"'After the Love Has Gone': Bio-Politics and Etho-Poetics in the Black Public Sphere."
Public Culture: Study for Transnational Cultural Studies (Fall 1994), 7(1):49-76.
This issue is entitled "The Black Public Sphere."
"'After the Love Has Gone': Bio-Politics and Etho-Poetics in the Black Public Sphere." Third Text (Autumn -Winter 1994), 28-29:25-47.
"Black Cultural Politics: An Interview with Paul Gilroy." Found Object (Fall 1994), 4:46-81. Tommy Lott interviews Paul Gilroy.
Narrated by Paul Gilroy. "The Darker Side of Black." Videorecording. Written &
directed by Isaac Julien. A Black Audio Film Collective production, in association with Normal Films for BBC Television and for the Arts Council of Great Britain. New York: Filmakers Library, 1994.
1 videocassette (59 min.): sd., col. & b&w; 1/2 in.
"Diaspora." Paragraph: The Journal of Modern Critical Theory (November 1994), 17(3):207-212.
This issue is entitled "Keywords," edited by Roland-François Lack.
"Foreword." In Ivor Gaber and Jane Aldridge, eds., In the Best Interests of the Child: Culture, Identity, and Transracial Adoption. London: Free Association Books, 1994.
"Racism: A Real Case to Answer." Review of Pat Shipman’s The Evolution of Racism: Human Differences and the Use and Abuse of Science. New Scientist (November 26, 1994), 144(1953):48-49.
"Sounds Authentic: Black Music, Ethnicity, and the Challenge of a Changing Same." In Sidney J. Lemelle and Robin D.G. Kelley, eds., Imagining Home: Class, Culture and Nationalism in the African Diaspora, pp. 93-117. The Haymarket Series. London & New York: Verso, 1994.
"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: Columbia University Press, 1994.
Conclusion to Paul Gilroy’s ‘There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack’: The Cultural Politics of Race and Nation (1987).