Daniel McNeil teaches Media and Cultural studies in the School of Arts and Cultures at Newcastle University. He is also a Visiting Fellow at the Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation. His most recent book is Sex and Race in the Black Atlantic: Mulatto Devils and Multiracial Messiahs, the first book to place the self-fashioning of mixed-race individuals in a Black Atlantic context. He is currently completing a book on the ethics and aesthetics of Black and mixed-race intellectuals in Britain, Canada and the United States.
Black devils, white saints & mixed-race femme fatales: Philippa Schuyler and the winds of change. Critical Arts: A Journal of South-North Cultural Studies 25.3 (2011).
Sex and Race in the Black Atlantic: Mulatto Devils and Multiracial Messiahs. New York: Routledge, 2009.
Lennox Lewis and Black Atlantic politics: The hard sell. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 33.1 (2009): 275-298.
Ushering children away from a ‘light grey world’: Dr. Daniel Hill and his pursuit of a respectable Black Canadian community. Ontario History, 99.1 (2007): 96-106.
American demands, African treasures, Mixed possibilities. Canadian Review of American Studies, 36.2 (2006): 181-193 [Reprinted in The African Diaspora Archaeology Journal 4 (2006): 52-68.]
Finding a home while crossing boundaries: Black identities in Halifax and Liverpool. International Journal of Canadian Studies, 31.1 (2006): 197-235.
Afro(Americo)centricity in Black (American) Nova Scotia. Canadian Review of American Studies, 35.1 (2005): 57-85.
More information can be found at: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/sacs/staff/profile/daniel.mcneil