"Art of Darkness: Black Art and the Problem of Belonging to England." Third Text: Third World Perspectives on Contemporary Art & Culture (Spring 1990), 10:45-52.
"This talk given in connection with the Other Story exhibition, 10 January 1990, Royal Festival Hall."
"This issue is dedicated to the memory of the philosopher and writer C. L. R. James who died on the 31st May 1989 at the age of 89."
"Climbing the Racial Mountain." Mediamatic (Summer 1990), 4(4):189-197.
An Interview conducted by Paul Gilroy with Isaac Julien on his film Looking For Langston.
"David A. Bailey: From Britain, Barbados or Both?" Creative Camera (1990), 2:10-13.
"The End of Anti-Racism." New Community: A Journal of Research and Policy on Ethnic Relations (October 1990), 17(1):71-83.
"The End of Anti-Racism." In Wendy Ball and John Solomos, eds., Race and Local Politics. Government Beyond the Centre. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1990.
"Frank Bruno or Salman Rushdie?" Media Education (1990), 14.
"Nationalism, History and Ethnic Absolutism." History Workshop: A Journal of Socialist and Feminist Historians (Autumn 1990), 30:114-120.
"One Nation under a Groove: The Cultural Politics of ‘Race’ and Racism in Britain." In David Theo Goldberg, ed., The Anatomy of Racism, pp. 263-282. Minneapolis & London: University of Minnesota Press, 1990.
"The Peculiarity of the Black English." In Flemming Rogilds, ed., Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining: Lectures on Everyday Life, Cultural Production and Race, pp. 117-125. Studies in Cultural Sociology/Kultursociologiske skrifter, No. 28. Copenhagen: Akademisk Forlag, 1990.
Papers read at an English-Danish conference hosted by the Institute of Cultural Sociology, University of Copenhagen, April 27-28, 1989.
"This Island Race." New Statesman & Society (February 2, 1990), 3(86):30-32.
An excerpt from a lecture given in connection with the Hayward exhibition, "The Other Story."