African & African American Studies Faculty Database
African & African American Studies
Arts & Sciences
Duke University

 HOME > Arts & Sciences > AAAS > Faculty    Search Help Login pdf version printable version 

Publications of Mark A. Neal    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  by tags  bibtex listing:


  1. Mark Anthony Neal, Looking for Leroy: Illegible Black Masculinities, Postmillennial Pop (April, 2013), pp. 224, New York University Press, ISBN 978-0814758366 [0814758363]  [abs] [Black Masculinity]
  2. Neal, MA, Looking for Leroy: Illegible black masculinities (January, 2013), pp. 1-205, ISBN 0814758355  [abs]
  3. Forman, EM; Neal, MA, That's the Joint: A Hip-Hop Studies Reader (2nd Edition) (July, 2011), pp. 776 pages, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-87326-0 [available here]
  4. Neal, MA, New Black Man (April, 2005), Routledge (Reviews: The Washington Post, May 22, 2005; Chicago Sun-Times, May 29, 2005; Free Inquiry, August/September 2005, 55; Journal of American Culture, December 2005, Vol. 28 Issue 4, 448-449;.) [resources.asp]
  5. Neal, MA; Forman, M, That’s the Joint!: The Hip-Hop Studies Reader (September, 2004), Routledge (Reviews: The Boston Globe October 7, 2004 cles/2004/10/07/scholars_capture_essence_of_ hip_hop/ The Dallas Morning News November 26, 2004 fea/entertainment/stories/112704dnlivbooks.3 f7fd.html.)
  6. Neal, MA, Songs in the Key of Black Life: A Rhythm and Blues Nation (June, 2003), Routledge (Taylor and Francis)
  7. Neal, MA, Soul Babies: Black Popular Culture and the Post-Soul Aesthetic (March, 2002), Routledge (Taylor and Francis)
  8. Neal, MA, What the Music Said: Black Popular Music and Black Public Culture (October, 1998), Routledge (Taylor and Francis)

Essays, Articles, Chapters in Books

  1. Neal, MA, The post-civil rights period: The politics of musical creativity, in Issues in African American Music: Power, Gender, Race, Representation (October, 2016), pp. 368-380, ISBN 9781315472096 [doi]
  2. Neal, MA, N*ggas in Paris: hip-hop in exile, Social Identities, vol. 22 no. 2 (March, 2016), pp. 150-159, ISSN 1350-4630 [doi]
  3. Spence, LK; Neal, MA, Guest Editors' Note, Souls: a critical journal of Black politics, culture, and society, vol. 16 no. 3-4 (October, 2014), pp. 143-147, ISSN 1099-9949 [doi]
  4. Neal, MA, Now I Ain't Saying He's a 'Crate Digger': Kanye West and the Soul Archive, in The Cultural Impact of Kanye West, edited by Bailey, J (March, 2014), pp. 292 pages, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 1137395826  [abs]
  5. Neal, MA, Race Music: Black Cultures from Be-Bop to Hip-Hop (University of California) by Guthrie P. Ramsey, ECHO: A Music Centered Journal, vol. 6 (February, 2014)
  6. Neal, MA, Now i ain’t saying he’s a Crate Digger: Kanye west, “community theaters” and the soul archive, in The Cultural Impact of Kanye West (January, 2014), pp. 3-12, ISBN 9781137395825 [doi]
  7. Neal, MA, I Am Not Just From Here:'' The Roots of Hip Hop's Cosmopolitanism, Souls: a critical journal of Black politics, culture, and society, vol. 15 no. 4 (October, 2013), pp. 338-340, ISSN 1099-9949 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Neal, MA, “I Am Not Just From Here:” The Roots of Hip Hop's Cosmopolitanism: A Reflection on Isoke's “Women, Hip Hop and Cultural Resistance in Dubai”, Souls: a critical journal of Black politics, culture, and society, vol. 15 no. 4 (October, 2013), pp. 338-340, ISSN 1099-9949 [doi]
  9. Neal, MA, NIGGA: The 21st-Century Theoretical Superhero, Cultural Anthropology, vol. 28 no. 3 (August, 2013), pp. 556-563, ISSN 0886-7356 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Neal, MA, Underground to Harlem: Rumblings and clickety-clacks of diaspora, in Escape from New York: The New Negro Renaissance Beyond Harlem (January, 2013), pp. 415-419, ISBN 9780816688067
  11. with Neal, M; Ikard, D, Transforming Black Men in Feminism, edited by Sharpley-Whiting, TD; Patterson-Myers, TR, vol. 1 no. 2 (2012), SUNY Press, ISSN 2165-1604
  12. Neal, MA, Finding Tea Cake: An Imagined Black Feminist Manhood, edited by Sharpley-Whiting, TD; Patterson-Myers, TR, vol. 1 no. 2 (2012), pp. 256-263, SUNY Press, ISSN 2165-1604
  13. Neal, MA, Pop Music and the Spatialization of Race in the 1990s, History Now, vol. 32 (Summer 2012) [music-and-history-our-times]
  14. Neal, MA, Thinking While Black, in Making the University Matter, Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies, edited by Zelizer, B (June, 2011), Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-78240-1
  15. Neal, MA, Digging in the Crates, in The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl, edited by Schoonmaker, T (August, 2010), Duke University Press, ISBN 0938989332
  16. Neal, MA, What Would Shirley Chisholm Say, in Who Should Be First? Feminists Speak Out on the 2008 Presidential Campaign, edited by Guy-Sheftall, B; Cole, JB (August, 2010), State University of New York Press, ISBN 143843376X
  17. Neal, MA, "Bringing Up Daddy: A Black Feminist Fatherhood", in African-Americans Doing Feminism: Putting Theory Into Everyday Practice, edited by White, AM (June, 2010), State University of New York Press, ISBN 1438431422
  18. Neal, MA, "A man without a country": The boundaries of legibility, social capital, and cosmopolitan masculinity, edited by Robert LeVertis Bell, Paul M. Farber, Criticism, vol. 52 no. 3-4 (2011), pp. 399-411, Wayne State University Press, ISSN 0011-1589 (special double issue of the journal Criticism, dedicated to the HBO series "The Wire"; also features Duke Literature Professor Fredric Jameson and Duke alum James Braxton Peterson ('93).)
  19. Neal, MA, The Chitlin Circuit, in Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Culture, edited by Carlin, R; Conwill, KH (April, 2010), Smithsonian Books, ISBN 1588342697
  20. Neal, MA, Hip Hop Culture, in Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Culture, edited by Carlin, R; Conwill, KH (April, 2010), ISBN 1588342697
  21. Neal, MA, Memory Lane: On Jazz, Hip-Hop and Fathers, in Born to Use Mics: Reading Nas' Illmatic, edited by Dyson, ME; Daulatzai, S (December, 2009), Basic Civitas
  22. Andrady, AL; Neal, MA, Applications and societal benefits of plastics., Philosophical Transactions B, vol. 364 no. 1526 (July, 2009), pp. 1977-1984 [19528050], [doi]  [abs]
  23. Neal, MA, Music: Bodies in Pain, in Best African American Essays, 2009, edited by Early, G; Dickerson, D (January, 2009), Bantam Book
  24. Neal, MA, Bodies in Pain: The Redemptive Soul of Linda Jones and Keyshia Cole, SeeingBlack (2009) [article_195.shtml]
  25. Neal, MA, Sly Stone and the Sanctified Church, in The Funk Era and Beyond: New Perspectives on Black Popular Culture, edited by Bolden, T (August, 2008), Palgrave Macmillan
  26. Mark Anthony Neal, Bodies in Pain: The Redemptive Soul of Linda Jones and Keyshia Cole, SeeingBlack (Summer, 2007) [article_195.shtml]
  27. Neal, MA, (Forward) "come and take a walk with me/a closer walk with thee/see what only I can see": A Few Words on Hip-Hop Feminism, in Home Girls Make Some Noise!: Hip-hop Feminism Anthology, edited by Pough, G; Raimist, R; Richardson, E; Durham, A (Spring, 2007), Parker Publishing
  28. with Neal, M; Morgan, J; Neal, MA, A Brand New Feminism: A Conversation, in Total Chaos: The Art and Aesthetics of Hip-Hop, edited by CHang, J (Spring, 2007), Basic Press
  29. Neal, MA, White Chocolate: Teena Marie and Lewis Taylor, in Listen Again: A Momentary History of Pop Music, edited by Weisbard, E (Fall, 2007), Duke University Press
  30. Neal, MA, Who Gets to Use the "N" Word, Salon (Spring, 2007) [available here]
  31. Neal, MA, What’s the Real Reason for the Sudden Attacks on Hip-Hop?, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (Spring, 2007) [available here]
  32. Neal, MA, The Last Soul Brother: James Brown (1933-2006), Popmatters: A Journal of Global Culture (Spring, 2007) [available here]
  33. Neal, MA, Carrying the Water: On Michael Eric Dyson, Popmatters: A Journal of Global Culture (Summer, 2007) [available here]
  34. Neal, MA, I Want to Take You Higher: Sly Stone and the Sanctified Church, SeeingBlack (Summer, 2007) [article_192.shtml]
  35. Ashe, BD; Anderson, C; Neal, MA; Shockley, E; Weheliye, A, These-Are-the "Breaks": A Roundtable Discussion on Teaching the Post-Soul Aesthetic, African American Review, vol. 41 no. 4 (2007), pp. 787-803, ISSN 1062-4783 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  36. Neal, MA, Bringing Up Daddy: A Progressive Black Masculine Fatherhood, in Progressive Black Masculinities?, edited by Mutua, AD (September, 2006), Routledge [product_detail.asp]
  37. Neal, MA, Race-ing Katrina, Transforming Anthropology, vol. 14 no. 1 (April, 2006)
  38. Neal, MA, Post-Soul Resistance: Black Popular Music in the Post-Soul Era, in African-American Music: A History, edited by Maultsby, P; Burnim, MV (October, 2005), pp. 704-704, Routledge [product_detail.asp]
  39. Neal, MA, White Chocolate: Teena Marie and Lewis Taylor, Popular Music, vol. 24 no. 3 (October, 2005), Cambridge, ISSN 1474-0095
  40. Neal, MA, Soul for Sale: the Marketing of Black Musical Expression, in R&B (Rhythm and Business): The Political Economy of Black Music, edited by Kelley, N (2005), pp. 323 pages, Akashic Books, ISBN 1888451688  [abs]
  41. Neal, MA, The Tortured Soul of Marvin Gaye and R. Kelly, in Da Capo Best Music Writing 2004, edited by Hart, M (October, 2004), Da Capo Press
  42. Neal, MA, Up from Hustling: Power, Plantations and the Hip-Hop Mogul, Socialism and Democracy 26, vol. 18 no. 2 (June- December 2004)
  43. Neal, MA, The Birth of New Blackness: The Family Stand’s Moon in Scorpio, in Rip It Up: The Black Experience in Rock N’ Roll, edited by Horse, KC (January 3, 2004), Palgrave Macmillan
  44. Neal, MA, "Strange Bedfellows: Why is Michael Jackson allying himself with the Nation of Islam?", The New Republic (January 12, 2004) (URL: i=express&s=neal011204.)
  45. Neal, MA, A Way Out of No Way: Jazz, Hip Hop and Black Social Improvisation, in The Other Side of Nowhere: Jazz, Improvisation, and Communities in Dialogue, edited by Heble, A; Fischlin, D (Spring, 2004), Wesleyan
  46. Neal, MA, Ray Charles, in African American National Biography, edited by Henry Louis Gates, J; Higginbotham, E (Summer, 2004), Oxford University Press
  47. Neal, MA, Aretha Franklin, in African American National Biography, edited by Henry Louis Gates, J; Higginbotham, E (Summer, 2004), Oxford University Press
  48. Neal, MA, Tupac's Book Shelf: "All Eyez on Me: Tupac Shakur and the Search for a Modern Folk Hero," W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for Afro-American Research, Harvard University, April 17, 2003, Journal of Popular Music Studies, vol. 15 no. 2 (December, 2003), pp. 208-212, ISSN 1524-2226 [doi]
  49. Neal, MA, If You Don’t Own the Masters…, Souls: a critical journal of Black politics, culture, and society, vol. 5 no. 1 (Spring) (2003), Taylor & Francis, ISSN 1548-3843
  50. Neal, MA, Crisis In Real Time (Digitized Remastered and MP3ed), Journal of Popular Music Studies, vol. 14 no. 1 (March, 2002), pp. 7-10, ISSN 1524-2226 [doi]
  51. Neal, MA, Just Another Nigga: Reflections on Black Masculinity and Middle Class Identity, in Not Guilty: Twelve Black Men on Law, Justice and Life, edited by Asim, J (November, 2001), Harper Collins
  52. Neal, MA, Another Man is Beating My Time: Gender and Sexuality in Black Popular Music, in American Popular Music: New Approaches to the 20th Century, edited by Rubin, R; Melnick, J (June, 2001), University of Massachussetts Press
  53. Neal, MA, It Be's That Way's Sometimes 'Cause I Can't Control the Rhyme: Notes from the Post-Soul Intelligentsia, in Step Into a World: A Global Anthology of New Black Literature, edited by Powell, K (November, 2000), John Wiley and Sons
  54. Neal, MA, It Be's That Way Sometimes 'Cause I Can't Control the Rhyme: Notes from the Post-Soul Intelligentsia, Black Renaissance Noire, vol. 1 no. 3 (Spring/Summer) (1998)
  55. Neal, MA, Trouble Man: The Art and Politics of Marvin Gaye, The Western journal of black studies, vol. 22 no. 4 (Winter) (1998), ISSN 0197-4327
  56. Neal, MA, Keeping It Real: The Hip-Hop Generation on Campus, Commonquest Magazine, vol. 3 no. 3 (Winter) (1998)
  57. Neal, MA, Sold Out On Soul: the Corporate Annexation of Black Popular Music, Journal of Popular Music and Society no. Fall (1997)

Papers Accepted

  1. Neal, MA, Niggas in Paris: Hip-Hop in Exile, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture (January, 2013)
  2. Neal, MA, Bearing Witness: Mahalia Jackson & The Sanctified Bounce (for Clyde Woods), Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography (2012)
  3. Mark Anthony Neal, "A Man Without a Country: Legibility, Social Capital and Cosmopolitan Masculinity in 'The Wire', edited by Special Issue: Paul Farber and Robert Bell, Criticism (October, 2009)

Book Reviews

  1. Neal, MA, Bloodbeats: Vol. 1 Demos, Remixes & Extended Versions (Redbone Press) by Ernest Hardy, SEEINGBLACK.COM (July 11, 2006) [article_61.shtml]
  2. Neal, MA, From Black Power to Hip-Hop: Racism, Nationalism and Feminism by Patricia Hill-Collins, Ms. Magazine (Winter, 2006)
  3. Perry, I, Prophets of the Hood: Politics and Poetics in Hip-Hop, AOL BLACK VOICES (February, 2005) [20050202]
  4. Mark Anthony Neal, Race Music: Black Cultures from Be-Bop to Hip-Hop (University of California) by Guthrie P. Ramsey, ECHO: A Music Centered Journal, vol. 6 no. 1 (Fall, 2004) (URL: issue1/reviews/neal.html.)
  5. Neal, MA, Stand & Deliver: Political Activism, Leadership, and Hip-Hop Culture (Soft Skull Press) by Yvonne Bynoe, Popmatters: The Magazine of Global Culture (August 10, 2004) (URL: and-and-deliver.shtml.)
  6. Neal, MA, Check It While I Wreck It: Black Womanhood, Hip-Hop Culture, and the Public Sphere (Wesleyan) by Gwendolyn Pough, (August 12, 2004), AOL Time Warner (URL: 40809pass.asp.)


  1. coedited with David Ikard (FSU), Special Issue Dedicated to Black Male Feminism, Palimpsest, vol. 1 no. 2 (Fall, 2012), ISSN 2165-1604
  2. Mark Anthony Neal, Quincy Jones: Black music’s institutional memory, (November, 2010) [quincy-jones-black-music%E2%80%99s-institutional-memory]
  3. Mark Anthony Neal, Twenty-five years later, Edmund Perry's case still resonates, (November, 2010) [twenty-five-years-later-edmund-perrys-case-still-resonates]
  4. Mark Anthony Neal, Has Tyler Perry found a voice within Black feminism?, (November, 2010) [has-tyler-perry-found-a-voice-in-black-feminism]
  5. Mark Anthony Neal, Un-married mothers yes, but not always single parents, (November, 2010) [un-married-mothers-yes-not-always-single-parents]
  6. Mark Anthony Neal, The national culture says the literacy of young boys isn't all that important, (November, 2010) [the-national-culture-says-the-literacy-young-boys-isnt-all-important]
  7. Mark Anthony Neal, # Where’s Young Jeezy’s anthem for the midterm elections?, (October, 2010) [wheres-young-jeezys-anthem-for-the-mid-term-elections]
  8. Mark Anthony Neal, Do Black kids still like baseball?, (October, 2010) [do-black-kids-still-like-baseball]
  9. Mark Anthony Neal, Black men have something of value to offer in America’s classrooms, (September, 2010) [black-men-have-something-value-offer-america%E2%80%99s-classrooms]
  10. Mark Anthony Neal, “Work Ain’t Honest”: Hip-Hop's black collar economy, (September, 2010) [work-aint-honest-hip-hops-black-collar-economy]
  11. Mark Anthony Neal, Grooves of Consciousness? The Myths of Political Music, The New Black Magazine (August, 2010) [view.aspx]
  12. Mark Anthony Neal, Before 'The Boondocks', there was Ollie Harrington, (August, 2010) [the-boondocks-there-was-ollie-harrington]
  13. Mark Anthony Neal, The curious obsession with the #BrownTwitterBird, (August, 2010) [the-ever-curious-obsession-causing-relationship-between-blackness-and-technology]
  14. Mark Anthony Neal, “Where Dey At?”: Bounce and the ‘Sanctified Swing’ Post-Katrina, (August, 2010) [where-dey-at-bounce-and-the-sanctified-swing-post-katrina]
  15. Mark Anthony Neal, 'Acting white my ass' Beyond the myths of Black student underperformance, (August, 2010) [acting-white-my-ass-beyond-the-myths-black-student-underperformance]
  16. Mark Anthony Neal, Finding Teacake: An Imagined Black Feminist Manhood, The New Black Magazine (June, 2010) [view.aspx]
  17. Mark Anthony Neal, Coming Apart at the Seams: Black Masculinity and the Performance of Obama-Era Respectability, Seeing Black (May, 2010) [article_794.shtml]
  18. Mark Anthony Neal, "Snap That Tiger: Reading Tiger Woods on the Cover of Vanity Fair", Seeing Black (January, 2010) [article_744.shtml]
  19. Mark Anthony Neal, The Urgent Nostalgia of Raheem DeVaughn’s ‘Bulletproof’, (December 10, 2009) [article_733.shtml]
  20. Mark Anthony Neal, "Charlie Wilson Talks Cancer", (December 2, 2009) [article_728.shtml]
  21. Mark Anthony Neal, "The Post Modern Mammy? The Oprah Legacy", The New Black Magazine (England) (November 30, 2009) [view.aspx]
  22. Mark Anthony Neal, "Black Men Need to Wake Up to the Facts on Our Women’s Health", theGrio/NBC News (October 14, 2009) [php]
  23. Mark Anthony Neal, "The Polanski Uproar: Criminal or Genius", The New York Times On-line--Room for Debate (September 29, 2009) [#neal]
  24. Mark Anthony Neal, "How Kanye Saved the VMAs", theGrio/NBC News (September 14, 2009) [php]
  25. Mark Anthony Neal, "Tyler Perry Reflects Black Culture, But Some Hate What They See", theGrio/NBC News (September 11, 2009) [php]
  26. Mark Anthony Neal, "Will Downing in 'Classique' Form", The Root/Washington Post Interactive (July 24, 2009) [will-downing-classique-form]
  27. Mark Anthony Neal, "The Demise of Vibe Magazine and the Future of Criticism", Popmatters: A Journal of Global Culture (July 24, 2009) [available here]
  28. Mark Anthony Neal, "The Crisis for Survival Shifts from Violence to Healthcare", theGrio/NBC News (July 22, 2009) [php]
  29. Mark Anthony Neal, "Can You Remember?", Hello World: The Complete Motown Solo Collection (Michael Jackson) (July, 2009) [html]
  30. Mark Anthony Neal, "What Happened to All the Black Ball Players?", The Philadelphia Inquirer/The Baltimore Sun/The Cleveland Plain Dealer (July 14, 2009) [html]
  31. Mark Anthony Neal, "What’s Driving Michael Jackson Mania? A Global Community Built on Pop", The New York Times On-line--Room for Debate (July 7, 2009) [anthony%20neal%22&st=cse#mark]
  32. Mark Anthony Neal, "Obama Flunks His 'Teachable Moment'”, theGrio/NBC News (June 31, 2009) [php]
  33. Mark Anthony Neal, "The Music in Spike’s Message", The Root/Washington Post Interactive (June 22, 2009) [music-spike-s-message]
  34. Mark Anthony Neal, "Black Men and Baseball", The Root/Washington Post Interactive (June 21, 2009) [black-men-and-baseball]
  35. Mark Anthony Neal, "Black Radio Doesn’t Deserve Our Help", The Root/Washington Post Interactive (May 27, 2009) [black-radio-doesnt-deserve-our-help]
  36. Mark Anthony Neal, "Katrina's Second Line", The Root/Washington Post Interactive (February 23, 2009) [katrina-s-second-line]
  37. Mark Anthony Neal, Kanye’s Pity Party, The Root/Washington Post Interactive (December 16, 2008)
  38. Mark Anthony Neal, Is Michelle Obama's "Ass" Off Limits?, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (November 18, 2008)
  39. Mark Anthony Neal, Black Voters, White Progressives & Prop 8, (November 12, 2008)
  40. Mark Anthony Neal, Black President Era May Challenge Black Brokers, (November 7, 2008)
  41. Mark Anthony Neal, Sexism, Misogyny And Sarah Palin, (October 24, 2008)
  42. Mark Anthony Neal, The Financial Meltdown and John McCain’s Willie Horton, (October 16, 2008)
  43. Mark Anthony Neal, Global Financial Crisis Threatens Black Middle Class, (September 24, 2008)
  44. Mark Anthony Neal, Conventions in the Rearview: Senior Healthcare Remains Untouched, (September 7, 2008)
  45. Mark Anthony Neal, Michelle Obama Lifts Veil on Black Womanhood, (August 26, 2008)
  46. Mark Anthony Neal, Feminism Deserves More Than a Roll Call Vote, (August 25, 2008)
  47. Mark Anthony Neal, Can Paying For Grades Help No Child Left Behind?, (August 15, 2008)
  48. Mark Anthony Neal, An Ode to Hot Buttered Soul, The Root/Washington Post Interactive (August 11, 2008)
  49. Mark Anthony Neal, Lift Every Voice, The Root/Washington Post Interactive (July 14, 2008)
  50. Mark Anthony Neal, Great Expectations? Venus and Serena Set Their Own Bar, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (July 5, 2008)
  51. Mark Anthony Neal, A Father's Day Message (Op-Ed), The News & Observer (June 13, 2008)
  52. Mark Athony Neal, Sister Soul, The Root/Washington Post Interactive (June 9, 2008)
  53. Mark Anthony Neal, Vet Obama? How About (White) America Vet Itself, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (May 30, 2008)
  54. Mark Anthony Neal, Obama Elitist? I'm Hearing Something Else, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (April 13, 2008)
  55. Mark Anthony Neal, What Would Shirley Chisholm Say?, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (January 20, 2008)
  56. Mark Anthony Neal, Hillary vs. Barack? A Black (Male) Feminist Considers, Vibe Magazine (on-line) (January 9, 2008)
  57. Mark Anthony Neal, It's Your Nigger Problem, Not Hip-Hop's, BLACK AGENDA REPORT (December 6, 2006) [php]
  58. Mark Anthony Neal, My Passport Says Shawn: Trafficking in Monikers, SEEINGBLACK.COM (November 26, 2006)
  59. Mark Anthony Neal, Rape Not in Black and White, SEEINGBLACK.COM (October 16, 2006) [article_86.shtml]
  60. Mark Anthony Neal, Good 'Game Theory', SEEINGBLACK.COM (October 16, 2006) [article_83.shtml]
  61. Mark Anthony Neal, Black Macho Disturbed, SEEINGBLACK.COM (July 21, 2006) [article_59.shtml]
  62. Mark Anthony Neal, (White) Male Privilege, Black Respectability, and Black Women's Bodies, THE BLACK COMMENTATOR (April 20, 2006) [html]
  63. Mark Anthony Neal, Kanye Walks: Hip-Hop and Spirituality, POPMATTERS: A GLOBAL MAGAZINE OF CULTURE (February 2, 2006) [060202-kanyewest.shtml]
  64. Mark Anthony Neal, Freedom Summer Remembered: A Conversation with Denise Nicholas, THE BACKLIST—A PUBLISHING AND LITERARY NEWSLETTER OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN INTEREST (October, 2005) [html]
  65. Mark Anthony Neal, Race-ing Katrina, POPMATTERS: A GLOBAL MAGAZINE OF CULTURE (September 9, 2005) [available here]
  66. Mark Anthony Neal, "Rhythm and Bullshit: The Slow Decline of R&B (Rhythm and Blues)", ALTERNET.ORG (July 8, 2005) [available here]
  67. Mark Anthony Neal, Michael Jackson’s Hidden Accuser: Racism, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES (June 10, 2005) [la-oe-neal10jun10,0,3674933.story]
  68. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: Can Hip-Hop Be Feminist?, AOL BLACK VOICES (April 6, 2005), Time Warner [20050330]
  69. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: Daughters of the Sister Outsider, AOL BLACK VOICES (March 30, 2005), Time Warner [20050330]
  70. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: The Color Purple Controversy Revisited, AOL BLACK VOICES (March 9, 2005), Time Warner [20050309]
  71. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: Taking One for the Team—Michele Wallace, AOL BLACK VOICES (March 2, 2005), Time Warner [20050302]
  72. Mark Anthony Neal, In Defense of Ward Churchill, Pop and Politics (March 1, 2005) [articles_detail.cfm]
  73. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: Revolutionary Mixtape—Songs that Made the Movement, AOL BLACK VOICES (February 16, 2005), Time Warner [20050216]
  74. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: Songs of the Sad Minstrel, AOL BLACK VOICES (January 12, 2005), Time Warner [20050112]
  75. Mark Anthony Neal, Critical Noir: A Hustler’s Legacy, AOL BLACK VOICES (January 5, 2005), Time Warner [20050105]
  76. Mark Anthony Neal, Sambo Must Die, AOL BlackVoices (October 27, 2004), AOL Time Warner (URL: no10604/20041027.)
  77. Mark Anthony Neal, Songs of Redemption, AOL BlackVoices (September 29, 2004), AOL Time Warner (URL: adp?id=20040929165009990004.)
  78. Mark Anthony Neal, Our Right to Rock, (September 2, 2004), AOL Time Warner (URL: 40902rockers.asp.)
  79. Mark Anthony Neal, Live from Planet Soul: Donny Hathaway and Laura Nyro, Popmatters: the Magazine of Global Culture (August 25, 2004) (URL: 825-donnyhathaway.shtml.)
  80. Mark Anthony Neal, Hip-Hop's Gender Problem, (May 26, 2004), AOL Time Warner (URL: 40526hipgender.asp.)
  81. Mark Anthony Neal, The Genius of Donny Hathaway, (February 4, 2004), AOL Time warner (URL: 40204hathaway.asp.)
  82. Mark Anthony Neal, Baby Girl Drama: Remembering Sakia Gunn, Popmatters: the Magazine of Global Culture (January 27, 2004) (URL: sakiagunn.shtml.)

Duke University * Arts & Sciences * AAAS * Faculty * Staff * Grad Students * Postdoctoral Associa * Reload * Login