"Analogues of Mourning, Mourning the Analog." In Karen Kelly and Evelyn McDonnell, eds., Stars Don't Stand Still in the Sky: Music and Myth, pp. 260-271. Introduction by Greil Marcus. New York: New York University Press, 1999.
Published in collaboration with Dia Center for the Arts, New York.
"Between Camps: Race and Culture in Postmodernity: An Inaugural Lecture." Economy and Society (May 1999), 28(2):183-197.
Text of an inaugural lecture delivered at Goldsmiths College, University of London, on March 4, 1997.
"Black Fascism." Transition (1999), 9(1-2):70-91.
"The End of Anti-Racism." In Martin Bulmer and John Solomos, eds., Racism, pp. 242-250. Oxford Readers. Oxford &New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
Excerpted from "The End of Anti-Racism" (1990).
"Historical Memory, Global Movements and Violence: Paul Gilroy and Arjun
Appadurai in Conversation." Theory, Culture & Society: Explorations in Critical Social Science (April 1999), 16(2):21-40, 241-242.
Interview conducted by Vikki Bell.
This Special Issue is on "Performativity and Belonging," edited by Vikki Bell.
Joined up Politics and Post-Colonial Melancholia. ICA diversity lecture, 1999. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1999.
20pp. A pamphlet.
A pamphlet published to coincide with the first in a series of ICA annual lectures on the theme of diversity.
"A London sumpting dis…" Critical Quarterly (Autumn 1999), 41(3):57-69.
On Post-colonial London.
"Making Identity Matter: Difference and Visual Culture." In Linda Roodenburg, ed., PhotoWork(s) in Progress II/Constructing Identity, pp. 96-110. Gent: Snoeck-Ducaju ; Rotterdam, the Netherlands: PhotoWork(s) in Progress/Nederlands Foto Instituut, 1999.
"Pleasing All the People All the Time." Independent [London] (July 23, 1999):4.
"The Politics of Culture." Black Film Bulletin (Winter 1999), 6(4):3-4.
Review of Mark M. Smith’s Mastered by the Clock: Time, Slavery and Freedom in the American South. Time & Society (September 1999), 8(2):397-398.
"Southern Discomfort." Review of Gary Younge’s No Place Like Home. Observer (October 17, 1999), Observer Review:13.
"Twilight City." Videorecording. Presented by Black Audio Film Collective.
Columbus, OH: National Black Programming Consortium, 1999.
1 videocassette (52 min.) VHS.: sd., col. with b&w sequences; ˝ in.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1989.
Credits: Producer, Avril Johnson. Editor, Brand Thumin.
Performers: Paul Gilroy, Gail Lewis, George Shire, Homi Bhaba, Rosina Visram, David Yallop, Andy Coupland. Narrator: Amanda Symonds.