Jeffrey Q. McCune, Jr.
Campus Box 1078
Research interests include popular culture; masculinity; critical/race/gender/sexuality theory; performance studies; queer theory; contemporary African-American Literature, Culture and Media communication.
Sexual Discretion: Black Masculinity and the Politics of Passing, forthcoming 2014 - University of Chicago Press
"A Good Black Manhood is Hard to Find: Toward a Transgressive Reading Practice." Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men (2012) 121-140.
"Out' in Da Club: The Down Low, Hip-Hop, and the Architexture of Black Masculinity." Text and Performance Quarterly (2008) 298-314.
"Transformance: Reading the Gospel in Drag." Journal of Homosexuality (2004) 151-167.
Beta Omicron Distinguished Alumni, Cornell College, 2009-2010
University of Maryland General Research Book Support Award, 2008-2009
University of Maryland General Research Board Summer Award, 2008.