Category Archives: Stuart Hall

Angela Davis to return to UCLA

Forty-five years after her one and only lecture at UCLA, Angela Davis returns. Full story (with some discussion of Stuart Hall’s legacy too) here: Fortunately, Professor Davis returns to UCLA as our Regents Professor and Lecturer this spring (2014), where she will … Continue reading

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Essays by and on Stuart Hall – open access from Cultural Studies

A number of essays by or on Stuart Hall have been made open access by Taylor & Francis – available here. They are mainly taken from Cultural Studies: Articles about Stuart Hall Claire Alexander, Stuart Hall and ‘race’, Cultural Studies Michael Keith, Urbanism … Continue reading

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BBC radio Thinking Aloud programme on Stuart Hall

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 … Continue reading

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Stuart Hall obituaries and tributes

There 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, … Continue reading

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Stuart Hall – Culture and Power interview from 1997 in RP now open access

Radical Philosophy have made a 1997 interview with Stuart Hall, “Culture and Power” available open access.

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The Stuart Hall project – film out this week

Highly acclaimed at this year’s Sundance and Sheffield Documentary festivals, the new film from award-winning documentarian John Akomfrah (The Nine Muses) is a sensitive, emotionally charged portrait of cultural theorist Stuart Hall. A founding figure of contemporary cultural studies – … Continue reading

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After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto

Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin launch the Kilburn Manifesto. Stuart Hall explains the purpose in The Guardian; and the first chapter can be downloaded here. Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its  political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. … Continue reading

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Stuart Hall at 80

Interesting interview in the New Statesman – Englishness, the new Left, Gramsci, Labour, neoliberalism, etc. Thanks to Chathan Vemuri for the link.

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Lego Social Theory

More Lego Social Theory – here. Thanks to Ben R for the link – Anthony Giddens, Angela McRobbie and Stuart Hall. The original figures of Foucault, Butler, Giddens and McRobbie are here.

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Stuart Hall interview

In The Guardian: The examples of this are everywhere, but take as the most pressing the case of the NHS. “How can millions of people have benefited from the NHS and not be on the streets to defend it? Come … Continue reading

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