Jared Sexton

Associate Professor, African American Studies
School of Humanities

Associate Professor, Film & Media Studies
School of Humanities

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, Ethnic Studies


M.A., University of California, Berkeley, Ethnic Studies


A.B., University of New Hampshire, History | Economics

Phone: (949) 824-8739
Fax: (949) 824-7006
Email: jcsexton@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
3000 Humanities Gateway
Mail Code: 6850
Irvine, CA 92697


Research
Interests
Critical Theory, Race & Sexuality, Coalition Politics, Contemporary U.S. Cinema
   
URL Amalgamation Schemes: Antiblackness and the Critique of Multiracialism
   
Academic
Distinctions
Fulbright Distinguished Lecturing Chair
Marquis Who's Who in America
National Academies Ford Foundation Fellow
National Science Foundation Fellow
Eugene Cota-Robles Fellow
Phi Beta Kappa Society
   
Appointments University of California President's Postdoctoral Fellow
   
Publications BOOKS / EDITED VOLUMES / JOURNAL ISSUES

4) "Race and the Variations of Discipline," w/ T. Nopper & J. Vargas. Critical Sociology 36:1 (2010)

3) Racial Theories in Context (Cognella Publishing, 2010)

2) Amalgamation Schemes: Antiblackness and the Critique of Multiracialism (University of Minnesota Press, 2008)

1) "New Approaches to Race," w/ H. Copeland. Qui Parle 13:2 (2003)

ARTICLES / CHAPTERS / ESSAYS

31) "Afro-Pessimism: The Unclear Word," Rhizomes 28 (2016)

30) “Derelictum Ex Nihilo: Origins and Beginnings in The Blind Side.” Football, Culture and Power, eds. David Leonard, Kimberly George & Wade Davis (Praeger, 2016)

29) “Skin Acts: Race, Psychoanalysis and the Black Male Performer by Michelle Ann Stephens (review).” philoSOPHIA 6:1 (2016)

28) "Unbearable Blackness." Cultural Critique 90 (2015)

27) “Roundtable on Anti-Blackness and Black-Palestinian Solidarity,” w/ R. Abdulhadi et al. June 22 Jadaliyya (2015)

26) "Don't Call it a Comeback: Racial Slavery is Not Yet Abolished." openDemocracy, June 17 (2015)

25) "The Vel of Slavery: Tracking the Figure of the Unsovereign." Critical Sociology [online] December (2014); Printed in Critical Sociology 42:4-5 (2016)

24) "Radical Will." Artforum International 52:4 (2013)

23) “Under a Bad Sign by Jonathan Munby, and: If We Must Die by Aimé J. Ellis (review).” African American Review 46:1 (2013)

22) “More Serious than Money: On Diff’rent Strokes and Webster.” African Americans on Television: Race-ing for Ratings, eds. David Leonard & Lisa Guerrero (Praeger, 2013)

21) “HIV/AIDS Inequality: Structural Barriers to Prevention, Treatment, and Care in Communities of Color,” w/ R. Robinson et al. Center for American Progress (2012)

20) "Ante-Anti-Blackness: Afterthoughts." Lateral Issue 1 (2012)

19) "The Social Life of Social Death: On Afro-Pessimism and Black Optimism." InTensions 5.0 (2011); Revised and reprinted in Time, Temporality and Violence in International Relations, eds. Anna Agathangelou & Kyle Killian (Routledge, 2015)

18) "Wild Notes." How Sweet the Sound, performed by Darryl Taylor [CD Booklet] (Naxos Records, 2011)

17) "'Life with no hoop': Black Pride, State Power." Commodified and Criminalized: New Racism and African Americans in Contemporary Sports, eds. Richard King & David Leonard (Rowman & Littlefied, 2011)

16) "People-of-Color-Blindness: Notes on the Afterlife of Slavery." Social Text 28:103 (2010)

15) "African American Studies." A Companion to American Studies, ed. John Carlos Rowe (Blackwell, 2010)

14) "The Curtain of the Sky: An Introduction." Critical Sociology 36:1 (2010)

13) "Proprieties of Coalition: Blacks, Asians, and the Politics of Policing." Critical Sociology 36:1 (2010); Reprinted in Ethical Confrontations with Antiblackness: Africana Studies in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Tryon Woods & Khalil Soucier (Africa World Press, 2016)

12) "The Ruse of Engagement: Black Masculinity and the Cinema of Policing." American Quarterly 61:1 (2009)

11) "Captivity, By Turns: A Comment on the Work of Ashley Hunt." Art Journal 66:3 (2007)

10) "Racial Profiling and the Societies of Control." Warfare in the Homeland: Policing and Prison in a Penal Democracy, ed. Joy James (Duke University Press, 2007)

9) "The Obscurity of Black Suffering." What Lies Beneath: Katrina, Race and the State of the Nation, eds. South End Press Collective (South End Press, 2006)

8) "Figuring the Prison: Prerequisites of Torture at Abu-Ghraib." Antipode 38:5 (2006)

7) "Race, Nation and Empire in a Blackened World." Radical History Review #95 (2006)

6) "Fields of Fantasy and the Court of Appeal: On Friday Night Lights and Coach Carter." Visual Economies in/of Motion: Sport and Film, eds. Richard King & David Leonard (Peter Lang Publishing, 2006)

5) "Raw Life: An Introduction." Qui Parle 13:2 (2003)

4) "Race, Sexuality, and Political Struggle: Reading Soul On Ice." Social Justice 30:2 (2003)

3) "The Consequence of Race Mixture: Racialised Barriers and the Politics of Desire." Social Identities 9:2 (2003)

2) "The Avant-garde of White Supremacy." Social Identities 9:2 (2003)

1) "There Is No Interracial Sexual Relationship: Race, Love, and Sexuality in the Multiracial Movement." Problems of Resistance: Studies in Alternate Political Cultures, eds. Steve Martinot & Joy James (Humanity Books, 2001)
   
Grants UCI Faculty Career Development Grant
   
UCI Humanities Center Collaborative Project Grant
   
UCI Academic Senate Council on Research, Computing and Libraries Special Research Grant
   
Professional
Societies
American Studies Associaton
Cultural Studies Association
Modern Language Association
   
Graduate Programs Culture and Theory

Visual Studies

   
Research Centers Critical Theory Institute
   
Center in Law, Society and Culture
   
   
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Last updated 09/30/2016