"'After the Love Has Gone': Bio-Politics and Etho-Poetics in the Black Public Sphere." In The Black Sphere Collective, ed., The Black Public Sphere: A Public Culture Book, pp. 53-80. Black Literature and Culture. Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 1995.
Reprint of "'After the Love Has Gone': Bio-Politics and Etho-Poetics in the Black Public Sphere" (1994).
"Breaking Chains, Making Links." Found Object (Fall 1995), 6:10-12.
"Cultural Studies and Ethnic Absolutism." In Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nelson, and Paul Treichler, eds., Cultural Studies. London & New York: Routledge, 1995.
"Diaspora Crossings: Intercultural and Transnational Identities in the Black Atlantic." In Aleksandra Ålund and Raoul Granqvist, eds., Negotiating Identities: Essays on Immigration and Culture in Present-Day Europe, pp. 105-130. Studia Imagologica: Amsterdam Studies on Cultural Identity, 7. Amsterdam & Atlanta, GA : Rodopi, 1995.
(with Iain Chambers.) Hendrix, hip-hop e l’interruzione del pensiero. Genoa: Costa & Nolan, 1995.
"Intervention for What? Black TV and the Impossibility of Politics." In June Givanni, ed., Remote Control: Dilemmas of Black Intervention in British Film & TV: Report from the BFI African & Caribbean Unit Black & White in Colour Conference: Prospects for Black Intervention in Television, held at the ICA, November 1992, pp. 29-38. London: British Film Institute, 1995.
Picturing Blackness in British Art, 1700s-1990s. 28 November 1995-10 March, 1996, Tate Gallery. London: Tate Publishing, 1995.
1 folded sheet (4 p.)
Catalogue essay written by Paul Gilroy.
"Roots and Routes: Black Identity as an Outernational Project." In Herbert W. Harris, Howard C. Blue, and Ezra E.H. Griffith, eds., Racial and Ethnic Identity: Psychological Development and Creative Expression, pp. 15-30. London & New York: Routledge, 1995.
The Status of Difference: From Epidermalisation to Nano-Politics. Critical Urban Studies Occasional Paper. London: Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths College, University of London, 1995.
"…to be real: The Dissident Forms of Black Expressive Culture." In Catherine Ugwu, ed., Let's Get It On: The Politics of Black Performance, pp. 12-33 London: Institute of Contemporary Arts; Seattle: Bay Press, 1995.
"Unwelcome " Sight and Sound (February 1995), 5(2):18-19.
On Ngozi Onwurah's film Welcome II the Terrordome.