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Stuart Hall : conversations, projects and legacies

Author: Julian Henriques; David Morley; Vana Goblot
Publisher: London : Goldsmiths Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts : Distributed by the MIT Press, [2017] 2017.
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"Stuart Hall: conversations, projects and legacies examines the career of the cultural studies pioneer, investigating his influence and revealing lesser-known facets of his work. This collection of essays and photographs evaluates the legacies of his particular brand of cultural studies and demonstrates how other scholars and activists have utilised his thinking in their own research."--Jacket.
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Named Person: Stuart Hall; Stuart Hall; Stuart Hall
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Henriques; David Morley; Vana Goblot
ISBN: 9781906897475 1906897476 9781906897505 1906897506
OCLC Number: 978286331
Description: 322 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Part I. Cultural studies: multiple legacies --
The red plot / Bill Schwarz --
Stuart Hall redux: his early work, 1964-1984 / James Curran --
The politics of theory and method in cultrual studies / David Morley --
Stuart Hall and the fate of welfare in neoliberal times / Angela McRobbie --
Part II. The politics of conjuncture --
Doing the dirty work: the challenges of conjunctural analysis / John Clarke --
The soundings conjuncture projects: the challenge right now / Doreen Massey --
The politics of conjuncture: the Stuart Hall projects --
outcomes and impacts / David Edgar --
Stuart Hall and the early new left / Michael Rustin --
Wrestling with the angels of cultural studies / Lawrence Grossberg --
Race, immigration and the present conjuncture / Tony Jefferson --
Part III. Identities and the redefinition of politics --
Sonic identities and conjunctues of listening / Julian Henriques --
Remembering sex and identity in the 1960s and 1970s / Frank Mort --
The labour of identity: 'a world at one with itself' / Charlotte Brunsdon --
The uses of Stuart Hall / Caspar Melville --
Part IV. Policy, practice and creativity --
Reflecting and remembering the work of Stuart Hall / Avtar Brah --
Policy, politics, practice and theory / Lola Young --
The partisan's prophecy: Handsworth Songs and its private partners / John Akomfrah --
The historical conditions of existence: on Stuart Hall and the photographic moment / Mark Sealy --
Part V. the international expansion and extension of cultural studies --
Home and away: cultural studies as displacement / Dick Hebdige --
Stuart Hall, Brazil and the cultrual logics of diaspora / Liv Sovik --
Stuart Hall and the inter-Asia cultural studies project / Kuan-Hsing Chen --
Mediterranean archives, sounds and cultural studies / Iain Chambers --
Part VI. The intellectual legacies of policing the crisis --
Policing the crisis today / Angela Y. Davis --
Part VII. Biographies and institutional histories --
Back in the CCCS: a photoessay / Mahasiddhi)Roy Peters), with notes by Bob Lumley --
Afterword / Catherine Hall.
Responsibility: edited by Julian Henriques & David Morley with Vana Goblot.

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This posthumous Festschrift underscores how Hall's work will continue to inspire new conversations, debates and lines of enquiry into the future.-Ashleigh McFeeters, LSE Review of Books

 
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