KOBENA MERCER BIBLIOGRAPHY

(last updated: 11/2/97)


Black Communities' Experience of Psychiatric Services

International Journal of Social Psychiatry

Vol. 30, Nos. 1 and 2 (Spring 1984)


Reflections on Third Cinema at Edinburgh
Screen
Fall 1986 v 26 n4


Introduction: Sexual Identities: Questions of Difference
(panel discussion with Gayatri Spivak, Jacqueline Rose, Kobena Mercer,
and Angela McRobbie)

Undercut n 17
1986

General Introduction
Daniels and Gerson, eds., The Colour Black
London: British Film Institute, 1988


Introduction - De Margin and De Centre. (w/Isaac Julien)
Screen. Fall 1988 v 29 n 4

Race, Sexual Politics and Black
Masculinity : A Dossier (w/Isaac Julien)

Male Order : Unwrapping Masculinity
London : Lawrence & Wishart, 1988


Black Film, British Cnema
London: Institute of Contemporary Arts,1988


Diaspora Culture and the Dalogic Imagination : the Aesthetics of Black Independent Film in Britain
Blackframes: Critical Perspectives on Black Independent Cinema
Cambridge, MA.: MIT Press,1988


Black Hair-Style Politics
Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Cultures
New York, N.Y. : Cambridge, Mass. :
New Museum of Contemporary Art ; MIT Press,1990


interview with Lorraine Kenny

Afterimage vol. 18, September 1990


Black Art and the Burden of Representation.
Third Text.
Spring 1990 n 12


Black People in British Television.
London: Artrage. No. 27, spring/summer 1990


Powellism:Race, Politics, and Discourse
PhD thesis, Dept. of Sociology, University of London, Goldsmith's College 1990

Skin Head Sex Thing: Racial Difference and the Homoerotic Imaginary
How Do I Look?: Queer Film and Video
Seattle: Bay Press, 1991

Monster Metaphors: Notes on Michael Jackson's Thriller
Stardom: Industry of Desire
London ; New York :
Routledge, 1991

Inheritance
Catalog of an exhibition held at Los Angeles Contemporary
Exhibitions
, May 22-June 21, 1992. (1804 Industrial St, Los Angeles, CA 90021)

Skin Head Sex Thing
New Formations.
Spring 1992 n 16


Engendered Species: Danny Tisdale and Keith Piper.
Artforum. Summer 1992 v 30 n 10


"1968" : Periodizing Postmodern Politics and Identity
Cultural Studies
New York :Routledge,1992


Sex Exposed: Sexuality and the Pornography Debate
New Brunswick, N.J. :
Rutgers University Press,1993


Monster Metaphors : Notes on Michael Jackson's Thriller
Sound and Vision: The Music Video Reader
New York :Routledge,1993


Art in Public Places: A Vancouver Casebook

ed. Judith Mastai

Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1993


Black Is... Black Ain't
Sight and Sound.
AUG 01 1994 v 4 n 8


True Confessions (w/Isaac Julien)
ed. Thelma Golden, Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art
New York : Whitney Museum of American Art: 1994

Welcome To The Jungle: New Positions in Black Cultural Studies
New York: Routledge, 1994


Fear of a Black Penis.
Artforum v. 32 April 1994


True Confessions: A Discourse on Images of Black
Male Sexuality
(w/Isaac Julien)
Identity and Diversity: Gender and the Experience of Education: A Reader
Clevedon [England] ; Philadelphia : Multilingual Matters, with the Open University, 1995


Busy In The Ruins of Wretched Phantasia
Mirage : Enigmas of Race, Difference and Desire. ed. Ragnar Farr
London : Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1995


Interview with Mark Sealy

Creative Camera no. 332, February/March 1995


Self Evident
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 12th August-16th September 1995


Barbara Smith; Kobena Mercer; Jacqui Alexander; Elias Farajaje-Jones, et al
Negotiating Difference: Black Nations/Queer Nations
Gay Community News v21 n2, Fall 1995

Art of Africa

Artists Newsletter (UK) December 1995


Art That is Ethnic in Inverted Commas: on Yinka Shonibare

Frieze no.25, November/December 1995


Imagine All the People: Constructing Community Culturally

Imagined Communities (exhibition catalogue) ed. Richard Hylton

London: South Bank Centre / Cornerhouse, 1995


Maroonage of the Wandering Eye: Keith Piper

Portfolio Magazine no. 23, 1996


Eros & Diaspora

Rotimi Fani-Kayode and Alex Hirst

Paris: Editions Revue Noire, 1996


Decolonisation and Disappointment: Reading Fanon's Sexual Politics
in Alan Read, ed. The Fact of Blackness: Frantz Fanon and Visual Representation
Seattle: Bay Press and London: ICA, 1996


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