"Between Afro-Centrism and Euro-Centrism: Youth Culture and the Problem of Hybridity." Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research (1993), 1(2).
"Black and White on the Dance-Floor." In Ann Gray and Jim McGuigan, eds., Studying Culture: An Introductory Reader, pp. 122-133. London & New York: E. Arnold, 1993.
Excerpt from 'There Ain't No Black in the Union Jack' (1987).
The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness. Cambridge: Harvard University Press; London & New York: Verso,
1 The Black Atlantic as a Counterculture of Modernity :1-40
2 Masters, Mistresses, Slaves, and the Antinomies of Modernity :41-71
3 "Jewels Brought from bondage": Black Music and the Politics of Authenticity:72-110
4 "Cheer the Weary Traveller": W.E.B. Du Bois, Germany, and the Politics of (Dis)placement:111-145
5 "Without the Consolation of Tears": Richard Wright, France, and the Ambivalence of Community :146-186
6 "Not a Story to Pass On": Living Memory and the Slave Sublime:187-223
"Breaking Chains, Making Links." Jewish Socialist (Winter 1993), 30.
See reprint "Breaking Chains, Making Links" (1995).
"Just a regular academic: Richard Liston Talks to Paul Gilroy about politics, Bernie Grant and his awesome record collection." The Weekly Journal [London] (December 2, 1993), 83:11.
"Mixing It." " Sight and Sound (September 1993), 3(9):24-25.
"How Is British National Identity Defined?And How Do Race and Nation Intersect. Paul Gilroy on Robert Hughes' Culture of Complaint, the nation and multi-culturalism."
Review of Cornel West's Keeping Faith: Philosophy and Race in America. Artforum (December 1993), 32(4):75.
Small Acts: Thoughts on the Politics of Black Cultures.
London & New York: Serpent's Tale, 1993.
Part One Black and English: a lived contradiction
1 One Nation under a Groove:19-48
2 The Pecularities of the Black English:49-62
3 Nationalism , History and Ethnic Absolutism:63-73
4 Art of Darkness: Black Art and the Problem of Belonging to England:74-85
5 Frank Bruno or Salman Rushdie?86-94
Part Two Diaspora Identities, Diaspora Aesthetics
6 Cruciality and the Frogís Perspective: An Agenda of Difficulties for the Black Arts Movement in Britain:97-114
8 It Ainít Where Youíre From, Itís Where Youíre At: The Dialectics of Diaspora Identification:120-145
9 On the Beach: David A. Bailey:146-152
10 Whose Millennium is This? Blackness: Pre-Modern, Post-Modern, Anti-Modern:153-165
11 Climbing the Racial Mountain: A Conversation with Isaac Julien:166-172
Part Three Black Atlantic Exchanges
12 Living Memory: A Meeting with Toni Morrison:175-182
13 Spiking the Argument: Spike Lee and the Limits of Racial Community:183-191
14 Itís a Family Affair: Black Culture and the Trope of Kinship:192-207
15 A Dialogue with bell hooks:208-236
16 Wearing Your Art on Your Sleeve: Notes Towards a Diaspora History of Black Ephemera:237-257
"Travelling Theorist." Review of Edward Saidís Culture and Imperialism and Michael Sprinker, ed. Edward Said: A Critical Reader. New Statesman & Society (February 12, 1993), 6(239):46-47.
"Urban Social Movements, 'Race' and Community ." In Patrick Williams and Laura Chrisman, eds., Colonial Discourse and Post-Colonial Theory: A Reader, pp. 404-420. New York & London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1993.
Conclusion to Paul Gilroyís ĎThere Ainít No Black in the Union Jackí: The Cultural Politics of Race and Nation (1987).