Moore's primary interests are in literary interactions in the Black Atlantic
world, notably Africa, the Caribbean and African America. At the center of his research
are the concepts of ethnicity, transnationality and hybridization. Significant interests
also include comparative literature, cultural theory and globalization. 

He has published widely in places such as Diaspora, Research in African Literatures,
PMLA, Callaloo, Genre, the Journal of Anthropological Research, the Slavic and East
European Journal, Resources for American Literary Study, Transition, and the Accounting,
Auditing and Accountability Journal and Accounting, Organizations and Society. Martin
Bernal's Black Athena Writes Back, edited by Moore, appeared in 2001. 

EDUCATION: B.A., Brown University Rotary Foundation graduate scholar, Universite de
Dakar, Senegal Ph.D., Duke University 

Moore has been teaching at Macalester since 1995. 



The Bessie Head—Langston Hughes Correspondence, 1960–1961, Research in African Literatures (2010)


Review of Follow Your Heart, by Prabashini Moodley, African Book Publishing Record (2010)


Review of The Steve Biko Memorial Lectures, 2000-2008, African Book Publishing Record (2010)


Contributions to Books


Langston Hughes and His World, The Cambridge History of American Poetry (2014)


The Black Atlantic, The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought (2010)

Is the Post- in Postcolonial the Post- in Post-Soviet?: Toward a Global Postcolonial Critique, Postcolonialisms: An Anthology of Cultural Theory and Criticism (2005)