- The House That Race Built: Black Americans, U.S. Terrain
(anthology of essays from the "Race Matters" conference
at Princeton University, April 1994), New York: Random House
[Fall 1996]. Contributors include: Stuart Hall, Angela Davis,
Kendall Thomas, Patricia Williams, Kimberle Crenshaw, Howard
Winant, David Roediger, Cornel West, and Toni Morrison; Prof.
Lubiano is both the editor and a contributor to this collection.
- Messing with the Machine: Politics, Form, and African-American
Fiction, New York: Verso [currently being revised; forthcoming].
- Like Being Mugged by a Metaphor: "Deep Cover"
and Other "Black" Fictions, Durham: Duke University
Press, [forthcoming 1997] .
- "Reading 'Purple Rain' and Audience-Making essay being
revised for Mass Culture and Everyday Life: a Tabloid Reader,
ed. Peter Gibian, New York: Routledge,
1966. [Contributors include Mary Louise Pratt, Tania Modleski,
Dana Polan, Jean Franco, Renato Rosaldo, Rey Chow, Ed Cohen,
- "Feminism Inside and Outside," essay being revised
for Cross Talk: Multicultural Feminist Symposium, ed.
Ella Shohat, New York: MIT
Press, forthcoming 1996.
- "Who Speaks to Whom?: 'Post-Theory' and African-American
Studies," essay being revised for the inaugural volume,
eds,. George Levine and E. Ann Kaplan, in the new Humanities
Institute series with Rutgers University Press, forthcoming 1996.
- "Uneasy Bedfellows: Black Queer Identity and Nationalism,"
essay being revised for Black Nations/Queer Nations?: Lesbian
and Gay Sexualities in the African Diaspora, a volume of
essays from the Black Nations/Queer Nations? conference at the
Graduate Center, CUNY, 9-11 March 1995
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