PHILLIP BRIAN HARPER BIBLIOGRAPHY

(last updated: 1/1/97)



The Recentered Subject: Marginality in the Development
of Postmodern Culture

Ph.D. Dissertation
Cornell University April 1989


"To Become One Yet Many": Psychic Fragmentation and
Aesthetic Synthesis in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man

Black American Literature Forum
Winter 1989, 23:4
Indiana University Press Terre Haute, IN


Synesthesia, "Crossover", and Blacks In Popular Music

Social Text


Fiction and Reform: II

The Columbia History of the American Novel
Columbia University Press, New York, NY 1991


Eloquence and Epitaph: Black Nationalism and the Homophobic Impulse in Responses to the Death of Max Robinson

Social Text Vol. 9 No. 3, 1991


Playing in the Dark: Privacy, Public Sex, and the Erotics of the Cinema Venue

Camera Obscura: Bloomington, IN 1992 May, n. 30


Nationalism and Social Division In Black Arts Poetry
Of the 1960s.

Critical Inquiry Winter 1993, 19:2
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL


Eloquence and Epitaph: Black Nationalism and the Homophobic Impulse in Responses to the Death of Max Robinson

Murphy, Timothy F. (ed.); Poirier, Suzanne (ed.). Writing AIDS: Gay Literature, Language, and Analysis.

New York: Columbia University Press, 1993.


Private Affairs: Race, Sex, Property, and Person
GLQ. Vol. 1 No. 2

Gordon & Breach, Langhorne, PA 1994


The Subversive Edge': Paris Is Burning, Social Critique, and the Limits of Subjective Agency

Diacritics:1994 Summer-Fall, 24:2-3


Walk-On Parts & Speaking Subjects: Screen Representations of Black Gay Men

ed. Thelma Golden. Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. Whitney Museum of American Art: 1994


Framing the Margins
The Social Logic of Postmodern Culture

New York:
Oxford University Press, 1994


Around 1969: Televisual Representation and the Complication of the Black Subject

Sollors, Werner ; Diedrich, Maria (eds.).The Black Columbiad: Defining Moments in African American Literature and Culture.

Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 1995


Symposium on Race & Racism

Social Text Vol 13,No 1, 1995


Are We Not Men? Masculine Anxiety and the Problem of African-American Identity

New York: Oxford University Press, 1996


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