Stuart Hall obituaries and tributes

NLR vanThere is an obituary in The Guardian, and Couze Venn has written a piece for the TCS website. Jeremy Gilbert has  written a piece for Open Democracy; and one at Red Pepper. Tariq Ali has a piece in The Guardian, as does Stuart Jeffries. McKenzie Wark has a piece at Public Seminar; Robin Blackburn at the Verso blog – with a list of links and recommended reading – and there is a piece in The Voice, and at the BFI website.

His last editorial for Soundings is available here. Tendance Coatesy has a piece here. Birkbeck Psychosocial Studies have a tribute; and Gary Younge has a piece here. Hatful of History has a long excerpt from an unpublished piece discussing his work. Though written before his death, there is a good overview of his career and work by Roger Blomley at Ceasefire. Ben Carrington has a piece here.

The University of Birmingham have a piece here. Lawrence Grossberg has a moving tribute at Truth-out. Les Back and Nirmal Puwar have pieces at Open Democracy.

BBC radio Thinking Aloud programme on Hall’s work.

In memory of Stuart Hall: a special programme paying tribute to the leading cultural theorist and former director of the Birmingham Centre for Cultural Studies. A pioneer of ‘multiculturalism’, he documented the changing character of ‘post Imperial’ British society. Laurie Taylor is joined by Caspar Melville, Lecturer in Global Creative and Cultural Industries at SOAS, Baroness Lola Young and Jeremy Gilbert, editor of the journal, New Formations. They explore Stuart Hall’s life, influence and legacy.

ABC Radio on his legacy; Les Back & Mónica Moreno Figueroa at the TCS open site; Bruce Robbins at Al Jazeera America; Nick Beech at the TCS open site. Pieces from Centre of Cultural Studies Research at the University of East London) and in German at science.orf.at; Hilary Wainwright at Jacobin; and the European Cultural Foundation’s website. Discover Society has a good piece about political tensions at Birmingham.

Some more links here. I’ve been updating this post as I see new links. Please add additional ones in comments – thanks for ones already incorporated.

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18 Responses to Stuart Hall obituaries and tributes

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  11. Posthuman Remains says:

    Recently posted tribute from the Centre for Cultural Studies Research at the University of East London http://culturalstudiesresearch.org/?p=1432#more-1432

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  13. Mica Nava says:

    See also http://culturalstudiesresearch.org/?p=1432#more-1432 (from Centre of Cultural Studies Research at the University of East London) and http://science.orf.at/stories/1733291/ (from Austria).

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