The People's Account' Ceddo for Channel 4 (1986), 'The Black and White Pirate Show' Birmingham Film Workshop for Channel 4 (1987) 'Mr. Magic Feet' (BBC 1987) 'Step Forward' Albany Video for Channel 4 (1988) 'The Divided Kingdom' HTV for Channel 4 (1988), 'Young Soul Rebels' Sankofa/BFI (1991) "Darker Shade of Black" Black Audio/Normal/BBC 2 (1994), "Frantz Fanon" BBC 2/Normal (1995) and "In the Blood" BBC2 (1996).

OTHER RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
Between 2002 and 2004 I worked with a team from the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin to curate a multi-disciplinary festival of the black Atlantic. This was held between September and November 2004. I sit on the council of Tate Modern, am a trustee of Open Democracy, and currently I belong to the editorial boards of Senses and Society, Cultural Studies, Social Identities, Young (Nordic Journal of Youth Research) and the internet-based journal of political theory Theory/Event. In late 1995 I co-curated a small show, "Picturing Blackness: the subject of race in British art" with Virginia Button at the Tate Gallery.

CURRENT RESEARCH
My current research interests lie in three principal areas.
1] Political sociology and political theory.
This element of my current research is concerned with relationships between multiculturalism, hierarchy, difference and the elaboration of non-racial democracy. The local dimension is complemented by an exploration of the dimensions of black European identity and the cultural and political resources necessary for the development and sustenance of a Europe-wide anti-racist movement. I have become particularly interested in the relationship between sovereign territory, ethnic and national consciousness. This work also extends already published material on the history of maritime cultures and on the opposition between land and sea. I see this aspect of my work as an ongoing intervention in contemporary debates over globalisation and the complex life of trans-local political communities.


2] The development of black vernacular and popular cultures especially literature, music and the social relations that support it. This strand of my work has drawn me into writing a book length manuscript entitled Real Time: skill, technology and desire in twentieth century black music(s). It is a history of black musics in the second half of the twentieth century in which technology, memory and trans-cultural relationships provide the central themes. This project is entangled with a wider contentious commentary on the difficult history of consumer cultures and their relationship to the lives of black populations in the United States and Britain.


3] Histories of colonial statecraft.
I intend to produce a book length manuscript on the workings of colonial governance that will depart from and engage with debates between African political theorists particularly Achille Mbembe and Mahmood Mamdani but extend their focus into a consideration of the emergent post-colonial order at national and supra-national levels. Key themes in this work are the emergence of states and spaces of exception within globalised culture and institutions, the history of the legal codes that determine patterns of human expendability and death with impunity and a critique of those versions of humanitarianism that exclude any consideration of colonial rule.

PUBLICATIONS
A full bibliography covering the years 1980-2002 is available online at: http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/~scctr/Wellek/gilroy Books (as sole author):
2009 Darker Than Blue: On The Moral Economies of Black Atlantic Cultures (Harvard University Press) 2007 Black Britain: A Pictorial History (Al Saqi) 2004 After Empire: Melancholia or Convivial Culture? (Routledge) Also published in the USA as Postcolonial Melancholia (Columbia University Press, 2005) Italian translation 2006, Japanese translation 2008. 2000 Between Camps (Penguin, UK ) Also published as Against Race: Imagining Political Culture Beyond The Color Line in the USA by Harvard University Press. Second English edition published by Routledge, 2004. Brasilian Portugese translation 2007. 1993 The Black Atlantic Modernity and Double Consciousness (Harvard University Press/Verso). This was a winner of The Before Columbus Foundation's American Book Award in 1994. Translated into Italian, Japanese, Portugese and French. 1993 Small Acts: thoughts on the politics of black cultures (Serpent's Tail) 1987/02 "There Ain't No Black In the Union Jack" The Cultural Politics of Race and Nation (Hutchinson/Unwin Hyman/Routledge). An updated, second edition of this book was published in the UK by Routledge during 2002. A U.S. edition, of this book was published by University of Chicago Press in 1991.

Books (as co-author)
1995 (with Iain Chambers) Hendrix, hip-hop e l'interruzione del pensiero 1982/92 (with CCCS race and politics group) The Empire Strikes Back - Race and Racism in '70s Britain (Hutchinson/Routledge/Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies).

Books (as co-editor)
2004 der Black Atlantic with Sassa Kraft, Peter Seel and Tina Campt (Haus der Kulturen der Welt) 2000. Without Guarantees: Essays In Honour of Stuart Hall with Lawrence Grossberg and Angela McRobbie (Verso)

Pamphlets
1999 Joined Up Politics and post-colonial melancholia Institute of Contemporary Arts pamphlet. 1997 Between Camps; Race and Culture in Postmodernity Inaugural Lecture series, Goldsmiths College London University. 1995 The Status of Difference: from epidermalisation to nano-politics Critical Urban Studies Occasional Paper, Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths College, University of London. 1988 Problems in Anti-racist Strategy (Runneymede Trust Pamphlet) 1986 (with Reena Bhavnani, Juliet Coke, Stuart Hall, Herman Ouseley and Keith Vaz) A Different Reality - An Account of Black People's experiences and their grievances before and after the Handsworth Rebellion of September 1985 (West Midlands County Council) .

JOURNAL ARTICLES:
2007 "De l'Atlantique noir a la mélancholie postcoloniale. Entretien avec Paul Gilroy" Mouvements, 51, septembre-octobre, pp.90-102. 2007 "Shooting Crabs In A Barrel" Screen Vol. 48, No. 2, Summer 2007, pp. 233-237. 2007 "Tegen de Bechavingsdrift" (Against Civilisationism) Nexus 47, pp. 29-45. 2006 "Multiculture In Times of War" Critical Quarterly Volume 48, No. 4, pp. 27-45. 2005 "Multiculture, double consciousness and the 'war on terror'" Patterns of Prejudice, Volume 39, Number 4, pp. 431-443. 2005 "Melancholia or Conviviality? The Politics of Belonging to England" Soundings, 29, pp. 35-46. 2004 "Could You Be Loved?" Critical Quarterly Vol 47, Nos 1-2, pp. 226-245 2004 "Bold As Love" Critical Quarterly Vol. 46, No.4, pp. 112-125. 2003 "Race is Ordinary: Britain's post-colonial melancholia" Philosophia Africana vol. 6 no.1, March pp.31-46. 2003 'Where ignorant armies clash by night': Homogeneous community and the planetary aspect' International Journal of Cultural Studies, Volume 06 Issue 03, pp. 261-276 2002 "Reply to my critics" Ethnicities vol. 2.no.4. 2002, pp.554-560. 2001 "After the great white error . . . the great black mirage" Transformation , 47, pp.28-49. 2000 "Black Fascism" Transition vol. 9, nos. 1-2, pp. 70-91. 1999 "A London Sumptin' dis'" Critical Quarterly Vol.41, No3. 1999 pp. 57-69. 1999 "The Politics of Culture" Black Film Bulletin Winter 1999, Vol.6, No.4. 1998 "Race ends here" Ethnic And Racial Studies Vol. 21, No.5, pp. 839-847. 1998 "For The Transcultural Record" Prince Claus Fund Journal 1,1,1998 pp. 48-55. 1996 "Diasporaen og Identitetens Omveje" Social Kritik No.45/6, September pp. 19-42 (Denmark) 1996 "The Antinomies of modernity" Gendaishisho ("Contemporary Philosophy", Japan) May. 1996 "The Tyrannies of Unanimism" New Formations 28, Spring 1996. 1995 "Breaking Chains Making Links" Found Object 6, Fall. 1994 "'After The Love Has Gone': bio-politics and etho-poetics in the black public sphere" Public Culture Vol.7, no.1, Fall 1994 pp.49-76. This essay is also to be found in Third Text, 28/29 Autumn/Winter 1994 pp. 25-47. 1994 'Diaspora' Paragraph Volume 17, No.3, November 1994, pp. 207-212. 1994 'Black Cultural Politics' Found Object, 4, Fall 1994, pp. 46-82. 1993 'Between Afro-centrism and Euro-centrism: Youth Culture and the problem of hybridity' Young: Nordic Journal of youth research Volume 1, no.2. 1992 'Wearing your art on your sleeve: Towards a diaspora theory of black ephemera' in (eds.) D. A. Bailey and S. Hall The Critical Decade: Black British Photography of the 1980s Ten 8 Vol.2, No.3 1991 'It Ain't Where You're From...Its Where You're At...The Dialectics of Diasporic Identification' Third Text 13 (Spring ) 1991 'La Fin De L'Antiracisme' Les Temps Modernes , 540 541, Juillet-Aout 1991 'Sounds Authentic - Black music, ethnicity and the challenge of a changing same ' Journal of Black Music Research (Volume 11, no.2 Fall, 1991). 1990 'The Art Of Darkness' Third Text 10, Spring 1990. 1990 'Climbing The Racial Mountain' Mediamatic, 4,4 Summer 1990. 1990 'Belonging' Creative Camera 2, 1990.
1990 'Frank Bruno or Salman Rushdie?' Media Education, 14, 1990. 1990 'Nationalism, History and Ethnic Absolutism' History Workshop 30, Autumn. 1989 'Cruciality and The Frog's Perspective - The aesthetics and politics of the black arts movement in Britain' Art and Text (Australia) no.32, March/May; also printed in Third Text no. 5, April. 1989 'Nothing But Sweat Inside My Hand - Diaspora Aesthetics and Black Art In Britain' in (ed.) Kobena Mercer I.C.A. Documents no. 7 1985 'Law and Order the state of the left' Capital and Class no.25 (Spring). This essay has also been re-printed in (ed.) Phil Scraton Law, Order and The Authoritarian State Open University Press, 1987. 1984 'There's A Riot Going On - Youth, State and Public Order' Emergency no.2. 1983 'Channel 4, Bridgehead or Bantustan?' Screen (July / October). 1983 'Black on Black on Black' Edinburgh International Television Festival Programme. 1981 'You Can't Fool The Youth Race and Class Formation in the 80s' Race and Class (Autumn/Winter) 1980 'Managing The Underclass - A note on the Sociology of race in Britain' Race and Class (Summer).

ESSAYS IN BOOKS:
2007 "Multiculture and conviviality in postcolonial Europe" in The Urgency of Theory Antonio Pinto Ribeiro (ed.) pp. 125-142, Carcanet/Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian. 2007 "Offshore Humanism" in Port City: On Mobility and Exchange pp.18-26, (Arnolfini) 2007 "A Crisis of Race and Raciology" The Cultural Studies Reader (3rd Edition) ed. Simon During, Routledge pp. 264-282. 2006 "Culture and Multi-culture In The Age of Rendition" in Antonio Pinto Ribeiro (ed.) The State of The World pp. 124-145, Carcanet/Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian. This text is published in Portugese as O Estado do Mundo pp.173-204. 2006 "Post-Colonialism and multiculturalism" in The Oxford Handbook of Political Theory pp.656-676, eds. John S. Dryzek, Bonnie Honig and Anne Phillips, Oxford University Press. 2006 "Introductione" F. Fanon, Scritti politici I. Per la rivoluzione africana, Derive Approdi, (Roma) 2006 "The Rootless Cosmopolitanism of The Black Atlantic" in Early Black British Writing pp. 369-376, (eds.) Alan Richardson and Debbie Lee, Houghton Mifflin Riverside Editions. 2006 "Crni Atlantik kao konkraktura modernieta" pp. 335-357, in Politika Teorije ed. Dean Duda, Disput, Zagreb. 2005 "Is Faith Re-defining The Race Equality Project?" a conversation with Herman Ousley in (ed.) Madeleine Bunting Islam, Race and Being British pp.25-9, Guardian/Barrow Cadbury Trust. 2005 "A Cat In A Kipper Box or The Confessions of a Second Generation Immigrant" in Migrant Cartographies: New Cultural and Literary Spaces in Post-Colonial Europe Edited and Introduced by Sandra Ponzanesi and Daniela Merolla, Lexington Books, pp.79-93. 2005 "The Tyrannies of Unanimism" in Postcolonialisms An Anthology of Cultural Theory and Criticism eds. Gaurav Desai and Supiriya Nair, Berg, pp.220-248. 2005 "Between Camps" in Nations and Nationalism A Reader eds. Philip Spencer and Howard Wollman, Edinburgh University Press, pp.149-163. 2004 "Bold As Love: Jimi's Afrocyberdelia and the challenge of the not yet" in ed. Kandia Crazy Horse Rip It Up: The Black Experience In Rock 'n Roll Palgrave pp.25-38 2004. "Between The Blues and the Blues Dance" in eds. L. Back and M. Bull, The Auditory Culture Reader (Berg) pp.381-395 2004 "Foreword: Migrancy Culture and a new map of Europe" Blackening Europe: The African American Presence ed. Heike Raphael-Hernandez Routledge pp.xi-xxii. 2003 "After The Great White Error . . . The Great Black Mirage" in eds. Donald S. Moore, Jake Kosek and Anand Pandian Race, Nature And The Politics of Difference Duke University Press, pp. 73-98. 2002 "Black Music and Authenticity" in Performance Studies ed. Erin Striff, (Palgrave) pp. 137-151. 2002 "Post colonial Melancholia" in Recognition and Difference eds. Scott Lash and Mike Featherstone pp. 151-168. (Sage) 2001 "Introduction" to the Penguin Modern Classics edition of The Autobiography of Malcolm X pp.3-9, Penguin Books. 2001 "Driving While Black" in (ed.) Daniel Miller Car Cultures (Berg) pp. 81-104. 2001 "Foreword" in Race, Sport and British Society (Routledge) eds. Ben Carrington and Ian McDonald pp.xi-xvii. 2001 "W. E. B. Du Bois" International Encyclopaedia of The Social And Behavioural Sciences eds. Neil J Smelser and Paul B. Baltes, Elsevier Science Press. 2000 "The Dialectics of Diaspora Identification." In Les Back and John Solomos, eds., Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader, pp. 490-502. Routledge, 2000 2000 "The Black Atlantic as a Counterculture of Modernity." In Kwesi Owusu, ed., Black British Culture and Society: A Text Reader, pp. 439-452. Comedia/Routledge, 2000 1999 "Making Identity Matter: difference and visual culture in an age of iconisation" in Linda Roodenburg (ed.) Photowork(s) in Progress II/Constructing Identity Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon, (Gent) pp. 96-110. 1999 "Analogs of Mourning, Mourning the analog" in Karen Kelly and Evelyn McDonnell (eds.) Stars Don't Stand Still In The Sky: Music and Myth DIA Foundation/N.Y.U.Press) 1998 "Extraterritorialitat: Die Entfremdung der Entfremdung" in Diedrich Diedrichsen hg, Loving The Alien: Science Fiction Diaspora Multikultur pp. 30-48, ID Verlag, (Germany) 1998. 1998 "Not Being Inhuman" afterword to Bryan Cheyette and Laura Marcus eds. Modernity, Culture, The Jew Stanford University Press /Polity Press. 1998 "The Question of A Soulful Style" in eds. Monique Guillory and Richard C. Green Soul: Black Power, Politics and Pleasure New York University Press. 1997 "Exer(or)cising Blackness" in ed. Helen Thomas Dance and The City Harper Collins. 1997 "Scales and Eyes: "race making difference" in ed. Sue Golding Eight Technologies of Otherness Routledge. 1997 "Diaspora and the detours of identity" in Kath Woodward ed. Identity & Difference Open University/Sage. 1996 "Introduction" to Richard Wright's Eight Men Harper Perennial edition USA. 1996 "Intervention For What? Black TV and the impossibility of Politics" pp.29-39 in remote control ed. June Givanni, British Film Institute. 1995 " . . to be real: the dissident forms of black expressive culture"pp. 12-33 in Let's Get It On: The Politics of Black Performance ICA/Bay Press, Seattle, ed. Catherine Ugwu. 1995 "Route work: The Black Atlantic And The Politics of Exile"pp. 17-29 in The Post-Colonial Question eds. Iain Chambers and Lydia Curti, Routledge. 1995 "British Cultural Studies And The Pitfalls of Identity" pp. 35-49 in Cultural Studies and Communications eds. James Curran, David Morley and Valerie Walkerdine, Edward Arnold. This essay has been re-printed in (ed.) Houston A. Baker jnr. et al Black British Cultural Studies Chicago University Press. 1995 'Roots and routes: black identity as an outernational project' in ed. Herbert W. Harris et al Racial and Ethnic Identity: Psychological Development and Creative Expression (Routledge) 1995 Diaspora Crossings: inter-cultural and trans-national identities in the Black Atlantic' in Neogotiating Identities: Essays on Immigration and Culture in Present Day Europe (eds.) Aleksandra Ålund and Raoul Grandqvist; Studia ImagoLogica; Rodopi, Amsterdam /Atlanta. 1994 'Sounds Authentic: Black Music, Ethnicity and the challenge of a changing same' in (eds.) Sidney Lemelle & Robin Kelley Imagining Home: Class, Culture and Nationalism in the African Diaspora Verso. 1994 'Foreword' In the Best Interests of The Child (eds.) J. Aldridge & I. Gaber, Free Association Books. 1993 'Black and White on the dance floor' in Studying Culture (ed.) Ann Gray & Jim McGuigan (Edward Arnold). 1993 'Urban Social Movements "Race" and Community' in Colonial Discourse And Post-Colonial Theory (eds.) Patrick WIlliams and Laura Chrisman (Harvester Wheatsheaf). 1992 'Diaspora Cultures' in (eds.) Stuart Hall (et al) Modernity And Its Futures (Polity Press). 1992 'Cultural Studies and Ethnic Absolutism' in L. Grossberg, C. Nelson and P. Treichler (eds.) Cultural Studies Now and In The Future (Routledge) 1992 'The End of Anti-racism' in (eds.) J.Donald and A. Rattansi Race, Culture and Society (Sage). 1992 Foreword to Beneath The Surface: Racial Harassment Barnor Hesse et al (Avebury Press). 1992 'It's a Family Affair' in Black Popular Culture (ed.) Gina Dent, (Bay Press). 1991 'The End of Anti Racism ' In W. Ball & J. Solomos (eds.) Race and Local Politics (Macmillan) 1990 'One Nation Under A Groove - The cultural politics of 'race' and racism in Britain' in (ed.) David Theo Goldberg Anatomy of Racism (University of Minnesota Press). 1990 'The Peculiarities of The Black English' in (ed.) F. Rogilds Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining - Race Cultural Production and Everyday Life (Akademisk Forlag) 1988 'Two Tone Britain, Black Youth, White Youth and the cultural politics of anti-racist sensibility' in (eds.) Phil Cohen and Harwant Bains Youth in Multi-racist Britain (Macmillan). 1987 "The Myth of Black Criminality" and "Law and Order: The State Of The Left" (with Joe Sim) in Phil Scraton (ed.) Law, order and the authoritarian state Open University press. 1984 'Leisure Industries and New Technology' in (eds.) P. Ayrton and V. Ware World View 1985 (Pluto/Pantheon). 1984 'C. L. R. James' in (eds.) M. A. R. H. O. Visions of History Pantheon/Manchester University Press, pp.263-278. 1983 'Die Jugend laBt sich nicht zum Narren Halten' in (ed.) Wilfried Breyvogel Autonomie und Widerstand (Rigodon Verlag). 1983 'The African influence and the political economy of pop' in (ed.) P Ayrton. World View 1984 (Pluto/Pantheon). 1982 'White Sociology Black Struggle' in (ed.) D. Robbins et al Rethinking Social Inequality (Gower). 1982 'The Myth of Black Criminality' in (eds.) M. Eve and D. Musson The Socialist Register Merlin. This essay has been re-printed in updated form in (ed.) P. Scraton Law, Order And The Authoritarian State Open University Press, 1987. 1982 'The July Riots of 1981' in (ed.) P. Ayrton World View 1983 (Pluto / Pantheon).

ARTS & EXHIBITION CATALOGUES
2008 "Alfredo Jaar: Reitroducing Humanity To The World" (Milan) 2007 "Doris Salcedo: Shibboleth" (Tate Modern)
2007 "Shemelis Desta: In The Penumbra of Power" (The Photographers' Gallery) 2005 "'No, I do not have the right to be a Negro' Black vernacular visual culture and the poetry of the future" pp. 166-173, in eds. David A. Bailey, Petrine Archer Straw and Richard J. Powell Back To Black: The Black Arts Movement (Whitechapel Gallery) 1999 "Making Identity Matter" in (ed.) Linda Roodenburg PhotoWorks In Progress Editons Rodopoi (Netherlands) 1997 "For The Inter-cultural Record" Johannesburg Biennale catalogue. 1997 "Moderm Tones" in Rhapsodies In Black (Heyward Gallery) Harlem Renaissance exhibition catalogue text (eds.) David A. Bailey, Richard J. Powell & Linda Schofield. 1995 Catalogue text for the exhibition 'Picturing Blackness: The Subject of Race in British Art' (Tate Gallery) 1991 'Interrogating Identity - a roundtable discussion' in Catalogue for the Interrogating Identity show, Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University. 1990 'Chanting Heads: a conversation' AND Journal of Art Education No 21. 1988 Catalogue text for "D-Max" exhibition at The Photographer's Gallery, London.

MISCELLANEOUS:
2005 Sleevenote for CD release "London Is The Place For Me" volume two, Honest Johns Records. 1995 "Unwelcome" Sight and Sound February.
1991 "Spiking The Argument" Sight and Sound November. 1991 Sleevenote for the soundtrack recording of the film Young Soul Rebels. 1988 Sleeve notes for 'Do It Fluid' and 'Jazz Carnival - The Best of Azymuth' both issued by Ace Records.

G.L.C. PUBLICATIONS
1984 (with Claire Demuth) Racial Harassment in London. 1983 (with Tony Bunyan, Claire Demuth and Louise Christian) A New Police Authority for London. 1982 (with Tony Bunyan, Claire Demuth and Joe Sim) Policing London, The Policing Aspects of Lord Scarman's Report on The Brixton Disorders.

FORTHCOMING

"The Status of Difference: Multi-culturalism and the Post-colonial city" eds. Joke Pollet and Wolfgang Riedel (Vakgroep Engels, in press)

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