Mark Anthony Neal
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Michel Martin speaks to Mark Anthony Neal about his new book, Looking For Leroy: Illegible Black Masculinities. It looks at some of the ways black men have been portrayed in pop culture throughout history.
This summer, cultural institutions are commemorating the 1967's Summer of Love. But most of the 40-year retrospectives have skimmed over the emergence of soul and R&B music that summer. Pop culture expert Mark Anthony Neal talks about the political and social significance of the music.
On the the eve of the MLB World Series, commentator Mark Anthony Neal recalls his first experience with the game at age 5 — and how, decades later, watching baseball has become one of the ways he remembers his youth. Neal is an associate professor with the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University and author of New Black Man: Rethinking Black Masculinity.
Mark Anthony Neal details why he has chosen not to participate in this weekend's Millions More Movement march. Neal is an associate professor with the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University and author of New Black Man: Rethinking Black Masculinity.
Hip-hop scholar and Northeastern University professor Murray Forman joins culture critic Mark Anthony Neal of Duke University to talk with NPR's Tony Cox about their new book That's the Joint: The Hip-Hop Studies Reader.