PROFESSOR AND ASSOCIATE CHAIR OF PERFORMANCE STUDIES, PROFESSOR OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Fred Moten is Professor in the Departments of Performance Studies and Comparative Literature, where he teaches courses in black study, poetics and critical theory. He works with lots of social and aesthetic study groups including Stefano Harney & Fred Moten, the Black Arts Movement School Modality, Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, the Center for Convivial Research and Autonomy, Moved by the Motion, the Institute of Physical Sociality and the Harris/Moten Quartet.
“Afterword: Notes on Professor Martin Luther Kilson's Work (with Stefano Harney), Martin Kilson, A Black
Intellectual’s Odyssey: From a Pennsylvania Milltown to the Ivy League, Duke University Press, 2021, 161-72.
Moten/Cleaver/Lopez (with Gerald Cleaver and Brandon Lopez), Reading Group Records, RG 23, 2021.
“Respirer. À terre./Breathe. Ground.” trans. Claire Le Breton, Wu Tsang, The Show is Over, Lafayette
Anticipations, 2021, 106-11.
All Incomplete (with Stefano Harney), Minor Compositions/Autonomedia, 2021,
“Soul Looks Back,” Jeanne Heuving, ed. Nathaniel Mackey, Destination Out: Essays on His Work,
University of Iowa Press, 2021, 205-22.
“Is Alone Together How It Feels to be Free? Ummm.” Interim 37:3/4, Winter 2021,