The Department of Media and Communications, Visual Cultures, Sociology, Music and Centres for Cultural Studies and Research Architecture celebrate Stuart Hall (3 February 1932–10 February 2014) as a critical influence on our work. A uniquely gifted teacher, cultural analyst and public intellectual, Stuart Hall was internationally recognised as the leading figure in the field of cultural studies. His work has become canonical in the study of media representations, audiences, cultural theory, post-colonialism, subcultures and the studies of identity, ethnicity, ‘race’ and diaspora.
“Identity is an ever-unfinished conversation”
Professor Stuart Hall
Come and join us for a week of inspiring and celebratory events culminating in a keynote speech from the American political activist and scholar Professor Angela Davis on Friday 28th November at the Stuart Hall International Conference, from 9:15am and live streaming:
The conference will be screened in LG01 PSH (Professor Stuart Hall building) and Screen 1 MRB (Media Research Building).
You can find further information on all events during 24th - 28th November here
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