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Publications

Articles

Henry, W, A. (forthcoming 2015) ‘Griots, Rappers & Deejays’; ‘Reggae’; ‘Sociological Research Methodologies’; ‘Rastafarianism’; ‘Schooling vs Education UK/US Cultural Similitude’; (in) Shujaa, M.J. & Shujaa, K.J. (Eds). Encyclopedia of African Cultural Heritage in North America. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications.
Henry, W, A. (2012) ‘Reggae, Rasta and the role of the deejay in the Black British Experience’ (in) Contemporary British History (J) Vol 26. No 3. pp 33.

Henry, W. A. (2002) ’Crucial Robbie’, p; 84. ‘Jah Shaka’, p. 155; ‘Lovers Rock’, p. 185; ‘Macka B’, pp 189-190; ‘Mad Professor’, p. 190; ‘Music’, pp. 204-207; ‘Sound System Deejays’, pp. 286-287. (in) Donnell, A. (ed) Companion To Contemporary Black British Culture, London: Routledge. Henry, W. A. (2002) ’Crucial Robbie’, p; 84. ‘Jah Shaka’, p. 155; ‘Lovers Rock’, p. 185; ‘Macka B’, pp 189-190; ‘Mad Professor’, p. 190; ‘Music’, pp. 204-207; ‘Sound System Deejays’, pp. 286-287. (in) Donnell, A. (ed) Companion To Contemporary Black British Culture, London: Routledge.

Henry, W, A. (2002) ‘Projecting The Natural: Language And Citizenship In Outernational Culture’, Critical Urban Studies: Occasional Papers, London: Centre For Urban And Community Research, Goldsmiths College. pp 28.

 
Chapters in books
 
Henry, W, A. (2015) ‘Reggae, Rasta and the role of the deejay in the Black British Experience’ (in) Subcultures Network (eds), Youth Culture, Popular Music and the End of ‘Consensus’ in Post-War Britain, London: Routledge.
Henry, W, A. (forthcoming 2015) ‘Hip Hop, Dancehall & Gendered Masculinities’ (in) Montlouis, N. (ed)  Fanm se Chatenn, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Publishing, pp 12.

Henry, W, A. (2012) ‘Shades of consciousness: from Jamaica to the UK’ (in) Hall, R. (ed) The Melanin Millennium: Skin Color as the 21st Century International Discourse, Michigan, USA: Springer, pp. 18.

Henry, W, A. (2010) ‘Conceptualisation and effects of social exclusion, racism and discrimination and coping strategies of individuals and families’ (in) Hylton, C. & Ochieng, B. (eds) Black Families in Britain as the Site of Struggle, Manchester University Press. pp 169-187.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. (2005) ‘Echo chamber: dialogue with William (Lez) Henry’ (in) Beckford, R. Jesus Dub: Theology, Music and Social Change, London: Routledge. pp 101-112.

Henry, W, A. (2005) ‘Projecting The Natural: Language, Citizenship and Representation In Outernational Culture’ (in) Besson, J. and Olwig, K. F. (eds) Caribbean Narratives of Belonging: Fields Of Relations, Sites of Identity, London: Macmillan Press Ltd. pp 280-297.

Henry, W, A. (2005) ‘British Deejay Culture – a Voice of the ‘the Voiceless’ Black Inner-city Youth’ (in) Anderson, M. Lithman, Y, G. & Sernhede, O. (eds) Youth, Otherness and the Plural City: Modes of belonging and Social Life, Göteborg, Sweden: Daidalos. pp 321-343.

Henry, W, A. & Back, L. (2003) ‘‘Chatting For Change!’ interview with William (Lez) Henry’, (in) Back, L. & Bull, M. (eds) The Auditory Cultures Reader, Oxford: Berg. pp 435-449.

 
Books
 
Henry, W, A. (2012) Carry-Beyond Reflections: an audiography by Lezlee Lyrix, London: Learning By Choice Publications.
Henry, W, A. (2012) The Uncanny Candroids by Carib Ian (pseudonym) London: Learning By Choice Publications.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. (2007) Whiteness Made Simple: stepping into the GREY zone, London: Learning By Choice Publications.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. (2006) What The Deejay Said: A Critique From The Street!, London: Learning By Choice Publications.
 
  
News paper articles
 

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. 10th August 2011, ‘The pack mentality and the London riots’, Daily Mirror: UK, page 8.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. 4th February 2010, ‘Getting to the bottom of style: a lowering of trousers equals low esteem’, New Nation: London, page 8.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’.  14th January 2008, ‘Essence of Blackness’, New Nation: London, page 8.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. 9th October 2006, ‘I’m fed up with Black Underachievement’, New Nation: London, page 6.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. 14th March 2005, ‘From Sound System to sociologist’, New Nation: London, pp 6 & 7.

Henry, W, ‘Lez’. 29th April 2001, ‘My lyrics must suit my children’, interview with Basil Walters (in) The Sunday Observer, page 11. Vol 7 No 19, Jamaica.

 

 

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