- American Literature (poetry, novel, theatre)
- African American Literature (field of expertise)
Dr. Marcoux’s research focuses on the cross-fertilizations between Black music, literature, especially poetry, and social movements. His research is also concerned with the literary foundations and forefathers of these movements, which has led to articles on Langton Hughes. He is deeply invested in studies on the "New" Black Poetry of the 1960s. He has produced books chapters (to be published) on Sonia Sanchez and Amiri Baraka. He is currently working on a literary history of the Umbra poets. His other research interests include the literary counterculture in the U.S. (1945-1970), and experimental poetry.
Some Other Blues: New Perspectives on Amiri Baraka. Ed. Sous contrat à Ohio State UP. Publication 2020.
The Umbra Galaxy. Two volumes. Tonya Foster, David Grundy, Jean-Philippe Marcoux, eds. Under contract at Wesleyan University Press. Publication 2023.
Jazz Griots: Music as History in the 1960s African American Poem. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, Inc., 2012.
Articles et chapitres de livres:
"Did You Hear What They Said?: The Symbology of Mass Media in David Henderson’s “They Are Killing All the Young Men.” Journal of Foreign Language and Culture. 2.1 (June 2018): 37-55.
“Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones).” Oxford Bibliographies in American Literature. Ed. Jackson Bryer. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
“Teaching Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman Using the Matrix of the Black Vernacular Culture.” Approaches to Teaching Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman. Eds. Matthew Calihman, Gerald Early. Modern Language Association, 2018. 140-146.
“Invocations and Evocations: The Influence of Gwendolyn Brooks and Margaret Walker on the Black Arts poetry of Sonia Sanchez and Carolyn M. Rodgers.” The Journal of Ethnic American Literature, Issue 7 (2017): 63-106.
“To Night the Ensilenced Word”: Intervocality and Postmemorial Representation in the Graphic Novel about the Holocaust.” Visualizing Jewish Narrative: Essays on Jewish Comics and Graphic Novels. Ed. Derek Parker Royal. New York : Bloomsbury, 2016. 199-212.
“Rituals, Ceremonials, and Riots: The Multi-Functionality of Rhythm and Blues and Soul as Generational Music in David Henderson's Early Poetry.” MELUS 40.1 (2015): 27-51.
“You Say You Want a Revolution:” Sonia Sanchez’s It’s a New Day: Poems for Young Brothas and Sistuhs and Black Nationalist Didacticism.” Nationalism(s) and Cultural Memory in Texts of Childhood. Eds. Lorna Hutchinson, Heather Snell. New York: Routledge, 2014. 103-124.
Intérêts de recherche
- Littérature afro-américaine/African American Literature
- Jazz poetry: Umbra, Black Arts Movement
- Counter-cultural Literature of the 1950s and 1960s in the U.S.
- Postmodern novel and poetry
- Études culturelles/Cultural studies
- English Literature