Articles & Chapters

Building the Commune: Insurgent Government, Communal State,” South Atlantic Quarterly 113, n. 4 (Fall 2014).

“‘So Much the Worse for the Whites’: Dialectics of the Haitian Revolution,” Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy 22 n. 1 (Summer 2014).

Decolonizing Fanaticism,” Theory & Event 17, n. 2 (June 2014).

On Meeting Joel Olson,” New Political Science 36, n. 2 (June 2014).

Decolonial Realism: Ethics, Politics, and Dialectics in Fanon and Dussel,” Contemporary Political Theory 13, n. 1 (2014).

Frantz Fanon, Fifty Years On: A Memorial Roundtable, editor and contributor, with Lewis R. Gordon and Nelson Maldonado-Torres, forthcoming in Radical Philosophy Review 16, n. 1 (Spring 2013).

Constituent Moments, Constitutional Processes: Social Movements and the New Latin American Left,” Latin American Perspectives (May 2013).

The Dialectics of Standing One’s Ground,” Theory & Event 15, n. 3 (2012).

Participant in “The Bolivarian Process in Venezuela: A Left Forum,” ed. S. Spronk and J. Webber, Historical Materialism 19, n. 1 (2011), 233-270.

“Jumpstarting the Decolonial Engine: Symbolic Violence from Fanon to Chávez,” Theory & Event 13, n. 1 (2010).

A Critique of Du Boisian Reason: Kanye West and the Fruitfulness of Double-Consciousness,” Journal of Black Studies 39, n. 3 (January 2009), 371-401.

Dussel’s 20 Theses and Anti-Hegemonic Praxis,” Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture (Winter 2008), 37-49.

To Lose Oneself in the Absolute: Revolutionary Subjectivity in Sorel and Fanon,” Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge (Summer 2007), 101-112.

Dual Power in the Venezuelan Revolution,” forthcoming in Monthly Review 59, n. 4 (September 2007), 42-56.

Toward a Racial Geography of Caracas: Neoliberal Urbanism and the Fear of Penetration,” Qui Parle 16, n. 2 (Spring/Summer 2007), 39-72.

The Internal Limits of the European Gaze: Intellectuals and the Colonial Difference,” Radical Philosophy Review 9, n.2 (Fall 2006), 139-165.

Audience Responses to U.S. Mass Media: A Three-Nation Study” with Calvin F. Exoo, in National Social Science Perspectives 32, n. 1 (2006), 52-65.

Detached Irony Toward the Rest’: Working-Class One-Sidedness from Sorel to Tronti,” The Commoner, 11 (Spring/Summer 2006), 54-73.

Brechtian Hip-Hop: Didactics and Self-Production in Post-Gangsta Political Mixtapes,” Journal of Black Studies 36, n.1 (September 2005), 129-160.

Book Chapters:

The Children of 1989: Resurrecting the Venezuelan Dead,” in A. Diaz de Leon, M. Llorente, and M. Salvi, eds., Sites of Memory in Spain and Latin America (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015).

Venezuela: Bolivarianism and the Commune,” in G. Kuecker, H. Vanden, M. Becker, and R. Stahler-Sholk, eds., Rethinking Latin American Social Movements: Radical Action from Below (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014).

“Constituent Moments, Constitutional Processes: Social Movements and the New Latin American Left,” in S. Ellner, ed., Latin America’s Radical Left: Challenges and Complexities of Political Power in the Twenty-First Century (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014).

From Oscar Grant to Occupy: The Long Arc of Rebellion in Oakland,” in K. Khatib, M. Killjoy, M. McGuire, eds., We are Many: Critical Reflections on Movement Strategy from Occupation to Liberation (Oakland: AK Press, 2012), 39-45.

Counterinsurgency and the Occupy Movement,” in K. Williams et al, eds., Life During Wartime: Resisting Counterinsurgency (Oakland: AK Press, 2013).

An Anarchism that is Not Anarchism: Notes toward a Critique of Anarchist Imperialism,” in J. Klausen and J. Martel, eds., How Not to Be Governed: Readings and Interpretations from a Critical Anarchist Left (Lanham, MD: Lexington Press, 2011).

Obama and Global Change in Perceptions of Group Status,” with M. Hughey, in G.S. Parks, ed. The Obamas and a (Post-) Racial America (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010).

Oakland,” with Jeff St. Andrews, in M. Hess, ed., Represent Where I’m From: The Greenwood Guide to American Regional Hip Hop (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, forthcoming).

European Intellectuals and the Colonial Difference: Césaire and Fanon beyond Sartre and Foucault,” in J. Judaken, ed., Race After Sartre (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2008),129-154.

Public Enemy,” in M. Hess, ed., Icons of Hip-Hop: An Encyclopedia of the Movement, Music, and Culture (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006), 169-192.

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