Articles by

Grégory Pierrot

Grégory Pierrot teaches African American literature at the University of Connecticut.


We wear the masks

Marking the end of Black History Month in the US is as good a reason as any to look back on HBO’s Watchmen, and how it put unsung elements of black history into mainstream US culture.

Ghetto defendants

If the French now have regular, public discussions about race—however awkwardly or appallingly—we owe it in no small part to national team players like Jean Tigana, Lilian Thuram and Patrice Evra.