Stuart Hall

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John Akomfrah on Stuart Hall: ‘When I first read him, I thought he was white’
The artist is revisiting his three-screen film about the legendary thinker and activist, which takes in jazz, Vietnam, and the family trauma that haunted Hall

Colin Grant

16, May, 2022 @11:55 AM

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This week in audio: Fat Leonard; Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera; Afterwords: Stuart Hall
The man at the centre of a vast US navy scandal confesses all; the human cost of reality TV; and in praise of the superstar intellectual

Miranda Sawyer

04, Dec, 2021 @5:00 PM

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Rightwing culture warriors do not define Britishness | Letters
Letters: Readers respond to Kojo Koram’s article about the Tory preoccupation with dictating our national story


18, Aug, 2021 @4:58 PM

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Here’s what the right gets wrong about culture: it’s not fixed, it’s a living thing | Kojo Koram
The Tories see culture as something that needs to be protected, but it’s a shifting landscape transformed by each generation, says Kojo Karam of Birkbeck College

Kojo Koram

16, Aug, 2021 @6:00 AM

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The last humanist: how Paul Gilroy became the most vital guide to our age of crisis
The long read: As one of Britain’s most influential scholars, Gilroy has spent a lifetime trying to convince people to take race and racism seriously. Is Britain finally ready to listen?

Yohann Koshy

05, Aug, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Top 10 books about the Windrush generation | Louise Hare
These stories of struggle and hope by authors from Andrea Levy to Stuart Hall and Jay Bernard are much more than historical tales

Louise Hare

11, Mar, 2020 @10:30 AM

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Familiar Stranger by Stuart Hall review – self-portrait of the British left’s most significant intellect
Stuart Hall’s autobiographical essays trace the undiminishing tugs of Britain and Jamaica on 60 years of scholarship

Tim Adams

02, Apr, 2017 @5:29 AM

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Stuart Hall remembered by David Lammy
MP David Lammy on the cultural theorist’s intellectual rigour and authority, his early influence on his ideas via the Open University and their subsequent friendship

David Lammy

21, Dec, 2014 @9:00 AM

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