Mark Anthony Neal
Neal, MA. Looking for Leroy: Illegible black masculinities. January 1, 2013.
Forman, EM, and Neal, MA. That's the Joint: A Hip-Hop Studies Reader (2nd Edition). Routledge, July 2011.
Neal, MA. New Black Man. Routledge, April 2005.
Neal, MA, and Forman, M. That’s the Joint!: The Hip-Hop Studies Reader. Routledge, September 2004.
Neal, MA. Songs in the Key of Black Life: A Rhythm and Blues Nation. Routledge (Taylor and Francis), June 2003.
Neal, MA. Soul Babies: Black Popular Culture and the Post-Soul Aesthetic. Routledge (Taylor and Francis), March 2002.
Neal, MA. What the Music Said: Black Popular Music and Black Public Culture. Routledge (Taylor and Francis), October 1998.
Neal, MA. "The post-civil rights period: The politics of musical creativity." Issues in African American Music: Power, Gender, Race, Representation. October 26, 2016. 368-380. Full Text
Neal, MA. "Now I Ain't Saying He's a 'Crate Digger': Kanye West and the Soul Archive." The Cultural Impact of Kanye West. Ed. J Bailey. Palgrave Macmillan, March 6, 2014.
Neal, MA. "Now i ain’t saying he’s a Crate Digger: Kanye west, “community theaters” and the soul archive." The Cultural Impact of Kanye West. January 1, 2014. 3-12. Full Text
Neal, MA. "Underground to Harlem: Rumblings and clickety-clacks of diaspora." Escape from New York: The New Negro Renaissance Beyond Harlem. January 1, 2013. 415-419.
Neal, MA. "Thinking While Black." Making the University Matter. Ed. B Zelizer. Routledge, June 2011.
Neal, MA. "What Would Shirley Chisholm Say." Who Should Be First? Feminists Speak Out on the 2008 Presidential Campaign. Ed. B Guy-Sheftall and JB Cole. State University of New York Press, August 2010.
Neal, MA. "Digging in the Crates." The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl. Ed. T Schoonmaker. Duke University Press, August 2010.
Neal, MA. ""Bringing Up Daddy: A Black Feminist Fatherhood"." African-Americans Doing Feminism: Putting Theory Into Everyday Practice. Ed. AM White. State University of New York Press, June 2010.
Neal, MA. "Hip Hop Culture." Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Culture. Ed. R Carlin and KH Conwill. April 2010.
Neal, MA. "The Chitlin Circuit." Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Culture. Ed. R Carlin and KH Conwill. Smithsonian Books, April 2010.
Neal, MA. "I Am Not Just From Here:'' The Roots of Hip Hop's Cosmopolitanism." SOULS 15.4 (October 1, 2013): 338-340. Full Text
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 15.4 (October 2013): 338-340. Full Text
Neal, MA. "Pop Music and the Spatialization of Race in the 1990s." History Now 32 (2012).
Neal, MA. "Finding Tea Cake: An Imagined Black Feminist Manhood." Ed. TD Sharpley-Whiting and TR Patterson-Myers. Palimpsest 1 (2012): 256-263.
Neal, M, and Ikard, D. "Transforming Black Men in Feminism." Ed. TD Sharpley-Whiting and TR Patterson-Myers. Palimpsest 1 (2012). (Academic Article)
Neal, MA. "Bearing Witness: Mahalia Jackson & The Sanctified Bounce (for Clyde Woods)." Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography (2012).
Neal, MA. "What’s the Real Reason for the Sudden Attacks on Hip-Hop?." Vibe Magazine (on-line) (2007).
Neal, MA. "Who Gets to Use the "N" Word." Salon (2007).
Neal, MA. "Bloodbeats: Vol. 1 Demos, Remixes & Extended Versions (Redbone Press) by Ernest Hardy." SEEINGBLACK.COM (July 2006). (Review)
Perry, I. "Prophets of the Hood: Politics and Poetics in Hip-Hop." AOL BLACK VOICES (February 2005). (Review)
Neal, MA. "Check It While I Wreck It: Black Womanhood, Hip-Hop Culture, and the Public Sphere (Wesleyan) by Gwendolyn Pough." Africana.com (August 2004). (Review)
Neal, MA. "Stand & Deliver: Political Activism, Leadership, and Hip-Hop Culture (Soft Skull Press) by Yvonne Bynoe." Popmatters: The Magazine of Global Culture (August 2004). (Review)
Neal, MA. ""Strange Bedfellows: Why is Michael Jackson allying himself with the Nation of Islam?"." The New Republic (January 2004). (Academic Article)